LASER SAFETY

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Re: LASER SAFETY

Post by cliveward » 22 Mar 2012, 14:19

PESCA wrote:Could that be this one, Clive?

http://electrooptic.by/index.php?option ... 58&lang=en

George
Hi George,

That's essentially it yes.

And no you can't have one...you'll only hurt yourself :D

Joking aside, even if we could trust people with them I don't know how many we would sell at £700


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Clive

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Re: LASER SAFETY

Post by PESCA » 22 Mar 2012, 15:50

You're not wrong, Clive.

I just couldn't be trusted. At least not trusted to prevent myself from putting together £700 for an illuminator :oops:

It's some piece of kit. 12 volt too.

George

Just thought: if I added up the cost of all of the illuminators I've ever had, £700 doesn't sound too bad. Where do I sign?

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Re: LASER SAFETY

Post by Craggrat » 23 Mar 2012, 19:22

DBD
Hope your going to wear safety goggles,

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Re: LASER SAFETY

Post by snoopy » 21 Jan 2013, 12:16

funnily enough, at the design stage of most products, the key factor to priceing it is 'how much are they paying out to suss whats what', i.e. have to buy 5 to find 4 are rubbish. (thats why sellers wont supply the relavence on the produc!).

OHHH THEYRE VERY ORGANISED LOL.
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Re: LASER SAFETY

Post by NVAgent » 18 Feb 2015, 12:08

Craggrat wrote:DBD
Hope your going to wear safety goggles,
You speak of safety goggles but what safety goggles work to protect your eyes from the effects of a laser, it would be good to know as i may be able to find some cheaper ones ( that work ) on the market for you guys?

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Re: LASER SAFETY

Post by Gloop » 18 Feb 2015, 13:20

Normal safety glasses are fine, but if you burn your retinas don't come crying to me. Lol

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Re: LASER SAFETY

Post by NVAgent » 18 Feb 2015, 13:51

Gloop wrote:Normal safety glasses are fine, but if you burn your retinas don't come crying to me. Lol
Not too sure "normal" would be right, lasers have glass in front of the emitter doesn't it, so I was wondering if laser safety glasses exist?

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Re: LASER SAFETY

Post by Gloop » 18 Feb 2015, 15:54

Your right. Have a read of en207.
That gives you all the data.

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Re: LASER SAFETY

Post by sunndog » 18 Feb 2015, 16:19

Odicforce sell laser saftey glasses if you feel the need for them
oslon black drivers
http://nightvisionforumuk.com/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=2333

when asking for advice, please include what n.v device and/or illumination you already have (if any) and what rifles you intend to use them on...cheers

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Re: LASER SAFETY

Post by Montey » 31 Oct 2016, 08:41

Hi I have two questions one how safe is the N M 800s that I have?
And two I need a 'invisible' laser for some problem foxs on one permission which should I go for?
I'm close to mr Ward in Kent but had no luck contacting him I will try again today.
Monty

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