The Ultra-Lightweight STINGERHAWK Spectacles, P/N 4-0152-9017 provides protection against Green (532nm) and NIR (808 nm) lasers.
LazrBloc GF-8 Laser Protective Lens with Black Adjustable Nosepiece (provides protection against Green (532nm) OD 2.5 and NIR (808 nm) OD 2, lasers.
Case with Belt Clip
Distinctive, high-impact, and stylish: fragmentation protection in a low-profile, lightweight, modernized design with a tighter curvature
Note: No laser lens can protect against all types of laser hazards. Please contact us for any questions to ensure you select the correct laser protective lens for the hazards you are facing.
STINGERHAWK with LazrBloc GF-8 Laser Protective Lens P/N 4-0152-9017
Revision's cutting-edge single and dual-band laser protective lenses absorb laser energy across the visible spectrum and beyond, including near-infrared energy. LazrBloc GF-8 Laser Protective Lens with Black Adjustable Nosepiece (Protects protection against Green (532nm) and NIR (808 nm) lasers.
OCUMAX ANTI-FOG COATING
Tested under EN 166 standards, Revision’s OcuMax Plus is proven to last longer than competing anti-fog solutions by a factor of 10 times, is chemical-resistant and prevents scratches, streaks and smears
Built to exceed stringent U.S. and international ballistic impact requirements for use in military and tactical operations and tactical operations
Modify the nosepiece—by extending or retracting—to match your preferred fit and positioning
LazrBloc FT-2 Laser Protective Lens with Black Adjustable Nosepiece P/N 4-0152-9017 (Provides protection against Green (532nm) and NIR (808 nm) lasers.)
Size, Dimensions, and Colors
Size Regular: Width: 134 mm; Lens Height: 51 mm; Temple Arm Length: 118 mm
Size Large: Width: 137 mm; Lens Height: 55 mm; Temple Arm Length: 118 mm
Lens: LazrBloc GF-8 Laser Protective Lens
Testing & Requirements
MIL-PRF-32432A clause 188.8.131.52 Ballistic fragmentation characteristics Class 1 spectacles
ANSI Z87.1-2015 clause 6 Impact-Rated Protector Requirements (Z87+)
STANAG 2920 (Edition 2) V50 = 807 ft/s (246 m/s)
EN 166 clause 7.3.4 Protection against high speed particles at extremes of temperature (FT)
Optical Density (OD): The OD determines the amount of laser light which is blocked (by reflection or absorption) by the eyewear lens. Optical Density is measured at a specific wavelength and is defined as
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