- Jun 19, 2009
The Atlantis had a momentary on switch and an aperture cover...I say had because it no longer appears in the Nova catalog.
are you sure about momentary on?The Atlantis had a momentary on switch and an aperture cover...I say had because it no longer appears in the Nova catalog.
Hi Tony,I know that the human eye is most sensitive to green light. But I'm considering the relative intensities also. I suppose the graph does not.
I'd be very surprised if 500mW of 445nm "looks" dimmer than 75mW of 532nm.
Those high powered CO2 gas lasers operate in the deep IR spectrum. They are very far away from visible light and their wavelengths are measured in micro meters not nano meters. The human eye picks up literally nothing of that, you're right.Hi Tony,
Why would you be surprised?
10 Watts even 100 Watts of CO2 or IR "looks" dimmer than 1mw of 532nm.
The human eye response is not flat at all and 532nm is near the peak of the eye response while 445nm is right near the lower end of the response curve.
Thank you for your interest in the Atlantis-1 laser.
We are currently reviewing some details of the Atlantis-1 laser pre-order - we will answer your questions and inform you of current developments early next week.
See my post above ^ I preordered it about a week or 2 ago. They said they'd respond back with more information in a couple days.can we get some feedback from the people that have placed an order//preorder on the atlantis?
have you guys got a single response from the manufacturer?