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Laser Hair Brush vs. Laser Pointer
Item Laser Hair Brush Red Laser Pointers
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   Price
Cost $495 USD $36 USD ($4 USD x 9)
Total Laser Power < 20 mW < 40 mW
Cost Per Laser Power
(USD / mW)
$25 $0.9
   Laser Part
Laser Wavelength Supplier's Specification: 655 nm
Lab. test:
650 nm
650 nm
Laser Power Output Qty of Laser: 9
Lab. test: 1.2~2.5mW/ laser
Total output power: < 20 mW
Original Specifications:
CLASS 3R PRODUCT
4.5 mW cw max.

Qty of Laser: 9
Lab. test: 2.5~4.9mW/ laser
Total output power: < 40 mW
Comply with FDA:
21CFR1040.10 and 21CFR1040.11
Quantity & Grade of Lasers 9 lasers w/ 1 control loop
Laser Diode: Unknown Grade
Temperature Rating: Unknown
9 lasers w/ 9 independent control loops
Laser Diode: Commercial Grade
Temperature Rating: 40 °C
Laser Emission Method Direct Irradiation
9 collimated laser beams that are neither converge nor diverge along theirs length, resulting in very small coverage area.
Direct Irradiation
9 collimated laser beams that are neither converge nor diverge along theirs length, resulting in very small coverage area.
   Effectiveness
Method of Treatment Comb;
What manufacturer said: move every 4 seconds
Direct Irradiation;
Bind all laser pointers together and irradiate the scalp.
Laser Effective Treatment Area < 0.6 cm²
(each Laser Beam Spot Size: 0.06 cm²)
< 0.6 cm²
(each Laser Beam Spot Size: 0.06 cm²)
   Safety & Verification
Laser Leakage Big Quantity w/ comb Loss of laser power from reflection and refraction. Generally, lasers lose 30%~50% power when reflected and refracted.
Depend on holding position
Loss of laser power from reflection and refraction. Generally, lasers lose 30%~50% power when reflected and refracted.
Power Supply Non-medical Grade un-insulated.
110V AC ~ 240V AC
auto switching

Batteries

           or     
Yes, K060305Download PDF File w/ Highlight
Classification Name:Infrared lamp per CFR 890.5500

Comply with FDA:
21CFR1040.10 and 21CFR1040.11