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Default Protocadmus Laser Goggles

Well I probably should have posted my question before I purchased, but too late now... But I found a deal on what I think are some legit safety goggles. The company is German, and they do alot of work in the medical laser industry. They come with a spec sheet, (that kinda makes me feel better about the purchase. I'll be using a 1.6mw 445nm, 300mw 650nm (I know I need another pair for these), and a 5mw old Jasper. I did a search on the forums, and didn't find anything. Thoughts?!?

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190-534nm +960-1064nm OD 7+ 850-925nm OD 5+
925-1070nm OD 6+ 35%

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180-315 D LB7+ R LB4 >315-534 D LB5 +IRM LB6
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It will certainly protect you from your 445nm. OD7 is a lot. It will let only 0.16 microwatts through from you 1.6W. Its VLT is kinda low though. I have no what LB means. Pics of the spec sheet please.

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Thanks for the vote of confidence on the glasses!!! My main thing was I wasn't really sure what to make the company since they don't actually specialize in goggles but rather laser procedures. Fractional Laser, Er:yag Fractional Laser, Er:glass Fractional Laser
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I'd go for some ARG-filter type goggles, as they give you about 50% VLT and that same protection you have there. Still, you have good protection with those which is what is important, especially if you got those at a good price.
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I'd go for some ARG-filter type goggles, as they give you about 50% VLT and that same protection you have there. Still, you have good protection with those which is what is important, especially if you got those at a good price.

I figure for my budget it wasn't too bad. Should have them in the next day or two.

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Tried them out tonight. And I can't see a thing outside distance wise. Back inside the dot is visible.

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