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Old 07-04-2011, 11:21 AM #1
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So been playing with the 780nm wavelength its bout time i bought some safety glasses.

I cant really find and that will protect from the 780nm wave length.

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Default Re: 780nm Safety goggles...Where do you hide?

I got mine from dragonlasers (item LSG09). I am happy with them. So far, up to 300mW no problems. I use them when playing with 780nm and 808nm diodes. Good deal for 30 bucks.
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Default Re: 780nm Safety goggles...Where do you hide?

Here;s a link to the Dragonlasers LSG09 Laser Safety Goggles...

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^ Can't see your link but here it is. OD>3 @ 746-1097nm Laser Glasses - Infrared (IR) protection 740-1100nm :: Dragon Lasers
If you think you might try high powers greater than 500mW I wouldn't feel OD 3 is enough for me.
I would recommend testing the Dragon Laser Glasses yourself with a LPM. Don't want to take a risk with IR.

OEM glasses are pricey but they offer certified protection.
I looked through their options awhile ago for myself but I needed >800nm.
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Interesting, im considering the following as i plan to play with a whole bunch of IR diodes (780/808/980) would they be the best to get?

TRI - KTP, 808nm, 980nm, YAG [NR-TRI-EN207] - $168.00
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Hey piferal, how come you call my posting spam and yours is not?
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He was calling this deleted message spam.
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Sorry, I totally missed that
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Interesting, im considering the following as i plan to play with a whole bunch of IR diodes (780/808/980) would they be the best to get?

TRI - KTP, 808nm, 980nm, YAG [NR-TRI-EN207] - $168.00
Yes, this model is very good and is multi-wavelength, plus, certified EN207/208.

The only thing that not excites me, the VLT is only 26%, this will have to use that in a place with enough lighting.

Anyway I think this model is better because it covers your needs and also has a better VLT (36%), and is cheaper


CYN - Alexandrite, YAG [NR-CYN-EN207] - $129.50
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The laservision T68 filter has a 45% VLT, I have two of these: T68

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How much did the laservision T68 cost you?
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Yes, this model is very good and is multi-wavelength, plus, certified EN207/208.

The only thing that not excites me, the VLT is only 26%, this will have to use that in a place with enough lighting.

Anyway I think this model is better because it covers your needs and also has a better VLT (36%), and is cheaper


CYN - Alexandrite, YAG [NR-CYN-EN207] - $129.50
Yeah i agree, i ended up comparing all the graphs and actually bought the Alexandrite, YAG.

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