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Radiometer

Radiometer

Product Code:UV Power Puck


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Features
  • Truly compact: 4.60" (117 mm) diameter - same as a CD!
  • Self-contained, battery powered
  • Total UV energy density, Joules/cm2
  • Peak UV irradiance, Watts/cm2
  • Measures four UV ranges simultaneously - UVA, UVB, UVC, UVV
  • Low battery indicator
  • User-replaceable lithium batteries
  • User-selectable data displays

 

Applications
  • Measure UV curing system performance
  • Determine UV lamp efficiency
  • Establish UV level for proper curing
  • Measure UV spectral distribution
  • Meet ISO 9000 requirements
     
The UV Power Puck is a self-contained, electro-optic instrument designed to measure and display peak UV irradiance and total UV energy density used in the UV curing process. The Power Puck's unique compact design, only 4.60 inches in diameter and 1/2 inch high, allows it to be placed directly in most curing environments. The instrument operates successfully in the extremes of UV and thermal radiation often encountered in UV curing systems.

A carefully designed optical sensing system measures total UV dosage on 4 different channels simultaneously. These four different channels represent four different UV bandwidths of interest for most curing applications: UVA (320-390nm), UVB (280-320nm), UVC (250-260nm) and UVV (395-445nm). The output of the sensing system is converted to digital form and displayed on the LCD by scrolling through a user-friendly menu. Total UV dosage, measured in Joules/cm2, is the result of the integrated irradiance during exposure time. It is how much actual UV energy was impinged on the unit from the time it encountered UV until the time the UV source was removed.

The UV Power Puck also has the distinct advantage of being the only radiometer able to monitor the peak irradiance in Watts/cm2 in each bandwidth. This allows the operator to determine not only the total energy density, but also how that energy density is delivered; i.e., what irradiance at what wavelength.

 

Specifications
Range
Standard Version UVA, UVB, UVV - 5mW/cm2 to 5W/cm2
UVC - 5mW/cm2 to 1W/cm2
10 Watt Version UVA, UVB, UVV - 10mW/cm2 to 10W/cm2
UVC - 10mW/cm2 to 1W/cm2
Low Power Versions UVA, UVB, UVV - 50uW/cm2 to 10mW/cm2
UVC - 50uW/cm2 to 10mW/cm2
UVA, UVB, UVV - 100uW/cm2 to 100mW/cm2
UVC - 50uW/cm2 to 10mW/cm2
Data Readings
UV Bandwidth
  • UVA (320-390nm)
  • UVB (280-320nm)
  • UVC (250-260nm)
  • UVV (395-445nm)
Total Energy Density 0 to 250 Joules/cm2
Peak Irradiance UVA, UVB, UVV - 0 to 5W/cm2
UVC - 0 to 1W/cm2
 
  • Internal Radiometer Temperature °Celsius (80°C max.)
  • Lo Batt Indicator
General
Display 4 digit LCD
User Interface Push button switch allows to obtain data from all display modes in each of the four spectral ranges
Accuracy ±5% typical, ±10% guraranteed
Spatial Response Approx. 4 minutes RUN mode; 2 minutes Display mode
Batteries 2 user replaceable lithium cells, Duracell DL2450, Sanyo CR 2450 or equivalent
Battery Life Over 1500 readings with tyical use
Dimensions (Dia x H) 4.60 x 0.50 in. (11.68 x 1.27 cm)
Weight 11.75 oz (333.11g)
Package Material Stainless steel and aluminum
Carrying Case
Construction Cut polyurethane interior. Soft, scuff-resistant nylon exterior cover
Weight 1lb (453.6 g)
Dimensions (WxHxD) 12 x 4.7 x 8.25 in. (30.48 x 11.94 x 20.96 cm)

 

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