80% More efficient

than the old 500 mW laser

Laser against bird problems at airports, fish farming, farms, barley, fruit and berries and other locations with bird problems. All our lasers are environmentally friendly and harmless to humans and animals without harmful radiation. Our new adjustable 800-1600mW@diode laser module is classified as 3b/4 depending on the calibrated out power, the laser diode itself is class 4 but the power lost through the lens and expansion of the beam gives an effect of around 500-1000mW@1 meter. We have measured temperatures on the laser spot at a distance of one meter with a thermal camera which shows no effect on temperature rise, this makes it almost impossible to cause eye damage, but glare is still a problem that must be taken into account during use. Even if the safety is better than expected, the laser precautions should be followed.

800-1600mW@diode = Laser effect from internal diode

500-1000mW@1meter = Laser effect from laser/camera housing

In comparison, the old laser which has the designation 500mW has an output power of around 200mW.

In marine environments with reflective water surfaces that absorb 50% of the laser beam, it is necessary to increase the laser power accordingly and during installation, the laser's area of use is adapted by calibrating and measuring the power from the laser/camera housing (500-1000mW@1 meter). A car on wet asphalt provides a good comparison where the ratio is roughly the same with around 50% reduced light effect.

The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority has conducted a study on reported eye injuries over a period from 1999 to 2012 which shows that eye injuries occur from exposure to concentrated laser beams typically with a diameter of around 1-2 mm at a distance of less than 1 meter, this type of laser can burn through clothing, skin and other materials. In our expanded laser spot of 50 mm there are no intense beams of this type.


Lasers have proven to be incredibly effective against geese and swans, our own trials and feedback from users show that after 3-5 removals, the geese will perceive the area as unsafe and settle in nearby areas. In this way, the geese can be herded to areas where they do not damage crops or recreational areas. This makes it possible for damage to be avoided and for the geese to stay in areas where they avoid being chased away. Several municipalities no longer allow damage reduction and recommend laser instead.



Tests we have carried out in aquaculture facilities and factory rooftops shows that our new 1000mW@1meter laser also gets rid of seagulls, with the old laser of 500mW@diode seagulls responded poorly, this especially applies in aquaculture facilities and waste facilities where there is food in the picture. 



Problem birds such as starlings and crows are easily kept away from breeding facilities with BIRDLASER STANDARD 1000mW@1meter.


We are approved as an importer by the Directorate for Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (DSS).