Optics Future Green Laser Pointer with Bracket
Optics Future 4 - 5mW Green Laser Pointer with Optics Future Bracket
The OFU Green Laser is new and improved, with a high output and excellent quality. . This astronomy green laser is guaranteed to be at least 4mW for a bright and enduring beam that can be seen up to 10,000 feet in the right conditions.
This green laser pointer is a continuous output diode-pumped green laser. It can be used for pointing to an array of desired targets, such as stars (makes a great finder especially for outreach) and images on projection screens or video monitors. Our green laser pointer travels as far as 10,000 feet in darkness. A 532nm green laser is 30 times brighter and much more sensitive to the human eye than a 670nm red laser with comparable power output. Therefore, our Green Laser Pointer will be much easier to see than a red laser.
OFU Green Laser Pointer Specifications:
- Output Power: Guaranteed 4-5 mW
- Wavelength: 532nm
- Dimensions: 5.85" x 0.54"
- Weight: 0.21 lbs.
- Beam Divergence: 1.0 mrRad
- Battery : 2 x "AAA" Batteries, Included
- Range: 10,000 feet in darkness
- Beam Diameter at Source: 1.1mm
- Output Variance: 10% after 20 minutes
- Operating Lifetime: 3000 - 5000 hour
- FDA Safety Class: IIIa
WARNING!! Laser Pointers are not toys, even if they are fun to use! Do not look directly into the beam of any laser pointer and do not reflect it into a mirror and look directly at the image! Doing so may cause serious eye damage.
Adjustable Bracket for a Laser Pointer
If you have a laser pointer, and you'd like to use it on your telescope as a finder, this metal double-ring laser bracket should do the trick. The base of the bracket has a drilled 1/4" hole that will fit most telescope optical tube assemblies. You can make three-point adjustments to the alignment of the laser pointer with six knurled knobs that are over-sized to make it easy to manipulate them in the dark or with gloves on. The rings will accept most any laser pointer, and it can be quickly removed when your telescope is not in use so that you can use your laser pointer for other tasks.
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