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Old 03-09-2010, 12:17 PM #1
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Default Can I use laser goggles as sunglasses?

I have a set of Eagle pair multi wave goggles and want to know if I can use these for everyday use without any ill effects or endangering myself and others by doing so?

I have read and kind of understand the OD rating but don't understand how laser goggles actually block a given light. As I understand polarized sunglasses block a portion of all light ( accepting north/south and blocking east/west waves ). Is it possible to make a comparison on 2 different glasses like that?


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If you like the looks of them wear them ! there is no reason not to...
EDIT I stand corrected, Don't look directly at the sun with them you will suffer at minium a 58mW burn and I have seen 50mW of blu-ray smoke things, Thanks Jerry
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It has been shown... (measured on a Thermal Laser Power Meter)... that
the Noon sunlight (at my latitude) measured at 52mW on an 8mm X 8mm
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Your dark shaded Goggles would surely work in the Sun (but not to look directly
at the sun... those goggles don't cover the full spectrum of wavelengths
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(With welders goggles you could look at the sun)
Although I would think with those goggles you would look like a Nerd in public...

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Maybe I was thinking about that too much. Thanks Flaminpyro.
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I don't plan on looking at the sun laserbee. I was thinking more for driving etc... and yes I may look uncool but that's just me.
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I'd think violet-ultraviolet blocking goggles would work the best for this.
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I'd think violet-ultraviolet blocking goggles would work the best for this.
considering UV blockers are just the same molded polycarbonate that the low cost safety goggles are, no problem. I used to work on a 350 mW UV argon (351 nm)
And we could not afford goggles for all the students in the lab. The beam table was set up to adsorb 100% of the power, but we wanted something for diffuse scatter. Wraparound polycarbonate was greater then oD 6 across the near and far UV, and could take a direct hit from the beam, so......

FOR THE RECORD, WE MEASURED OD6, AND TESTED EACH GOGGLE, WE DID NOT ASSUME ANYTHING!

With that said, if the OP wants to wear his goggles, no problems. He will note it will take 5 minutes to get his normal color vision back, the brain will try to adjust things a bit so traffic lights look green, etc...

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Well LSRFAQ...

I have an identical pair of Laser Goggles as the OP linked to...

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I just went outside with them on.... and I'm in Canada
so the Sun is not as bright as in the Summer.
It is about 9:30 AM..
It is quite comfortable to look around with them...

Then I very quickly looked into the Sun.... BAD IDEA...
I'm having a hard time finding the keys as I type this Post
due to a white dot about the size of a Key that is blocking
my vision... It is slowly fading away...

I stand by what I posted above...............

I would also supply a manufacturer and part number of the
exact polycarbonate product that you used and tested..
There are many different formulas to produce polycarbonate
and tints...

Else people will be using plastic Swimming Gogglers for Approved
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With that said, if the OP wants to wear his goggles, no problems. He will note it will take 5 minutes to get his normal color vision back, the brain will try to adjust things a bit so traffic lights look green, etc...

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I tried them out today and yes some of the traffic lights were difficult to see, I also removed all the shrouding as it gave me tunnel vision but over all I feel like I have done my eyes a favor.

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I just went outside with them on.... and I'm in Canada
so the Sun is not as bright as in the Summer.
It is about 9:30 AM..
It is quite comfortable to look around with them...

Then I very quickly looked into the Sun.... BAD IDEA...
I'm having a hard time finding the keys as I type this Post
due to a white dot about the size of a Key that is blocking
my vision... It is slowly fading away...

I stand by what I posted above...............
I am surprised that someone with your experience would even think about looking at the sun! You even said the goggles don't block all wavelengths, and it was the equivalent of looking at a ~50mw laser with no protection (what possessed you?). I hope they return to norm.
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I tried them out today and yes some of the traffic lights were difficult to see, I also removed all the shrouding as it gave me tunnel vision but over all I feel like I have done my eyes a favor.



I am surprised that someone with your experience would even think about looking at the sun! You even said the goggles don't block all wavelengths, and it was the equivalent of looking at a ~50mw laser with no protection (what possessed you?). I hope they return to norm.
I fully understand that looking at the sun for prolonged periods is harmful...
For eons... people have looked into the sun quickly by either by reflection
or directly and have NOT suffered irreversible eye damage...
If it was too dangerous in everyday outside activity to be in the presence
of the sun for fear of permanent eye damage... we would be advised to
use Welders Goggles at every outing...

I knew full well that looking directly into the sun with some minor eye
protection (or even non) could be done if the time of exposure was brief.....
And that's the test I performed... I was well aware of what I was doing
and the results I was expecting... There were no surprises here...
It was done in response to Post #7

The white dot (which I had seen before... during my years on the Planet)
faded away within 20 minutes as was expected...

BTW... the 52mW of energy from the sun is not 52mW of Laser energy...
It is regular full wavelength light and radiated heat over an area of 64
square mm of sensor active surface...


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Im wearing my blue lasergoggles for learning my uni stuff because the light is much more pleasant with them. My yellow lenses make the world look more friendly
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That's not my picture, fortunately the OP has a great sense of humor...

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Laser goggles for sunlight ... I gotta do that.

Deep Red goggles for a greenie. Cute babe walks over and asks about the red color and I say "So like these are for laser protection!"
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