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Glass Filter

Photonics Spectra
Feb 2010
laservision USARequest Info
 
Laservision USA has introduced a glass and nanospec laser safety filter that covers OD 7+ from 190 to 535 nm and OD 6+ from 1030 to 1064 nm. The 00530 is a thin-film filter with a dielectric thin-film coating that provides maximum viewing with good protection. It is available in a wide variety of frames.


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