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Old 07-31-2010, 05:35 AM #49
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Default Re: I thought I would post my Arctic glasses observations here . . .

well then explain the two types we are seeing in the photos . . .

proof is in the burned retinas . . .


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These are the same glasses that everyone has been receiving. You can see them in every unboxing video/thread that is on the internet.


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Default Re: I thought I would post my Arctic glasses observations here . . .

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well then explain the two types we are seeing in the photos . . .

proof is in the burned retinas . . .
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not helpful nor observant . . .

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Default Re: The thread about "real" goggles/glasses. . .

The glasses that come with the Arctic are rated OD7+. As pointed out in another thread they appear to be style #35 from NOIR.

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if I may xpost - link - whatever you guys call it . . .

http://laserpointerforums.com/f65/i-...ere-53701.html

My reply from NOIR asking if they are supplying the Wicked 445nm goggles . . .

"We have been one of their suppliers in the past. I do not know what goggles they supply now, but here are the spec sheets for the appropriate goggles for a 445nm laser. AL2 would be to reduce the beam energy but to still allow some spot to be visible, where the ARG is for full attenuation."

AL2 http://www.noirlaser.com/filters/al2.html

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How is that not helpful? He spoke with Maximum PC (the ones you got that photo from) and apparently they told him they purchased extra glasses (explains whey they have two kinds).
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Default Re: I thought I would post my Arctic glasses observations here . . .

I can read and understand what dereileak is "pretty sure" about . . .

does not answer a question nor provide any data regarding the manufacturer of these glasses or the glasses ability to "manage" a sustained direct hit.



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How is that not helpful? He spoke with Maximum PC (the ones you got that photo from) and apparently they told him they purchased extra glasses (explains whey they have two kinds).
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Default Re: The thread about "real" goggles/glasses. . .

Ok, any good "RGB" shades out there, optimal for "our" needs - which means, high OD on 532nm, 640-660nm, IR and maybe 405nm + very high Od on 445nm?
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Default Re: The thread about "real" goggles/glasses. . .

I have those says new_reverie the laser RGB of ct and works well
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Default Re: The thread about "real" goggles/glasses. . .

I have ordered a CNI 300 mW 532 nm and a 1 W 447 nm laser. Just received today a pair of goggles from Laserglow which are rated at OD7 190-532nm for $74.76, after the LPF discount. A piece of paper in the box says "This product to only be used with 532nm lasers." Do I need to buy another pair for the 447 nm laser? I was planning to use the same pair for both lasers.
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if it's rated OD7 190-532nm, than that piece of paper is not correct. Just email Laserglow about it, see what they say.
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Depends. If other people are going to be in the room, reflective could be a problem, however the beam tends to diverge greatly once they reflect off the goggles.

Absorptive will prevent that, but could cause the glasses to crack/burn if you hit them with too much power.
Why would you use a laser with other people in the room anyway? If it is so bright to cause blindness then you never use a laser with others in the room, unless they also have laser protective glasses.
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Default Re: The thread about "real" goggles/glasses. . .

I got these when I got my Spartan:

Laser Glasses - UV to Green Lasers Protection 190-548nm :: Laser Safety :: Dragon Lasers

They work very well with my Spartan, but make sure they are fully on, else else could let light though if not careful, but work heaps better then any WL glasses. Tried them on my Green 200watt laser also work very well. Got some Glasses for my Green laser from WL and I can tell you, the Dragon Laser ones worked much better then the WL green ones.
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I have ordered a CNI 300 mW 532 nm and a 1 W 447 nm laser. Just received today a pair of goggles from Laserglow which are rated at OD7 190-532nm for $74.76, after the LPF discount. A piece of paper in the box says "This product to only be used with 532nm lasers." Do I need to buy another pair for the 447 nm laser? I was planning to use the same pair for both lasers.
If they are OD7 that would be the LSG-532-NS-7 which is rated for UV, Blue and Green lasers above 500mw in the 190-532nm range with 48% VLT. They should be fine. I have a pair and they work great for my new 445 which is about 985mw peak 960mw stable.
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question about these - they look to be a $230 version of what you get for free at a taning salon - lol

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do they just block all light? because of so who needs to pay this for that
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Those are probably meant to keep you safe if they perform surgery using high power CO2 or YAG lasers, not comparable to a tanning salon.
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