CTL-21 - Laser Safety Glasses, Goggles, Spectacles

Laser Safety Glasses, Goggles, Spectacles
Working with lasers in entirely safe as long as you apply adequate protection to your eyesight. Otherwise, laser beam impact can induce severe, and often irreversible damage to retina or cornea. Take advantage of our professional anti-laser spectacles and goggles. Laser safety glasses are comfortable, absolutely safe (if selected properly), and they provide excellent visibility.

Apply for table with specifications to find suitable laser safety glasses or goggles.
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Selecting Appropriate Laser Eye Protection
The choice of the most suitable laser safety goggles and spectacles must be done in compliance with standard EN 166, EN 207 and EN 208. The use of unsuitable eye-wear is one of the most frequent cuases  of eye injury. So, please, consider the following as a guide. For a correct judgment of optical hazards, it is important to know some fundamental parameters defined in the standards of eye-protection against laser radiation.

Laser wavelength
Determine all wavelengths used in your application, to protect against with one pair of laser safety glasses (consider tunable systems or multiple lasers).

Laser mode
Check your laser output, if it is continuous, pulsed or repetitively pulsed. In case of pulse mode, additionally determine time duration to find out I, R or M type of laser.

Output parameters
For continuous wave lasers check maximum output and beam diameter to calculate the power density (W m2). For pulsed lasers determine the maximum energy, the beam diameter, and the frequency (if applicable) to calculate the energy density (J/m2) or power density (for M type) to secure most suitable laser safety glasses for your application.

Stability to radiation
This is the minimum power (or energy) density value that the protection filter of set class and must comply with. Find the stability to laser radiation (the adequate for full protection or alignment) entry in the tables - the closest greater value to your calculation. The entry identifies the spectral transmittance, and the optical density (scale number).

Spectral transmittance and optical density
Spectral transmittance is the ratio between the power (or energy) transmitted by the filter and the incident power. The transmittance values, which vary from 10-1 to 10-10 (i.e. optical density from 1 to 10), correspond to ten levels of eye protection: L1 to L10.

Laser Safety Goggles
Laser Safety Goggles

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Ordering Information
Model Specifications
CTL-2102 spectacles
CTL-2102G goggles
CTL-2109 spectacles
CTL-2109G goggles
CTL-2114 spectacles
CTL-2114G goggles
CTL-2133 spectacles
CTL-2133G goggles
CTL-2135 spectacles
CTL-2135G goggles
CTL-2137 spectacles
CTL-2137G goggles
CTL-2139G goggles
CTL-2142 spectacles
CTL-2142G goggles
CTL-2148 spectacles
CTL-2148G goggles

Laser Safety Glasses, Goggles, Spectacles