Laser Glasses - D680 UV Excimer, Diode, IngaAs Filter - Model 808 Black

Regular price $210.00

The mode 808 is a fully loaded eyewear. The D680 UV Excimer, Diode, IngaAs laser filter is imprinted on a glass lens. The model 808 laser safety glasses come with rubber nose pads, rubberized temple bars, and a great lightweight design. These eyewear are the ultimate in comfort and function.

Product Information

Lens Color - Green
Lens Type - Polycarbonate

Wavelength      Optical Density       Color        Visible Light Transmission
190-370nm                6+                     Green                 64.0%
660-780nm                2+                     Green                 64.0%
745-1115nm              3+                      Green                 64.0%
800-904nm               5+                      Green                 64.0%
905-1075nm             6+                      Green                 64.0%
10600nm                  6+                      Green                 64.0%

Frame Information
Sku - LS-D680-808B
Size -Eye - 59 |  Bridge - 18 |  Temple - 140 |  B measurement - N/A
Frame Type - Full 
Frame Shape - Wrap
Frame Series - Classic
Frame Cost Type - Standard
Frame Color - Black
Frame Material - Plastic
Lens Material - Polycarbonate
Prescription - Call in
Available Colors - Black

Laser Safety
AcuGuard Corp offers a wide variety of Laser Safety Glasses and Goggles for use in a wide application of occupations and industries including: Medical, Military, Research and Education, and Industrial laser applications. We have one of the largest offerings of laser glasses and laser eyewear with our complete line of laser protection for all Lasers giving you high quality protection products for eyes and skin. Our laser protection glasses, goggles, and eyewear can protect the eyes from the hazardous reflected or scattered high-powered laser light (radiation): Class 3R, Class 3B and Class 4 laser systems.

DISCLAIMER
When buying Laser safety products be sure to select the laser glasses that block or attenuate the appropriate wavelength range and optical density (OD). The operating parameters of your laser, or a Certified Laser Safety Officer (LSO), will determine what laser safety eyewear you should use. If you do not have a CLSO on staff or information in your laser manual, please contact us and we will consult with our laser safety experts to better assist you. We offer free consultation and OD calculation for laser systems. CE certified laser safety glasses and goggles also available. We pad print the wavelengths that the glasses protect you against directly onto the frame. We also offer custom pad printing; please contact us for pricing information on this service. All our laser glasses meet or exceed ANSI Z136.1 requirements for use with laser systems.