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Old 11-29-2009, 09:12 PM #1
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Default Need goggle information

Hey everyone,

I have a nice pair of goggles that i bought to reduce the wavelength of my green laser for my safety. The tag states that it gives 200-540nm green protection, and 800-2000nm IR protection. I am in the process of selling my green laser, and want to know if i can still use these goggles for a 405nm bluray laser.

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Hey everyone,

I have a nice pair of goggles that i bought to reduce the wavelength of my green laser for my safety. The tag states that it gives 200-540nm green protection, and 800-2000nm IR protection. I am in the process of selling my green laser, and want to know if i can still use these goggles for a 405nm bluray laser.

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405nm falls between the the 200nm-540nm range, right? :P
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Yeah I just realized I answered my own question, I was having a confusion moment >.>

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LULZ... I'll buy it off you if you don't want to use them. Glenn (scopeguy20) sells blublockers for $10... you can buy a pair of gogglesthat are designed for 405nm light off him. PM me if you want to sell these goggles...

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how could you get confused about this?
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Yes I am aware that scopeguy sells those types of goggles, but turns out The ones I have now will work fine for bluray.

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And for you, Mr Nosey, I was led into confusion by the diagram on the front of the instruction booklet for the goggles. It had a green beam, with 200-540nm next to it, and they were specifically green laser goggles, So i inferred that the green wavelength could somehow be bent to 200-540 in freak cases. But there should be multi colored beams next to the 200-540nm text to show it goes for all colors in that range, not just green.

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I recognise these from ebay. Check the rating for the IR (on the goggles!). Even better: test it! Something like a remote control could tell something. A few days back I saw some guy on ebay selling goggles saying they're blocking IR, but it didn't even had the proper rating.

why I doubt it? Goggles blocking green and IR usually don't go past somehwere after the 1064, YAG does have any larger wavelengths. Blocking at 2000nm is very unusual, only exotic lasers or OPO's can give these wavelengths.

If all does check out, you have some serious nice goggles provided that the OD's are good enough.
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I recognise these from ebay. Check the rating for the IR (on the goggles!). Even better: test it! Something like a remote control could tell something. A few days back I saw some guy on ebay selling goggles saying they're blocking IR, but it didn't even had the proper rating.

why I doubt it? Goggles blocking green and IR usually don't go past somehwere after the 1064, YAG does have any larger wavelengths. Blocking at 2000nm is very unusual, only exotic lasers or OPO's can give these wavelengths.

If all does check out, you have some serious nice goggles provided that the OD's are good enough.
Well I dont quite have a tester, but fortunately I dont need 2000nm IR protection if it somehow doesnt have it!
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If you need 1064nm and 808nm protection, still check. Checking for green is too easy
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