You're doing it wrong^If I did my math right it's about a 2.05kW pulse peak power.
Yes I am sure it is 10msYou're doing it wrong
But for laser safety it is also important to know the repetition rate.
Sounds like a laser rangefinder, definately pulsed. Are you sure the pulse is 10 milliseconds long?
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I see. Got a question here. Does laser range finder usually comes with repetition? Or is it just shot of continuous ray? Because the switch to activate the laser is just a rocker switch. Until I release the rocker switch, it will continue to lase.It's 2.05W peak, but without the rep rate, the average power can only be guessed.
Hi thanks. I have clarified with the OEM. It is pulse. It doesn't keep pulsing even when the Rocker switch is hold on.
Some new info and some corrected info.
The pulse width is not 10ms, it is 10ns, nano seconds. My mistake in reading his hand writing.
And some new info, according to the German OEM, the repetition rate is 10 times to fire continuously, then got to rest a while for the laser unit to cool down before it can operate again..
Above info any useful?
(20.5*10^-3)/(10^10^-9)=2050000W = 2050kW = 2.05MW peakThen the pulse power is 2.05kW.