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Paul Kolesar gave a very good presentation at the march plenary meeting on this issue. See:
In this presentation he expects the new levels for 850 nm to be -1.24 dBm. A 2.46 dB increase over today's limit .
Even more interesting, is the fact that they are anticipating a new category "Class 1M" with restrictions similar to Class 3A, that will allow levels up to +9.43 dBm.
But you bring up an interesting question in regards to the restricted launch conditions.
What will the test conditions be?
With the majority of the light going through the center of the exiting light cone, there could be a significant difference between a mathematical calculation assuming equal distribution over the cone and a practical measurement, measuring the maximum exposure through an aperture.
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From: Jonathan Thatcher [mailto:Jonathan.Thatcher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, June 09, 2000 11:06 AM
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Subject: Question on Laser Safety LimitsHas anyone built a chart that shows what the new laser safety limits are in dBm for 850 nm lasers (min lambda = 840?) as a function of the restricted launch condition?jonathan
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