Old 09-18-2010, 10:20 AM #1
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Default Ir protection goggles

Hi,

I'm about to buy a 15$ 50mW Focalprice laser that emits a lot of ir light. I have tried to google protective glasses for under 50$ shipped that block ir. I've found two candidates, but I'm wondering which one to buy.

The other one claims to block 200-540nm and 800-2400nm
Multiple Wavelength

And the other one blocks 808-850nm (ir)
Protection Glasses for 808nm~850nm Infrared Laser

Which one would be a better choice?


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Considering you have a 50mW green, get the multiple wavelength one, it covers green. The other one doesn't block 532nm green of 1064nm ir so it wouldn't help much, if it would help at all.
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Allright, thank you for the fast answer
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