Application of green laser


Green lasers are usually the best choice for printed circuit boards, electronic components, computer chips, foils, magnetic cards and sensitive electronic products.

Green lasers are usually the best choice for printed circuit boards, electronic components, computer chips, foils, magnetic cards and sensitive electronic products. Transparent materials or materials with certain colors that cannot be marked with a traditional 1064 nm wavelength laser (fiber laser) can usually be marked with a Green laser. A green laser is basically a diode laser that uses a shorter wavelength of emitted light (green light spectrum). The wavelength can be halved (532nm), so that materials that are difficult to mark with standard infrared light (1064nm) can be marked. By increasing the frequency, shorter wavelengths (UV range) can be generated.

What are the advantages of a green laser

1. Excellent performance stability
2. Perfect integration with production line
3. Suitable for all kinds of labels
4. The best distribution of energy in the emitted red laser pointer beam
5. Excellent laser beam quality
6. High performance of 532nm in the entire frequency range of the Q switch

The problem with the high power laser pointer (private use) used to point to the stars. In Germany, only Class 1 and Class 2 lasers can be distributed and sold. Does Germany allow private use of laser level 3 (green) laser pointers to point at stars, or is it a criminal offence? If you only point this laser at the sky, you should not endanger or hurt anyone. So do you need to pay attention to aircraft flying at a cruising altitude of approximately 10,000 m? How powerful can such a level 3 laser be used to show off the starry sky in private? My main concern is legal protection.