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Laser emitted light can be hazardous for eyesight even if the laser power is low. Laser radiation can affect or injure the retina and/or the cornea. Working with laser requires additional safety in order to avoid eye injuries. EKSMA offers two different kinds of laser safety eye-wear in two different styles: spectacles and ...
  • Wavelength Range: 190 - 534 nm
  • Optical Density (Log Scale): 6.5 
  • Second Wavelength Range: 850 1070
  • Optical Density (Second Wavelength Range): > 5 
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Laser emitted light can be hazardous for eyesight even if the laser power is low. Laser radiation can affect injury for retina and cornea. Working with laser requires additional safety in order to avoid eyes damage. EKSMA OPTICS offers two different kinds of laser safety eyewear in two different styles: spectacles and goggles. The ...
  • Wavelength Range: 190 - 534 nm
  • Optical Density (Log Scale):
  • Second Wavelength Range: 720 - 1064 nm
  • Optical Density (Second Wavelength Range):
  • Third Wavelength Range: 740 - 1064 nm
  • ...
Data Sheet
Laser emitted light can be hazardous for eyesight even if the laser power is low. Laser radiation can affect injury for retina and cornea. Working with laser requires additional safety in order to avoid eyes damage. EKSMA OPTICS offers two different kinds of laser safety eyewear in two different styles: spectacles and goggles. The ...
  • Wavelength Range: 190 - 534 nm
  • Optical Density (Log Scale):
  • Second Wavelength Range: 720 - 1064 nm
  • Optical Density (Second Wavelength Range):
Data Sheet

Did You know?

Laser Safety Goggles are a must when working with Class IV lasers. The blink response of a human eye is 150-250ms, far longer than the amount of time required for a highly intense and focused laser beam to cause a serious and often a permanent damage to the cornea or retina. Even an indirect exposure to laser radiation through a reflection from a shiny surface may cause a serious damage. Laser Goggles exploit the limited wavelength range of the laser to filter out the laser light but allow ambient light to pass through. Thus it is important to choose the right goggle designed specifically for the particular laser. Also important to note that goggles may not protect from direct beam exposure. FindLight recommends wearing protective gear at all times while in the vicinity of an operating laser. Be safe!