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LP-GTY with Frame 52

Optical Density: 180 - 532nm OD5+
                             900 - 1080nm OD5+

LB-Rating: 316 - 532nm DIRM LB5
                    900 - 1080nm DIR LB5

Transmittance: 22%

Available for: 532nm & 1064nm etc. 

Application: 2 line YAG and KTP, Q-Switched

According: CE EN207
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Essential details

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

Protect Wavelength: 

180 - 532nm & 900 - 1080nm

Material:  PC + Absorber material    
Transmittance:  22%       Available: 532nm & 1064nm etc.,
Application: 2 line YAG and KTP, Q-Switched Optical Density:  180 - 532nm OD5+

                               900-1080nm OD5+

LB-Rating:  316 - 532nm DIRM LB5 

                       900-1080nm DIR LB5

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


LP-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.,

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 A Guide to Choosing the Perfect Laser Safety Glasses

Introduction: Laser technology has revolutionized various industries, from healthcare to manufacturing. However, it's crucial to prioritize safety when working with lasers. One essential safety measure is wearing appropriate laser safety glasses. In this article, we will explore the key factors to consider when choosing the right laser safety glasses.

  1. Determine the Laser's Wavelength and Power: Different lasers emit varying wavelengths and powers, which require specific levels of protection. Before purchasing safety glasses, identify the laser's specifications. This information is usually provided by the laser manufacturer or can be measured using a laser power meter. Once you know the laser's wavelength and power, you can select safety glasses that offer adequate protection.

  2. Understand Laser Safety Ratings: Laser safety glasses are classified into different optical density (OD) ratings. The OD rating determines the level of protection provided by the glasses. The higher the OD rating, the greater the protection. For instance, an OD 5+ rating ensures protection against high-powered lasers, while an OD 2-3 rating is suitable for low-powered lasers. Ensure that the glasses you choose have the appropriate OD rating for your laser.

  3. Consider the Laser's Pulse Duration: The pulse duration of a laser refers to the length of time the laser beam is emitted. Some lasers emit continuous beams, while others emit pulsed beams. If you are working with a pulsed laser, it is important to choose safety glasses that offer protection against the laser's pulse duration. This information can be obtained from the laser manufacturer or the laser's technical specifications.

  4. Choose the Right Lens Material: Laser safety glasses are available in various lens materials, including glass, polycarbonate, and acrylic. Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages. Glass lenses provide excellent optical clarity but can be heavy and less comfortable for extended use. Polycarbonate lenses are lightweight and impact-resistant, making them ideal for high-risk environments. Acrylic lenses offer good optical clarity and are lighter than glass but may scratch more easily. Consider your specific needs and preferences when selecting the lens material.

  5. Evaluate Comfort and Fit: Comfort and fit are crucial factors when choosing laser safety glasses. Ill-fitting glasses can cause discomfort and may not provide adequate protection. Look for glasses with adjustable features such as nose pads and temple arms to ensure a secure and comfortable fit. Additionally, consider the weight of the glasses, especially if you will be wearing them for extended periods.

Conclusion: Choosing the right laser safety glasses is essential for protecting your eyes from potential laser hazards. By considering factors such as the laser's wavelength and power, understanding safety ratings, evaluating the pulse duration, selecting the appropriate lens material, and ensuring comfort and fit, you can make an informed decision. Prioritizing safety will allow you to work confidently and securely in laser-intensive environments.

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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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