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  LASER INTENSITY
  Posted by: old_user on Jul-23-08 2:04 PM (EST)
 

According to the package info, this light is not a threat physically to the eye at a distance of at least 10' and that's aimed directly into the eye. The Pilot more than likely will only see a point of light along that line, no more than from a bright red blub. This would most likely be a flickering/blinking light. Once the plane acknowledged (by maneuvers) that he saw the signal,I would presume it would stop. I am not familiar with any legal restrictions regarding a unit used as such. Good question, thanks.

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  • laser light signals - jakes1160 - Jul-18-08 9:09 PM
    • LASER INTENSITY - old_user - Jul-23-08 2:04 PM
      • Laser - jakes1160 - Jul-26-08 7:01 AM
      • lasers - jakes1160 - Jul-26-08 7:19 AM

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