Measure the blue light blocking ability of any lens
Computer lenses, and blue-blocking transmittance is all the buzz. Show your patients the blue-blocking effectiveness of your lenses by placing their uncut lens in place and watching the intense blue spectrum turn white. You may also insert any anti-reflective lens in front of the visible light emittance to display the beneficial effects for the customer.
You can, however since the eyeball is not to scale, and it assumes a perfect cornea (20/20 acuity), any corrective lens will scatter the light beam out of focus onto the retina. It’s best to use an uncut, anti-reflective plano lens as an example.
The unit is not digital and performs no measurement as to UV exposure or transmittance. UV light is besides, invisible.
No they will not. We find using 1.50 or 1.58 lenses suitable.
Nope. That laser light beam requires connection to an electrical outlet.
Any lens with AR coating should show some effect as to the visible light spectrum, however blue-blocking Ads work best.