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It sounds like you might be using the power meter incorrectly. The power meter has a wavelength setting, but this only affects the calibration. It does not change the operation of the sensor. The wavelength setting is used to compensate for differences in the response of the sensor so you can get an accurate reading. For instance, most sensors have a peak ...


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However, when I measured the power output I noticed that it is higher at smaller wavelengths. That's what the theory says as well. and emits even more in the blue/violet range that in the red range.. Laser beam's power, among other factors, highly depends on the energy levels of the material's atoms' electrons: The shorter the wavelength, the higher the ...


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