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Old 10-22-2009, 02:40 AM #1
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Default Any multi-wavelength glasses?

I realize this may sound ridiculous ..........

But are there any multi-wavelength glasses that protect against 405nm -> ~700nm that arent exotic in price?


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Default Re: Any multi-wavelength glasses?

i seen threads about this and usually some people will say , put a brick wall between you and the laser.

but ive thought about this and have tried to place goggles over goggles and they work.

for example i have a pair of anti green and anti BR goggles one over the other and it worked. one wavelegnth would pass through one pair only to get block by the other

might be a small project to get all anti red / green and BR and stack them together.
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Default Re: Any multi-wavelength glasses?

thanks for the reply. My concern is when working with green, red and br... and using several glasses on andd off while tuning; i know myself well enough to become lazy eventually switching them ..... hence the request if there were any certified glassed that at least covered 530nm-670nm or so
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Default Re: Any multi-wavelength glasses?

the ml7 glasses from oem laser systems are perfect for that and well worth the price..

http://store.oemlasersystems.com/ind...products_id=44

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Default Re: Any multi-wavelength glasses?

Ndrew do you have first hand experience using these?
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Default Re: Any multi-wavelength glasses?

sure do. i own a pair.. style 34 to be exact..
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Default Re: Any multi-wavelength glasses?

could you possibly give us a reading of each pertinent wavelegnth, 532nm, 405nm, 650nm , before and after the glasses?
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the ml7 glasses from oem laser systems are perfect for that and well worth the price..

ML7 - KTP, YAG, Red/IR Diode Protection ML7 Laser Protective Eyewear [NOR-ML7-00000] - $156.60
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could you possibly give us a reading of each pertinent wavelegnth, 532nm, 405nm, 650nm , before and after the glasses?
The spec shows good or sufficient protection at 405, 532 and 658. Not cheap though!
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could you possibly give us a reading of each pertinent wavelegnth, 532nm, 405nm, 650nm , before and after the glasses?
these glasses are already certified by us and canada standards. testing them would be kind of rhetorical...

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The spec shows good or sufficient protection at 405, 532 and 658. Not cheap though!
how much do you like your eyesight?

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Those are the exact same type that I use, only mine are style 38, 'cause I wear glasses. There is also a discount code, which is NOR200801. These are BY FAR the BEST CERTIFIED LASER GOGGLES I've found, & I don't have to be changing goggles each time I change lasers & am able to use multiple colored lasers with-out any worries. They also have side shields, so ya don't have to worry about reflections off some polished surface you weren't aware of, 'cause it was off to the side, & not where you were pointing your laser. I hope this add-on info. to what ndrew2505 already told you helps ya out some............rob
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Default Re: Any multi-wavelength glasses?

thanks everyone for the feedback!

I'm lazy at heart and know if I cut corners and buy 3 sets of cheaper glasses that are wavelength specific I WILL end up thinking I am safe and invite an accident.

A single set of glasses for ~$150 is a bargain given that the seeing-eye dog Ill need will cost significantly more the one time I got lazy and careless becuase i *thought* I knew nothing could happen. With 405, 532, 650 nm LD at ~200mw each I am willing to drop a few dollars to protect my eyes.

Funny thing is that if lasers affected the size of your genitalia (aka pecker) without protection... EVERY LAST GUY here would buy multiple glasses even if they didnt need them to protect the boys down under LMAO
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But make sure you have sufficient protection in the reds, since the ML7 only provides OD 1.5 in that wavelength range.
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...would buy multiple glasses even if they didnt need them to protect the boys down under...
the point of the ml7's is that you only need 1 pair. you can easily spend 150$ buying 3 seperate pairs of glasses for each wavelength...

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But make sure you have sufficient protection in the reds, since the ML7 only provides OD 1.5 in that wavelength range.
just dont shine them towards your face and youll be ok. the dot of a 250mw looks more like a 20-30mw...
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But make sure you have sufficient protection in the reds, since the ML7 only provides OD 1.5 in that wavelength range.
Indeed, it will not offer sufficient protection when working with powerful red lasers... then again its one of the most 'universal' solutions i've ever seen, having absorption bands at all common laser wavelengths except 473 dpss blue.

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That will work, but add a pair of anti-red and anti-IR glasses to the set and no light will pass.
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Yeah, I keep two pairs, an ML7 and one for reds. One thing nice about the ML7s is that it also covers the IR range, so whatever IR leakage may come from cheaper greens is also blocked. That was the main reason I got it.
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