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Old 09-15-2012, 12:29 PM #1
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Lightbulb Recommendations For 7 OD Goggles?

Any broad spectrum 7 OD recommendations to cover the 400-600 BM range? Links?


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Broad band 7 OD. Do you want to see anything ? An OD7 filter will make a 1Watt laser into a 0.0001mW laser and you will see nothing of the ambient light.

You can buy Mylar solar filter with a broadband OD5 but it isn't used for lasers but for solar watching.
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Default Re: Recommendations For 7 OD Goggles?

You can try ARG filter goggles. They don't reach 600nm, but you'll probably not encounter wavelengths between 532 and 638nm anyway.

Remarkably, you can still see the dot with with that OD7. Your eyes are pretty sensitive to 532nm, and even the 445nm fluoresces surfaces to the extent that you can see the dot.
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Sorry, out-of-shock, please edit quantity!

I cant buy it ??
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LSG-532-NS-7 from Laserglow (Laserglow Technologies - Handheld Lasers, Alignment Lasers and Lab / OEM Lasers) - they currently offer free shipping IIRC


Im very happy with these from oemlasersystems
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Looks like the same goggles. They're very nice and it means you can buy that and one that covers red and you're pretty much good to go for all visible wavelengths.
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