The CON-TROL-CURE® DISKURE 365™ radiometer is a self-contained UV dose measuring instrument small enough (5.5" diameter x .5" height) for use in most UV curing ovens. A sensor on one side is exposed to the radiation and the other side contains a digital LCD which displays direct energy readings in millijoules per cm2.
The aluminum housing can withstand exposure to oven temperature as well as intense vibration and shock. This durability makes the DISKURE 365™ ideal for measuring UV light energy in harsher environments such as photosensitive resist exposure systems, web processing equipment, print plate exposure systems and most UV curing ovens.
To use, switch the ON/OFF toggle to turn the radiometer on. Place the radiometer on the conveyor face down. Special filters and photodiodes absorb the visible as well as the IR portion of the light, so that measurements are made only on the required spectral region. After exposure, the radiometer’s LCD shows the total UV measured in millijoules/cm2 to which the unit was exposed.
|Overall Dimensions:||5.5" diameter x .5" height|
|Spectral Range||250 to 410 nanometers|
|Linearity and Repeatability||Up to ±1%|
|Measuring Range||0 to 5,000 milliwatts/cm2|
|Heat Resistance||70°C (long exposure duration)|
|Readout||Six (6) digit Liquid Crystal Display|
|Housing||Aluminum/stainless steel cover|
|Power||3.6 V Lithium-Battery, 100µA(10,000 running hours) Factory recalibration and battery replacement are recommended.|
|Calibration Requirements||Every 12 months depending on use (average use: once a day; heavy: 3-5 times/day)|
DISKURE 365™ radiometers require calibration every 12 months depending on use. Typically, the intensity of the UV light in a curing processor will eventually cause degradation of the UV lamp reflector materials. This intensity will also affect the components of a frequently used radiometer. This is why regular calibration is suggested. We recalibrate your DISKURE 365™ and replace the battery. Recalibration of the DISKURE 365™ is normally completed after 2-3 weeks from the time we receive it.