The laser safety magnifier F27.P1P10.1241 is, except less interruptions, certified for the wavelength range 180-11500nm acc. EN 207. It is especially characterized for its high leveled protection rating within the IR-range. Additionally it offers M-protection rating for USP lasers and an alignment protection between 640-700nm acc. to EN 208.
The laser safety magnifier F27.P1P10.1241 with standard temples is except less interruptions, certified for the wavelength range 180-11500nm acc. EN 207. It is especially characterized for its high leveled protection rating within the IR-range. When using binocular magnifiers in laser surgery, it is mandatory to take the increase of power or energy density into consideration. Only the combination of suitable laser safety filters in front of the loupe and a laser safety goggle is considered to be safe. In this case the magnifier is combined with the laser safety filter P1P10 is used at multiple medical applications. The laser safety magnifier F27 combines the proven OTG frame F22, with support of the new developed adapter, a binocular magnifier HR2.5x/420mm from one of the leading german manufacturers. The standard magnification is 2,5 at a working distance of 420mm. The filter P1P10, within the shield and also on the magnifier, features enough visual transmission and a good colour view. The wavefront optimised uvex high-res shield offers a distortion-free imaging quality and fatigue-proof seeing. Especially in combination long time wearing and corrective glasses this is highly appreciated. The goggle is shipped in a handy case with foam for a protective storage. This case also includes a professional cleasing fluid and a cord.
Protection in the infrared spectral range above 1400nm
Protection within the near infrared spectral range between 700nm and 1400nm
Protection within the ultraviolet spectral range between 180 and 400nm
Protection within the visible spectral range between 400 and 700nm
Front side anti-scratch / rear side anti-fog
Protection Class / Norm:
EN 207 full protection
EN 208 Alignment protection