The Seer Lazer-Shield effectively protects police officers from the growing threat of laser beam attacks during protests. The shield is a universal self-adhesive protective strip that reduces a green, blue or violet laser beam from 1 Watt to a harmless 1/1000 Watt.
Super Seer's Lazer-Shield Kit creates universal protection that fits onto any face or body shield for highly effective immediate protection from laser beam attacks. New face or body shields can be Lazer-Shielded or law enforcement agencies can purchase a retrofit kit for existing equipment.
The Lazer-Shield allows for a clear unobstructed field of view. When under attack from a laser beam, the officer simply dips their head forward to activate the Lazer-Shield protection. This action allows an officer to safely look though the Lazer-Shield directly into a laser beam to identify the attacker, without the risk of permanent eye damage.
Designed and Tested for Law Enforcement Use
Riot tested to withstand dangerous chemicals and fluids
Heat, chemical and abrasion resistant
Permanently attached and will not dislodge during riot situations
Tested and used by law enforcement internationally for over 9 years
The Lazer-Shield is installed just about the officers line of sight. This allows the officer to look through the clear shield during nighttime operations, without any vision distortion.
When under attack from a laser beam, the officer simply dips their head forward to activate the Lazer-Shield.
When activated, the Lazer-Shield allows the officer to look through the protective strip to identify the attacker without the risk of permanent eye damage from laser beams
Lazer-Shield is most beneficial during night ops. The Lazer-Shield gives the officer a clear, un-obstructed field of view. The laser beam protection is immediately available only when needed.
Other laser beam strips, glasses, and filters require the officer to look through a dark tinted protective film continuously. This causes eye strain and vision distortion, especially during night ops. These products also cause issues for officers with prescription glasses.
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The Lazer-Shield will fit any flat or angled face shield
Multi-spectral protection against violet, blue and green laser beams
The Lazer-Shield far surpasses any other laser protective product as tested from a distance of 2 yards for a period of 10 seconds against multiple laser beam wavelengths (colors). The science is fully supported by world-class laser experts. During laboratory tests, the Lazer-Shield reduced the laser beam from an extremely harmful 1 Watt to harmless 1/1000 Watt.
Eye exposure from a green laser beam was reduced to 1.0mW resulting in an Optical Density (OD) of >OD3.5. Similarly, a 5 Watt laser was reduced to 5mW which is the US 3R classification limit for safe eye exposure.
The Lazer-Shield protects against green (532nm), blue (450nm) and violet (405nm) laser beams wavelengths. Red light is allowed to pass through the strip which allows the use of Red Dot sights on weapons.
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