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green laser

[¦grēn ¦lā·zər]
(optics)
A gas laser using mercury and argon to generate a green line at 5225 angstroms, corresponding to the wavelength that is most readily transmitted through seawater.
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The sight can be ordered in your choice of red or green laser, or (for the Ruger and S&W pistols) as a tactical light.
Due to market demand and customer requests, Crimson Trace decided to expand their product line to include green laser versions of their popular red laser models.
In continuous use, which is not ever very likely to happen, the red laser will last for 4 hours while the green laser can stay on continuously about half that time.
The Genesis is a very light (1.4 ounces), compact rail-mounted laser with green laser beam.
I didn't know much about the product at the time, but I quickly came to appreciate the green laser's range and versatility.
TWO RAF helicopter pilots yesterday told how they were blinded by a bright green laser as they came in to land at a hospital.
A TEENAGER who almost blinded a police helicopter pilot with a green laser as he hovered above a Birmingham suburb has avoided a custodial sentence.
A MAN has been arrested for endangering aircraft safety after apparently targeting a plane with a green laser light as it landed, police said yesterday.
A TEENAGER accused of shining a green laser light at two aircraft has had his case sent to crown court.
On Sunday (2 January) pilots of the United Airlines flight reported seeing a green laser beam shortly after takeoff.
The complete laser system includes the 3900S laser and a green laser pump source, such as the Spectra-Physics Millennia laser.
532 nm Green Laser Diode Modules are also available at 1 mW and 3 mW outputs.