Old 07-24-2008, 08:01 AM #17
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rofl i was thinking i was seeing through those ... but that is just the reflection ... if you look really close though you can see some of the holes in the table through it .. it is a little bit more of a red tint


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[quote author=GamerBR link=1216834215/0#13 date=1216865901][quote author=Cyparagon link=1216834215/0#11 date=1216860012]Click here.

Protected Wavelengths: 473nm, 532nm, 635nm and 650nm Optical Density of 2, 3, 2, 2 respectively
VLT % <1 [/quote]

Yeah, that's pretty much the same VLT as your eyelids. The main drawback of broadband goggles is their poor VLT.
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The ML7 has a VLT of 12%,it's just a bit darker than sunglasses(as I said before I have one)
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it would really suck for your laser to be alittle hot or cold and wonder into +/- 5 nm from expected wavelength and blind you
That's not how laser safety glasses work. Look at an OD or % Transmission chart for a pair of laser goggles sometime, 5 nm will hardly ever make much of a difference. The OD or %T never fall off a cliff (so to speak) when changing wavelength, they gradually change with respect to wavelength.
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The ML7 has a VLT of 12%,it's just a bit darker than sunglasses(as I said before I have one)
My AL2 goggles have a VLT of 21%. I didn't mean to say broadband goggles have such a poor VLT they are useless, but their VLT will be lower when compared to goggles for a more narrow range.
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its not possible to block that wide of a range of wavelengths, well. it is possible but all you would see is black.
there is something similar to this, its called sunglasses, although sunglasses block the 3 primary colors it's very weak, you would need extremely thick and powerful sunglasses to the point where you cant see anything.
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