Go green and cut through it all with this powerful wide laser beam. Consumes a whopping 250 mA so only one can be used per USB-microDig or WiDig.
- Use as trigger/control beam together with a ReachCloseD sensor and a Flash sensor like in the above Laserharp example.
- Create a virtual cage for dancers. Or detect intruder, visitor, dog, cat, mouse .... movements.
- Make every move count and add a TapTiled floor, some MoveOn and/or ReachClose sensors. You might need to rethink your choreography.
||1.0 (May 2018)|
||laser LED (ROhm RLD80E30)|
||532 nm (green light)|
||at least 20 m|
||16 mm (max) at 5 m distance and 25 ℃|
||30 - 50 mW (safety class IIIb)|
||3.6 - 5 V DC, 250 mA|
||22 mm (0.87 inch) diameter x 70 mm (2.8 inch) long|
||45 g (1.6 oz), incl. cable|
||0.5 m (20 inch), unshielded, red wire = power, black wire = ground, maximum extension ? m (? ft)|
||male plug with 3 pins in a row spaced 2.54 mm (0.100 inch)|
- Our EditorX software allows you to configure the digitizer to control multiple actuators simultaneously with on/off as well as PWM signals.
- Our Link software allows you to multiple actuators simultaneously with on/off signals.
- Given the SeeLaser-GreenWide's high current consumption, use only one per USB-microdig or WiDig !
- Can be powered directly by the 5V power of any digitizer but if you want to control it with the USB-microDig or WiDig actuator outputs (top row of the connector for sensors and actuators), a circuit needs to be added in order to switch the current on/off.
- Without heatsink to cool the laser it may turn itself off after 4 - 8 hrs to prevent from overheating.
- Caution ! Never point the beam at the eye, stare into the beam nor look at the beam through a microscope or other lenses. Inform yourself about laser safety.