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TPO Green Laser Pointer with Mounting Bracket

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  • The Optics Future Green Laser Pointer is bright enough to point out stars and constellations at night.
  • Includes a vixen shoe mounting bracket for attaching to your finder base.
  • FDA Safety Class: IIIa.
  • (Batteries are not supplied.)

Product Details

  • The TPO laser pointer has high output and is of excellent quality. This green astronomy laser is guaranteed to be at least 4 mW, producing a bright and enduring beam that can be seen up to 10,000 feet in the right conditions.

    This can be used for pointing to anything in the night sky and, of course, as a general instruction tool for outreach events. Being a 532 nm laser, this is an extremely bright laser and much more sensitive to the human eye because of the green color. Similar red lasers with wavelengths such as 670 nm and comparable power output are significantly less visible by comparison.

    Adjustable Laser Pointer Bracket

    If you'd like to incorporate this laser pointer into your telescope system, the included mounting bracket will be perfect. This metal, double-ring laser bracket is durable and sturdy to ensure there's nothing interfering with your targeting.

    The base of the bracket has a drilled 1/4-inch 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, making it easy to adjust 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.

    TPO Green Laser Pointer Specifications

    • Output Power: Guaranteed 4-5 mW.
    • Wavelength: 532 nm.
    • Dimensions: 5.85 x 0.54-inches.
    • Weight: 0.21-pounds.
    • Beam Divergence: 1.0 mrRad.
    • Range: 10,000 feet in darkness.
    • Beam Diameter at Source: 1.1 mm.
    • Output Variance: 10% after 20 minutes.
    • Operating Lifetime: 3000 to 5000 hours.
    • FDA Safety Class: IIIa.
    • (Batteries are not supplied.)

    Safety Advisory

    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.

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    • The Optics Future Green Laser Pointer is bright enough to point out stars and constellations at night.
    • Includes a vixen shoe mounting bracket for attaching to your finder base.
    • FDA Safety Class: IIIa.
    • (Batteries are not supplied.)

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    TT
    08/07/2020
    Timothy T.
    United States United States
    Good enough but

    I bought both this one and the ADM. the ADM is better. This laser is a little weak and there is no way to simply turn the laser on and leave it on while adjusting Alt-Azi. I taped the small ring that comes with it to the laser and it works well enough, but the design of the AMD includes a dedicated adjustable screw for this purpose in the rings, which works very well. The one really good thing with this setup is the base, which fits all standard mini-***** style attachment plates. The AMD base is flat and in one version comes with a standard *****- dovetail dual use attachment clamp. If this model incorporated a threaded hole in the rings for a fourth screw to control the laser like the AMD rings it would be ideal. I plan to drill such a hole since it is otherwise ideal for my purposes.

    LH
    04/22/2020
    Linda H.
    United States United States
    Laser is not that useful

    I know what this is supposed to do. I did not find it that helpful.

    EH
    02/20/2020
    Edwin H.
    United States United States
    Very useful

    It was very easy to align and creates a beam that makes it easy to point the telescope at the desired target.