Magnetic & Stackable

A new barrier filter system

Enhance Impression Evidence.


ForensicFlare Light is the first forensic light to introduce the efficient BarrierCone system.


The BarrierCone system is a quick and efficient alternative to other barrier filters and makes it easier to use barrier filters in combination with the forensic light.

Attach the BarrierCone system to your ForensicFlare Light and you will have a high-quality colored barrier filter to eliminate unwanted light. The BarrierCone system can replace alternative barrier filters such as goggles, sheets of plastic, etc. when working at a crime scene and will increase work efficiency and evidence collection.

Easy to use

The BarrierCone can be attached to the front of the ForensicFlare Light with an intuitive magnet system and is quick to detach again. 


The BarrierCone is compatible with our new selection of bandpass- and beam shaping filters and will add a new dimension to evidence collection. 


To provide maximum freedom in any situation the user can choose how the order of attached filters and BarrierCone need to be for the specific task. If the task requires the a bandpass filter and BarrierCone it is easy to setup and change if needed.

Increased freedom

The BarrierCone is available in 4 traditional barrier filter colors, Transparent, Yellow, Amber, and Red.


Use the BarrierCone to block undesired wavelengths from the target area and increase the efficiency of detecting evidence and photography results.


The BarrierCone can be used in various phases of forensic photography and makes it possible to obtain great results in the field and laboratory.

What is a barrier filter

Colored barrier filters are frequently used in combination with forensic light sources to visualize fluorescence when reviewing evidence. To capture the imprint with the best possible contrast to the surroundings, processing evidence for impressions, such as latent prints, footwear, and biological stains, is one of the main objectives.

This enables the examiner to distinguish clearly between the impression’s features and the ambient noise. Utilizing colored barrier filters to help the examiners reduce the backdrop of an impression is one way to accomplish this goal.