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Laser Protective Accessories

Our products include a variety of safety glasses designed to protect your eyes from laser radiation. We understand that the eyes are one of the body's most valuable assets, so all the products we offer are rigorously tested to ensure they meet the highest safety standards.

To help you choose the style that best suits your needs, we've included a video showcasing our different styles and features. Watch the video to learn about the benefits and features of each style so you can make an informed choice to protect yourself and your team from the dangers of laser radiation. Don't put your vision at risk, choose our Safety Protective Glasses to work more safely and efficiently!

Why buy MCWlaser protective safty glasses?

1. As a professional seller of laser protective glasses in AMAZON and EBAY for more than 10 years, our glasses fully meet the high requirements of users for product quality, performance and service.
2.We use imported high-quality materials and advanced technology to ensure that each type of safty glasses has excellent protective ability.
3.Our laser protective glasses have passed the strict international certifications such as FDA and CE ( (in accordance with EN207:2017 standard), covering different levels of protection, which can meet the protection needs of various lasers.
4. Our product design is humanized, comfortable to wear, and can be customized according to customer needs. Whether it is laser electronics industry, medical beauty, or teaching laboratories, as well as industrial areas, we can provide you with customized protection solutions.
5. We have a professional technical team and good after-sales service. If you have any questions about the product, we will answer them in time. If there is any quality problem with the product, we will replace or repair it for you free of charge.
6. With more than 10 years of international operation experience, we can provide you with convenient and efficient logistics services to ensure that the products are delivered quickly.

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MCWlaser protective safty glasses options

How to choose protective safty glasses?

1. Determining Laser Type and Wavelength

Identifying the specific type of laser and its corresponding wavelength(s) is crucial for selecting appropriate protective eyewear.

2. Wavelength Range of MCWlaser Protective Safety Glasses

Understanding the wavelength range that each model of MCWlaser protective safety glasses can effectively shield against is essential for choosing the right model.

3. Choosing the Model with Highest OD Value and Protection Level

When multiple models can protect against the required wavelength, prioritize those with higher Optical Density (OD) values and greater levels of protection.

4. Selecting Protection Level Based on Wavelength Range

Depending on whether the laser emits a single wavelength, dual wavelengths, or triple wavelengths, choosing the appropriate protective eyewear that covers the required range is necessary.

5. Matching Model Characteristics to Requirements

Considering the specific features and characteristics of different models, selecting the most suitable one that aligns with the requirements and preferences is essential for optimal protection.

Wavelength and level of protection of different protective safty glasses

Model Protected Wavelength & OD value Protection Levels(EU)
EP-1 190-540 & 800-1700nm OD5+ DIRM LB5
EP-2 190-380 & 600-760nm  OD5+ DIRM LB5
EP-3 190-540nmOD 6+ DIRM LB6 (Style 6 and 8)
DIRM LB7 (Other style)
EP-4 10600nmOD5+ DIRM LB4
EP-5 190-450 & 800-2000nm  OD4+ DIRM LB4
EP-6 2940nmOD4+ DIRM LB3
EP-8 190-470 & 800-1700nm OD5+ DIRM LB5
EP-10 980-2500nm OD5+ 980-1400nm DIRM LB5
1400-2500nm DIRM LB4
EP-13 190-470 & 610-760nm OD4+ DIRM LB4
EP-14 600-1100nm OD6+ DIRM LB6
EP-15 680-1100nm OD7+ DIRM LB7
EP-17 190-440 & 740-900 &10600nm OD5+ 190-440&740-900 DIRM LB5
900-1100nm OD6+ 900-1100nm DIRM LB6 ; 10600nm DIRM LB4

Typical laser types and wavelength

HeNe laser: mainly  632.8 nm red light
Ruby laser mainly 694.3 nm
Asterite (Cr:BeAl2O4) lasers:  mainly at 694nm, and 347nm
UV lasers:  100nm-400nm, including 
1. 193nm - Excimer ArF laser
2. 248nm - KrF excimer lasers 
3. 308nm - Xenon doped ion laser
4. 355nm - triple-frequency solid-state lasers (e.g., Nd:YAG)
5. 193nm, 157nm - F2 and ArF excimer lasers
Argon Ion Lasers.  1. 514.5 nm (green)
2. 488.0 nm (blue-green)
3. 457.9 nm (blue)
He-Cd excimer lasers:  The main wavelengths are 325 nm and 442 nm and contain the following typical lasers
1. ArF laser - 193nm ultraviolet light
2. KrF laser - 248nm UV  
3. XeCl laser - 308nm UV
4. XeF laser - 351nm UV
5. N2 laser - 337nm UV
6. F2 laser - 157nm vacuum UV
Semiconductor lasers  including the following typical lasers
1. Infrared laser.
- 760nm ~ 2000nm: GaAs, InGaAs, InGaAsP and other materials.
- Common wavelengths include: 808nm, 980nm, 1310nm, 1550nm. 
2. Red laser: 630nm ~ 690nm
- 630nm ~ 690nm: AlGaInP, AlGaAs 
- Common wavelengths include: 650nm, 670nm, 685nm
3. Green laser: 510nm ~ 570nm 
- 510nm ~ 570nm: InGaN, AlGaInP
- Common wavelengths include: 520nm, 532nm
4. blue-violet laser: 375nm ~ 500nm
- 375nm ~ 500nm: GaN, InGaN  
- Common wavelengths include: 405nm, 445nm, 473nm
5. Ultraviolet Laser: 340nm ~ 380nm
- 340nm ~ 380nm: AlGaN
Common wavelengths include: 355nm, 375nm
Erbium lasers Including the following typical lasers
1. 1550nm near-infrared wavelengths
This is the strongest emission line of erbium ions in glass or optical fibers, corresponding to the 4I13/2 → 4I15/2 transition. It is widely used in optical communications and fiber amplifiers.
2. 2940nm mid-infrared wavelengths 
Corresponding to the 4I11/2→4I13/2 transition, it has some applications in the medical and remote sensing fields.
3. 1617nm eye-safe wavelength
Corresponding to the 4I13/2→4I15/2 transition, commonly used in applications such as distance measurement and atmospheric remote sensing.
4. 840nm and 980nm pump wavelengths
Corresponding to 4I15/2→4I11/2 and 4I15/2→4I11/2 leaps, commonly used for pumping erbium-doped lasers and light intensifiers.
Diode lasers Including the following typical lasers
1. Infrared band.
- 650nm - 690nm (AlGaInP/GaAs)
- 760nm - 830nm (AlGaAs)  
- 930nm - 1100nm (InGaAs)
- 1260nm - 1650nm (InGaAsP/InP)
2. Red light band: 630nm - 683nm (InGaAs)
- 630nm - 683nm (AlGaInP/GaAs)
3. Orange/Yellow band: 590nm - 635nm (AlGaInP/GaAs) 
- 590nm - 635nm (AlGaInP)
4. green band: 510nm - 565nm (AlGaInP/GaAs)
- 510nm - 565nm (InGaN/GaN)
5. Blue/UV band: 375nm - 475nm (InGaN/GaN)
- 375nm - 475nm (InGaN/GaN) 
- 340nm - 380nm (AlGaN)
Holmium (Nd) Ion Lasers  Common holmium laser wavelengths include
1. 1064nm Near Infrared (NIR) wavelength, widely used in industrial processing, medical cosmetology, remote sensing and ranging. 
2. 1123nm near-infrared wavelength, commonly used in LIDAR and fiber optic communication. 
3. 1330nm near infrared wavelength, in the field of fiber optic communications and remote sensing has some applications.
4. 946nm near-infrared wavelength, can be used for pumping holmium-doped solid-state lasers.
5. 532nm/355nm green/ultraviolet wavelengths, obtained from 1064nm fundamental output by frequency doubling or tripling technique.
Nd:YAG is the most widely used. Holmium lasers have high efficiency, good beam quality, and cost-effectiveness, and have important applications in both scientific research and industrial fields
IPL Instead of a single wavelength laser, IPL produces pulsed photon output over a wide wavelength range, typically covering the 400nm-1200nm band, including visible light and some near-infrared light.

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