Laser classification standard DIN-EN 60825-1 - what

does it mean?

Since 1 January 2004, the European standard DIN EN 60825-1 classifies laser devices due to their dangerousness. That is, depending on the GZS (total permissible radiation) values, that the lasers are rated in laser classes. The GZS value is defined in the European standard DIN EN 60825-1 and specifies the limit values of the accessible radiation. LPS also develops and produces laser modules for industry and labs. However, due to possible audience scanning in the event and show industry, we only inform and focus on lasers used for laser shows at this point. We therefore also ignore medical lasers. We distinguish between 1, 1M, 2, 2M, 3R, 3B und 4. Source: VBG, Germany
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Laser classification standard

DIN-EN 60825-1 - what does

it mean?

Since 1 January 2004, the European standard DIN EN 60825-1 classifies laser devices due to their dangerousness. That is, depending on the GZS (total permissible radiation) values, that the lasers are rated in laser classes. The GZS value is defined in the European standard DIN EN 60825-1 and specifies the limit values of the accessible radiation. LPS also develops and produces laser modules for industry and labs. However, due to possible audience scanning in the event and show industry, we only inform and focus on lasers used for laser shows at this point. We therefore also ignore medical lasers. We distinguish between 1, 1M, 2, 2M, 3R, 3B und 4. Source: VBG, Germany
Laserklassen, Klassifizierung nach DIN EN 60825-1 von Lasershowsystemen Laserklassen, Klassifizierung nach DIN EN 60825-1 von Lasershowsystemen

Home >> FAQ >> General Information

MANUFACTURE IN GERMANY. Sales. Rental. Worldwide. Since 1993

ABOUT US
CONTACT LPS-Lasersysteme Mr. Siegmund Ruff / CEO Haidschwaerze 18 72131 Ofterdingen / Germany Phone: +49 7473 27 11 77 s.ruff(at)lps-laser.de
LPS-Lasersysteme Germany is IAAPA member
SHINE BRIGHT SINCE 1993.
LPS-Lasersystems offers German made products
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