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Home > Classifieds > Astromart Classifieds > Misc & Other Astronomy > Classified #166979

For Sale: *SOLD*Emerald Flash Green Laser Pen Unused $130 Shipped

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This is a new Emerald Flash green diode laser, the type
that works so nicely for pointing out stars, satellites,
etc. in the night sky. The beam is far more visible than
a red diode laser because of the eye's high sensitivity
to this wavelength. Great for pointing to constellations,
Messier objects, iridium flares, or tracing the ecliptic.
A wonderful teaching tool. This pointer has been used
only for 2 or 3 minutes to verify high brightness and
proper functioning. Here are the specs:

Model GLV5 SPECIFICATIONS

Output type - constant
Output Power - 5mW Class IIIa
Wavelength - 532 nm Green
Polarization - Linear (50:1)
Beam Dia. at Source - 1.1 mm
Output Variance - 10% after 20 min.
Beam Divergence - 1.2 mRad
Dimensions - 5.85 in. long, 0.54 in. dia.
Operating Lifetime - 3000 - 5000 hours
Range 9,500 ft (2800 m) in darkness
Batteries - 2 X AAA

This one is silver in color. Includes case, box,
and batteries.

Paypal is the preferred method of payment. Address
must be confirmed if using Paypal. US Postal money
order also acceptable. Price includes UPS shipping
in the lower 48 states. Other reasonable offers
considered. Thanks for looking.
 

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