Not sure what any measurements are. When setting it up I focused the lens down to the best spot I could get out at 60 feet and in practice that appears to have worked very well as it looks pretty tight at night pointing up or at a distant house. As far as power goes, I’ll just say that it is bright enough that I wasn’t comfortable using it as a presentation laser. Great looking beam at night or in a dim room.Whoa 488nm? Any idea on beam specs? Power output? That pen host is sweet. I might be interested in buying it
This is the best I could get using a really low exposure setting on my camera. I had never actually seen the box before so that was interesting. Normally the dot is bright enough that I don't see the box reflection. The following images were taken at approximately 2 feet, 6 feet, and 45 feet.@IssacT, do you have any pictures of the dot (preferably at varying distances)? I think I'm sold, pending some pics I've been spoiled by DPSS and gas lasers, I'm used to 0.8mm TEM00 gaussian intensity dots I haven't messed with boxy diode laser outputs since the A140/M140...
There is a thread floating around that has those numbers. As I recall it wasn’t a large amount which is why my primary concern was keeping a clean beam. Here is what DTR sent me in answer to my question:How much power did the acrylic rob over a G2 Paul?
“DTR” said:3. Between the 2E-G and the acrylic, which one eliminates artifacts/splash the best?
The 2E-G is really awesome on that diode. Cleans it up really well.