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ANSI - ANSI Z80.1 - OPHTHALMICS – PRESCRIPTION OPHTHALMIC LENSES – RECOMMENDATIONS - VC Organization: ANSI
Date: 2015-08-20
Description: Relevant optical and physical specifications and tolerances of this standard also apply to uncut lenses. This standard does not apply to products covered by • ANSI Z80.3, American National Standard for Ophthalmics – Nonprescription sunglass and fashion eyewear requirements • ANSI Z80.31, American National Standard for Ophthalmics – Specifications for single vision ready to wear near vision spectacles • ANSI Z87.1, American National Standard for Occupational and educational personal eye and face protection devices • ASTM F803, Eye protectors for selected sports Purpose This standard reflects the shift in utilization from mass-produced lenses to a basic dependence upon custom-processed lenses.
ANSI - ANSI Z80.3 - OPHTHALMICS - NONPRESCRIPTION SUNGLASS AND FASHION EYEWEAR REQUIREMENTS - THE VISION COUNCIL Organization: ANSI
Date: 2018-03-13
Description: Lenses covered by this standard are not intended for use under conditions of reduced illumination; however, variable tint lenses that fade to a luminous transmittance greater than 75% are covered. Lenses with less than 75% luminous transmittance anywhere on the lenses are not suitable for driving under low light conditions, such as but not limited to twilight or night.
CRC - PRACTICAL LONGITUDINAL DA - PRACTICAL LONGITUDINAL DATA ANALYSIS Organization: CRC
Date: 1996-03-01
Description: A workbench guide that explains how a laser works, what a laser beam can do to biological tissue and eyewear lenses, and how to work safely with lasers. Annotation copyright Book News, Authors: David J.
CRC - PRACTICAL LASER SAFETY - PRACTICAL LASER SAFETY - SECOND EDITION Organization: CRC
Date: 1989-11-13
Description: A workbench guide that explains how a laser works, what a laser beam can do to biological tissue and eyewear lenses, and how to work safely with lasers. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc.
ANSI - ANSI Z80.31 - OPHTHALMICS – OPHTHALMIC OPTICS – SPECIFICATIONS FOR READY-TO-WEAR NEAR-VISION SPECTACLES Organization: ANSI
Date: 2017-12-12
Description: Requirements for physical and refractive properties, except prismatic power imbalance, are based on test methods and procedures described in ANSI Z80.1. Prismatic power properties and transmittance requirements in ANSI Z80.3 shall apply.
NEMA - ANSI C136.14 - ROADWAY AND AREA LIGHTING EQUIPMENT - ELLIPTICALLY SHAPED, ENCLOSED SIDE-MOUNTED LUMINAIRES Organization: NEMA
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: Historically, luminaires covered by this standard are elliptical in shape with lenses that meet the requirements of ANSI C136.17. Luminaires other than HID may have a different unique shape as long as they meet the requirements listed above.
ASTM F659 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR SKI AND SNOWBOARD GOGGLES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2010-02-01
Description: The scope of this specification shall include requirements for materials, optical properties, lens strength and retention, labeling, identification, and testing procedures.
NEMA - ANSI C78.51 - ELECTRIC LAMPS - LED (LIGHT EMITTING DIODE) LAMPS - METHOD OF DESIGNATION Organization: NEMA
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: Lamps with clear, frosted, opaque, or prescription lenses, and with various reflector and/or emitting coatings are covered.
ASTM F2879 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR EYE PROTECTIVE DEVICES FOR AIRSOFT SPORTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2018-04-01
Description: This specification does not limit the wearing of eyeglasses or contact lenses when used in conjunction with the EPD based on the information provided by the manufacturer in 9.2.21.
HPS - ANSI/HPS N13.32 - PERFORMANCE TESTING OF EXTREMITY DOSIMETERS Organization: HPS
Date: 2008-01-01
Description: Because the basis of the performance test is the personal dose equivalent at a depth of 0.07 mm, this standard does not apply to dosimeters used to assess the dose to the lens of the eye or the personal dose equivalent to the whole body.

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