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    Default Laser Wavelenght : 904 Equivalence in Micrometer ?

    Jim and/or somebody knows to what corresponds 904 nm in micrometer ?

    This unit is able to detect .45 to 1.65 (mumeter) , my keyboard cannot show this litte ''m'' corectly.

    site of the unit , military , LRW , laser warning reciever. Thanks.

    http://www.lyrtech.com/military-aerospace/lwr.php

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    Default Re: Laser Wavelenght : 904 Equivalence in Micrometer ?

    Quote Originally Posted by 411radarlover
    Jim and/or somebody knows to what corresponds 904 nm in micrometer ?
    904nm = .904m

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    Here's a nice software for converting between all sorts of units. I use it all the time.

    http://joshmadison.net/software/convert/

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    Quote Originally Posted by compu44
    Here's a nice software for converting between all sorts of units. I use it all the time.

    http://joshmadison.net/software/convert/
    Ah that's the beauty of metric, you just slide the decimal point one way or the other.

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    904nm = .904m
    Thanks Jim , curiosity how do you write this little m , I have it on the M letter but cannot figure how :?

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    Utilisez le Table des caracteres...

    Demarrer -> Executer -> "charmap" (peut etre tu as ca dans "accessoires"?)

    μμμμμμμμμμ

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmaartAasSaabr
    Quote Originally Posted by compu44
    Here's a nice software for converting between all sorts of units. I use it all the time.

    http://joshmadison.net/software/convert/
    Ah that's the beauty of metric, you just slide the decimal point one way or the other.
    I suppose it is a lot easier when you look at it that way. Still, the only exposure anybody has around here to metric is highschool science class and buying drugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by compu44
    Still, the only exposure anybody has around here to metric is highschool science class and buying drugs.

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    Smart ,

    i learn sumthing ﺞﮎﺞﮎﺞﮎﺞﮎ merci charmap = table des caracteres :wink:

 

 

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