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LP-YHP with Frame 55

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 Frame55

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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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In this digital age, LED lights have become an integral part of our daily lives. From lighting up our homes to illuminating our screens, LEDs offer energy-efficient and long-lasting solutions. However, it's essential to be aware that these seemingly harmless lights can also pose a threat to our eyes if not used with caution. This article sheds light on the potential risks associated with LED lights and provides tips on how to protect our precious vision.

The advent of LED technology has revolutionized the lighting industry. LED lights are known for their bright, vibrant colors and low energy consumption. They have quickly replaced traditional incandescent bulbs in many households and commercial spaces. However, the intense brightness emitted by LEDs can be harmful to our eyes, especially when exposed for prolonged periods or at close distances.

One of the primary concerns with LED lights is their blue light emission. Blue light has a shorter wavelength and higher energy compared to other visible light. While natural sunlight also contains blue light, the concentrated exposure from LEDs can lead to potential eye damage. Studies have shown that excessive blue light exposure can contribute to digital eye strain, dry eyes, and even retinal damage.

Digital devices such as smartphones, tablets, and computer screens also emit blue light. Coupled with the prevalent use of LED lighting in indoor spaces, our eyes are constantly bombarded with this potentially harmful light. The cumulative effect of prolonged exposure to blue light can lead to eye discomfort, blurred vision, and difficulty sleeping.

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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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