Is it just me or are these high powered laser diodes even eye safe?
Go to this link and it seems both of you guys are using Class 4 lasers! Please tell me I'm wrong! I hope I'm just an idiot.
Both the Drive-Smart and Anti-Laser units use a diode that is much much higher then 500mw. Can both of you guys explain to us how you guys can be using class one lasers with the defintion found in that link?E. Class 4 (Diffuse Reflection and Fire Hazard)
Class 4 lasers possess the same hazards as Class 3 lasers but, because of their increased beam power (greater than 500 mW), they may also cause injury to the eye when viewing a diffuse reflection. They may present a hazard to the skin and, because of their power density; they may also present a fire hazard. All Class 4 lasers require LURs.
Anything above class 1 can cause sever problems to the eyes.