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Pocket Laser Power Meter


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This is the latest portable laser power meter. It’s mini, fashion and accurate.

Size: 6.7 x 5 x 2 cm

Weight: 80g

Power range: 1mW – 9999mW

Sensor Area: Φ12mm

Spectral Range: 400nm~1024nm

Response Time:

90%: 5-15 seconds

100%: 25 seconds

Tolerance: ±3%

Lithium polymer battery is included, can continuous use for over 6 hrs. Charge by a USB cable.

 

Technical Info:

NamePocket Laser Power Meter
Size6.7 x 5 x 2 cm
Weight80g
Power SupplyBuilt-in Lithium polymer battery
Power Range1 mw – 9999 mW
Sensor AreaΦ12mm
Spectral Range400nm~1024nm
Response Time90%: 5-15 seconds
100%: 25 seconds
Tolerance±3%
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M.A.
Super nice mini pocket LPM ... Thank you laserpointerstore 👍

Super nice mini pocket LPM ... Thank you laserpointerstore 👍

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E.D.
Budget LPM

I'm very happy with my purchase. This "budget" laser power meter works great. I was a bit sceptic about this LPM because others on the web are very expensive but now, after testing it, it works and it's really accurate! Hope it will be durable for many years but the overall quality looks nice so i'm confident with this product.

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R.H.
This LPM can't be beat for the price!

It's very small. I got the one with the blue display. The display looks much better (clearer) in person than it does in the product photos. It seems like it has a little trouble reading in the 0-2 mW range, but everything above 3 mW seems to work fine. The box it shipped in will function nicely as a case. The thermopile is inset only a little bit, protecting it somewhat (I'd recommend future designs maybe inset it more or provide a removable dust cover) - this is better than every other design I've seen where the thermopile is just open to the elements.

You might want to be forewarned that the paperwork that came with the device cautions against using it on lasers more powerful than 5000 mW for more than a few seconds. I don't have any such lasers myself, but, if it takes longer to stabilize than it is safe to expose, it's probably not truly functional at those higher power levels. So, maybe, more realistically than 1 - 9999 mW, it should be spec'd at 3 - 5000 mW. Since there are fairly few lasers out there >5W, I don't think it really matters that much, though.

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T.C.
Tell you when it gets

Tell you when it gets here.

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A.K.
520nm green laser 100mw

520nm is very pretty, the power is as advertised