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What is the wattage equivalent for 1W green laser to blue?

Starpluck

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I am more interested in a bright, daytime-visible laser over the capacity to burn. I want to get the 3 or 4 watt blue laser (445nm) but am also contemplating a 520nm 1 watt green laser.

What should I purchase? I just want the most bright one.
 



Lifetime17

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Hi,
NDB7A75 diode with a driver set to 4A in a 25mm DTR copper module. End of story
Rich:)
 

Unown (WILD)

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I am more interested in a bright, daytime-visible laser over the capacity to burn. I want to get the 3 or 4 watt blue laser (445nm) but am also contemplating a 520nm 1 watt green laser.

What should I purchase? I just want the most bright one.
Can you please provide us with your age? Be honest
 

Alex2893

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Just get a 200 -300 mw 520nm. Awesome brightness, awesome beam visibility and awesome beam specs. Plus it won't burn everything it touches like a 6w blue would. It's like people don't realize how bright 300 me of green actually is. You don't need lasers above a watt for it to look impressive
 

gazer101

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go green all the way, wayy better than blue
yellow would be even better, but green will do for now
 

bostjan

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Wattage equivalent in what sense? 1 W is equivalent to 1 W, of course. Without telling us what you are asking, the answer is trivial.
 




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