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LP-YHP with Frame 36

Optical Density: 660nm OD>1
                              800 - 1095nm OD>5

LB-Rating: 660nm DIR LB1
                    800 - 1095nm DI LB5 + R LB5

Transmittance: 43%

Available for: 808nm, 980nm

Application: Dental lasers, Diodes

According: CE EN207
  • LP-YHP with Frame36

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

Protect Wavelength: 660nm & 800 - 1095nm

Material:  PC + Absorber material    
Transmittance:  43%       Available: 808nm,980nm 

Application: Dental lasers, Diodes

Optical Density:  660nm OD>1 

                               800 - 1095nm OD>5

LB-Rating:  660nm DIR LB1

                      800-1095nm DI LB5 + R 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

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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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The Safety of Lidar Technology: Does it Pose any Risk to Your Eyes?

Lidar technology has become increasingly prevalent in various industries, from self-driving cars to environmental mapping. As this technology gains momentum, concerns have been raised regarding its potential impact on human eyesight. In this article, we will delve into the question, "Does Lidar hurt your eyes?" and explore the safety aspects associated with this innovative technology.

Understanding Lidar: Lidar, short for Light Detection and Ranging, is a remote sensing method that uses laser beams to measure distances and create detailed 3D maps of the surrounding environment. It works by emitting laser pulses and measuring the time it takes for the light to bounce back after hitting an object. This data is then used to generate accurate and comprehensive maps.

Lidar and Eye Safety: The primary concern regarding Lidar technology is whether the laser beams it emits can potentially harm the human eye. It is important to note that Lidar systems used in commercial applications operate within strict safety guidelines to ensure the well-being of individuals.

Lidar Safety Standards: To address the potential risks associated with Lidar, regulatory bodies such as the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) have established safety standards. These standards specify the maximum permissible exposure (MPE) levels for laser radiation to ensure the safety of human eyes and skin.

Lidar manufacturers and developers adhere to these safety standards by implementing various safety features in their devices. These include using eye-safe lasers, limiting the laser power output, and incorporating safety mechanisms to prevent accidental exposure.

Eye-Safe Lasers: One of the key safety measures in Lidar technology is the use of eye-safe lasers. These lasers operate in the infrared spectrum, which is less harmful to the human eye compared to lasers in the visible spectrum. Eye-safe lasers have a lower risk of causing damage to the retina, reducing the potential harm to users.

Laser Power Output Limitations: Lidar systems are designed with specific power output limitations to ensure that the laser beams emitted are within safe levels. These limitations are based on extensive research and analysis, taking into account factors such as exposure duration and beam divergence. By adhering to these limits, Lidar manufacturers prioritize user safety.

Safety Mechanisms: Lidar devices also incorporate safety mechanisms to prevent accidental exposure to laser radiation. These mechanisms can include features like automatic shut-off when the Lidar unit is not in use or when the system detects any abnormal behavior. These precautions further mitigate the risk of eye damage.

Conclusion: In conclusion, Lidar technology, when used in accordance with safety standards, does not pose a significant risk to human eyes. Manufacturers and developers prioritize safety by implementing measures such as the use of eye-safe lasers, power output limitations, and safety mechanisms. As Lidar continues to advance and find applications in various industries, it is crucial to remain vigilant about adhering to safety guidelines to ensure the well-being of individuals.

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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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