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BS EN ISO is also applicable to all new and emerging ophthalmic instruments that direct optical radiation into or at the eye. You may experience issues viewing this site in Internet Explorer 9, 10 or Your basket is empty. BS EN ISO specifies fundamental requirements for optical radiation safety for ophthalmic instruments and is applicable to all ophthalmic instruments that direct optical radiation into or at the eye and for which there is a specific light hazards requirement section within their respective isl standards.
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Click to learn more. Fundamental requirements and test methods General requirements applicable to all ophthalmic instruments. BS EN ISO classifies ophthalmic instruments into either Group 1 or Group 2 in order to distinguish instruments that are non-hazardous from those that are potentially hazardous.
Overview Product Details BS EN ISO specifies fundamental requirements for optical radiation safety for ophthalmic instruments and is applicable to all ophthalmic instruments that direct optical radiation into or at the eye and for which there is a 15004–2 light hazards requirement section within their respective international standards.
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