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Old 04-21-2009, 04:33 PM #1
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Default Homemade goggles? will this work?

I was searching for a cheap pair of goggle to block 405 and 532 nm for my <30mW green and <100mW bluray laser
and I came across this on youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v_kLnGR6CA
It uses theatrical lighting gel which blocks the green to violet end of the spectrum.

do you guys think these plastic sheets will be enough for indirect exposure (diffusive reflection)?
I don't plan on burning anything, but I still want some protection indoors. *8-)

Also, since I won't be burning anything (got my lasers for the beam at night), when else should I be wearing them? I still want to see the beams . . . *:-/


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This is REALLY old, use the search button my man, we've discussed this in anouther thread.
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I was searching for a cheap pair of goggle to block 405 and 532 nm for my <30mW green and <100mW bluray laser
and I came across this on youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v_kLnGR6CA
It uses theatrical lighting gel which blocks the green to violet end of the spectrum.

do you guys think these plastic sheets will be enough for indirect exposure (diffusive reflection)?
I don't plan on burning anything, but I still want some protection indoors. *8-)

Also, since I won't be burning anything (got my lasers for the beam at night), when else should I be wearing them? I still want to see the beams . . . *:-/

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sorry guys, i just found it on the 4th page *:-[

BTW Day, if you don't mind, can you tell me where I can find a pair of real goggles for $19 ?

and finally, are there any actual instances where people have bleached through these gels at <100mW ?

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and finally, are there any actual instances where people have bleached through these gels at <100mW ?
It only takes one hit...

For indirect exposure, you could get by with red laser enhancement goggles, but one hit and you're blind. :'(
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BTW Day, if you don't mind, can you tell me where I can find a pair of real goggles for $19 ?
Hi primary.Sequence,

you way want to try > those guys <, they tend to be pretty cheap and quite extensive. To see the beam you'd need alignment goggles.

However, $19 is probably too low. I'd imagine at least 3 time this amount...

But you can't take your vision lightly. Follow lasersbee's advice and don't give yourself an opportunity to be sorry.
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sorry guys, i just found it on the 4th page *:-[

BTW Day, if you don't mind, can you tell me where I can find a pair of real goggles for $19 ?

and finally, are there any actual instances where people have bleached through these gels at &lt;100mW ?
You can't... just get a certified pair for 48 dollars and cease to worry.

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This topic comes up once it week it seems FYI Primary sequence. Same answer every time same old debates. The gel question has a complex answer in short some of the laser light gets through the gel it isn't good enough protection. Buy from a real company there are others that make certified goggles but OEM is the least expensive as far as I know.

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OEM is the least expensive as far as I know.
Thanks for posting the link, they look good.

Just a note that the googles they sell for 532 nm (green) lasers appear to be transparent to IR, so if your green laser lacks an IR filter it MIGHT be more dangerous to wear the goggles while using that laser than not wearing the goggles at all.

Something to be aware of.
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Thanks for posting the link, they look good.

Just a note that the googles they sell for 532 nm (green) lasers appear to be transparent to IR, so if your green laser lacks an IR filter it MIGHT be more dangerous to wear the goggles while using that laser than not wearing the goggles at all.

Something to be aware of.
I'm fed up hearing about this IR danger.

The IR is not dangerous , in most cases it does not exceed 5-10% of the actual green output power. The green portion of the light is MUCH more dangerous and that is the part that you should be worried about.

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The IR is not dangerous , in most cases it does not exceed 5-10% of the actual green output power.
Most cases? I measured 22% on one of mine. Others have reported a similar percentage. It does depend on the laser. If you have data to back up your statement I would be interested.

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The green portion of the light is MUCH more dangerous and that is the part that you should be worried about.
That is incorrect when you are wearing goggles that block only the green. In that case the green is blocked and is not dangerous to you. The IR is NOT blocked and may be very dangerous. Again, it depends on the laser.

The other interesting issue is that this IR can be very well collimated, which is something I haven't seen discussed on this forum before.

There is a more full discussion of this if you are interested:
http://laserpointerforums.com/laser_...d=1#post521159

As I said: "the goggles they sell for 532 nm (green) lasers appear to be transparent to IR, so if your green laser lacks an IR filter it MIGHT be more dangerous to wear the goggles while using that laser than not wearing the goggles at all."
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Go to OEM Systems and get good protection with a reasonable cost, and these are certified. Here's the link:http://store.oemlasersystems.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=8_10_72&pro ducts_id=420&zenid=ec00dc0c9513909b69575858a17a912 b

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Hollyyyy .... Just metered my L-C030 . 6mW Ir and 22mW green = 21% IR :O But still it's only just above the safe level for the IR, so I'm still not worried about it.
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If you're referring to the magical 5mW limit... that's considered safe if you have a blink reflex, which for IR you haven't.
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Even though you wouldn't blink. Your hardly going to sit with your goggles on looking into the laser for very long.

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Come on guys, 6mW of IR are not going to give him any damage. IR is not focused (not as the green), this means even if you get a direct hit you are not getting the full 6mW inside. In any other case (reflections, etc) the IR is even less focused so no need to worry.

Honestly, get a green googles and forget about IR, wich is not a problem on lasers under 100mW.
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