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LP-GTY-2 with Frame 52

Optical Density: 180 - 534nm OD6+
                           800 - 1100nm OD5+
                           900 - 1095nm OD6+
LB-Rating: 315 - 534nm DIRM LB6
                    800 - 1100nm DIR LB5
                    900 - 1095nm DIRM LB6
Transmittance: 20%
Available for: 532nm & 808nm & 1064nm etc. 
Application: 2 line YAG and KTP, Q-Switched
According: CE EN207
  • LP-GTY-2 with Frame52

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Essential details

Place of Origin:  Guangdong, China Brand Name: LaserPair
Model Number:  LP-GTY-2 Laser Safety Glasses  

Protect Wavelength: 

180 - 534nm & 800 - 1100nm

Material:  PC + Absorber material    
Transmittance:  20%       Available: 532nm & 808nm & 1064nm etc.,
Application: 2 line YAG and KTP, Q-Switched Optical Density:  180 - 534nm OD6+

                               800-1100nm OD5+

                               900-1095nm OD6+

LB-Rating:  315 - 534nm DIRM LB6 

                       800-1100nm DIR LB5

                       900-1095nm DIRM LB6

Certification:  CE EN207

Supply Ability

Supply Ability :  100000 Piece/Pieces per Month

Packaging & delivery

Selling Units: Single item  Single package size: 20X10X10 cm Single gross weight:0.500 kg
Package Type: 1PC/Leather Box, 100PCS/CTN, CTN Size: 71*39*43cm

Products Description

FRLBB1LP-GTY with Frame52

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We engaged to offering High Quality, High Protection, and Cost-Effective Laser Safety Glasses for the workers at laser industry and laser medical treatment etc., We attended different exhibitions in Shanghai, HongKong, Dubai, Russia, Germany, Italy, Spain, etc.,

Industry News

Understanding the Impact of Visible and Invisible Light on Eye Health


Our eyes are constantly exposed to various forms of light, including both visible and invisible wavelengths. While we may be aware of the potential harm caused by excessive exposure to sunlight, it is important to understand whether the damage caused by visible light differs from that of invisible light. In this article, we delve into the effects of visible and invisible light on our eyes and shed light on the importance of protecting our vision.

The Impact of Visible Light on Eye Health:

Visible light consists of a spectrum of colors ranging from red to violet, with each color carrying a different energy level. Prolonged exposure to intense visible light, such as sunlight or bright artificial lighting, can lead to several eye-related issues. One common consequence is photokeratitis, also known as "sunburn of the eye," which causes redness, pain, and temporary vision loss. Additionally, excessive exposure to blue light, a component of visible light, has been linked to digital eye strain and disrupted sleep patterns.

Invisible Light and Its Effects:

While visible light is easily perceived by our eyes, there is another category of light that remains unseen: invisible light. This includes ultraviolet (UV) radiation and infrared (IR) radiation. UV radiation, primarily emitted by the sun, is known to be harmful to our eyes. Prolonged exposure to UV rays can cause cataracts, macular degeneration, and even skin cancer on the eyelids. On the other hand, IR radiation, which is commonly associated with heat, can cause thermal damage to the eyes, leading to symptoms such as eye pain and inflammation.

Differences in Damage:

When comparing the damage caused by visible and invisible light, it is essential to note that both can have detrimental effects on our eyes. However, the mechanisms through which they cause harm differ. Visible light primarily affects the surface of the eye and may lead to temporary discomfort and vision problems. In contrast, invisible light, such as UV and IR radiation, can penetrate deeper into the eye, potentially causing long-term damage to the retina and other delicate structures.

Protecting Your Eyes:

Given the potential harm caused by both visible and invisible light, it is crucial to take proactive measures to protect our eyes. Here are a few simple yet effective steps you can take:

1. Wear sunglasses: Invest in high-quality sunglasses that offer UV protection. Look for sunglasses that block both UVA and UVB rays to shield your eyes from harmful UV radiation.

2. Use protective eyewear: When working in environments with high levels of visible or invisible light, such as construction sites or laboratories, wear appropriate safety goggles or glasses to prevent eye injuries.

3. Limit screen time: Reduce the strain on your eyes by taking regular breaks from digital devices. Consider using blue light filters or glasses that minimize the impact of blue light emitted by screens.

4. Be mindful of lighting: Ensure that your home and workplace have optimal lighting conditions. Use adjustable lighting fixtures and avoid excessively bright or dim lighting that can strain your eyes.


While the damage caused by visible and invisible light may differ in terms of their mechanisms, both can have adverse effects on our eyes. Protecting our eyes from excessive exposure to sunlight, blue light, UV radiation, and IR radiation is crucial for maintaining good eye health. By following simple preventive measures and seeking professional advice when necessary, we can safeguard our vision and enjoy optimal eye health for years to come.

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Now our products line including Laser Safety Glasses, IPL Safety Goggles, Laser Safety Window, Sodium Light Glasses etc., We walk on the leading edge of laser safety and keep researching and developing always, and we are the First Chinese company obtain CE certification by the EU National Laboratory with EN207.

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