- May 17, 2013
YOu should not look at the dot of a laser 10mW and up within a range of 10mI did not understand you entirely.
With a 50-80 mW laser I cannot look at the spot (the blue dot in the wall)?
Direct reflection and direct beam I understand.
You should not look at the dot generated by a 700mW laser hitting a matte surface within 50m
so As long as you keep the laser dot out of your peripheral vision and all you can see is the illumination caused by the laser hitting the rough surface and the the light ray scattering giving you a diffused reflection. It'll be fine
2 parts of a laser you have to be wary off and NEVER LOOK INTO.
The beam (don't look into the beam)
The spot (don't let it hit reflective surfaces unintentionally and don't look at the dot as according to the surface and ppwer