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Edge filter glasses
Areas of Application:
- Outdoor use
- Contrast enhancement
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Glare sensitivity
Edge filters let light through to a cut-off frequency almost unfiltered, but absorb from that Cutoff frequency (edge) a large part of the light. This leads to an increase in contrast and a reduction in glare.
Due to the darkened upper edge, the glasses lie close to the head and thus effectively prevents distracting stray light from reaching the eye from above. This is also supported by the wide bracket with integrated filters.
In particular, the disturbing short-wave components of the spectrum are filtered out, while at the same time achieving a high degree of light transmission. As a result, the edge filter glasses are particularly suitable for the visually impaired. The edge filter glasses are suitable for wearing over the correction frame.
Features / Components:
- hardly larger than traditional sunglasses for optimal protection without peripheral visual field restrictions
- good closure in the forehead and temple area thanks to the domed frame shape
- low weight thanks to plastic lenses
- Edge / comfort filter (optionally with additional 60% POL1 or 80% POL3 effect) for a wide variety of eye diseases for the best light protection, contrast enhancement and prevention of damage to the retina
- including SunCoat (hard layer and back surface ET)
- can also be glazed with correction glasses (curve 8)
Frame color: bronze
frame material: plastic
frame size: 63-18
glass material: polycarbonate
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The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.
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- tinted glass /
- ISO 22 03 /
- ISO 22 03 03 /
- cut-off filter glasses /
- reading aid /
- visual impairment /
- visual aid /
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update status: 12.03.2020
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