Rofin Polilight

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Rofin Polilight
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2012-04-13 10:51:12
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Polilight manual
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  1. The total skin exposure to direct beam should not exeed ______ minutes per day and _____ minutes of continuous exposure.
    12; 4
  2. Goggles to use for eye protection at UV 350 nm
    clear, yellow, orange and/or red
  3. Goggles to wear for protection at 415 nm
    yellow or orange
  4. Goggles to wear for protection from 450 nm to 505 nm
    orange
  5. Goggles to wear for protection at 505 nm to 650 nm
    red
  6. Goggles to wear for protection with white light
    Orange
  7. Goggle to wear for protection with IR
    goggles will not block IR
  8. Under ____ circumstances should the eyes be exposed to the direct beam produced by the Polilight
    no
  9. People within a working distance of ______ meters should have on protective goggles and clothing
    15
  10. Orange goggles provide adequate attenuation for all filtered light but not for direct beam white light exposures for daily periods exceeding about ____ minutes.
    20
  11. The red goggles provide adequate attenuation for 350, 505, 530, and 555 nm filtered light, however the red goggles give as little as ____ seconds protection for white or blue light (415 and 450 nm) for direct beam exposure.
    30
  12. With white light , the minimum safe distance of 15 meaters gives total permissible exposure time of ____ minutes for direct beam exposure.
    7
  13. Both at the scene of a crime and in the lab all people within a _____ meter radius of the polilight should have appropriate eye and skin protection to avoid exposure from passing glimpses and from highly reflective surfaces.
    15
  14. The polilight is a ______ watt forensic light source with ____ selectable and tunable filters.
    500; 12
  15. General searching (footprints) calls for a band of ______ to _________ nm, with _________ color light, and a band width of ______, and _____ colored goggles.
    • 400 to 680 nm;
    • white light band;
    • 280 nm;
    • orange
  16. General searcing (stains and fingerprints) calls for a band of ______ nm, with _________ color light, and a band width of ______ , and ________ colored goggles.
    • 350 nm (UV);
    • ultra violet ;
    • 80 nm;
    • clear, yellow, red or orange
  17. Blood prints, spatter, and GSR searching calls for a band of ______ nm, with _____ color light, and a band width of ____, and wearing _______ goggles.
    • 415 nm;
    • Violet (blood filter);
    • 40 nm;
    • yellow or orange
  18. General searching (semen, urea, fibers) calls for a band of ______ nm, with _________ color light, and a band width of ______, and wearing _________ goggles.
    • 450 nm/490 nm;
    • blue;
    • 100 nm/40 nm;
    • orange
  19. General searching (ninhydrin prints) calls for a band of ______ nm, with _________ color light, and a band width of ______, and wearing _________ goggles
    • 470 nm;
    • blue;
    • 40 nm;
    • orange
  20. Superglue and ninhydrin treated prints searching calls for a band of ______ nm, with _________ color light, and a band width of ______, and wearing _________ goggles
    • 505 nm;
    • Blue/Green;
    • 40 nm;
    • red or orange
  21. DFO treated prints, background reduction searching calls for a band of ______ nm, with _________ color light, and a band width of ______, and wearing _________ goggles
    • 530-555 nm;
    • Green/ Green/Orange;
    • 40 nm/ 27 nm;
    • red
  22. Ninhydrin treatments, background reductions searching calls for a band of ______ nm, with _________ color light, and a band width of ______, and wearing _________ goggles
    • 590-650 nm;
    • Orange; Orange/Red; Red
    • 40 nm;
    • Red
  23. Document examination calls for a band of ______ nm, with _________ color light, and a band width of ______, and wearing _________ goggles
    • IR;
    • Infra-red;
    • 240 nm;
    • no color goggles will work

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