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UV and Blue Light LED Curing Radiometer

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UV and Blue Light LED Curing RadiometerThe X1-1-RCH-116-4 UV and Blue Light LED Curing Radiometer from Gigahertz-Optik Inc. is able to maintain stability in high temperature and intense UV flood and spot curing environments.

The fully remote, controllable, four-channel X1-1 meter features auto-ranging from 0.1 pA to 200 uA or manual range selection; continuous watt, dose, run/stop, offset and peak hold functions; selectable integration time from 20 ms to 1 second, USB interface and backlit LCD.

The RCH-116-4 wand style detector consists of a Radin radiation integrator coupled to a stainless steel rigid tube housing a quartz light guide that pipes the light signal to a detector capsule housing the photosensor/filter assembly. The detector covers the spectral range from 350 to 465 nm with calibration points at key LED wavelengths of 365, 375, 385, 395, 405 and 436 nm, auto-ranging from 1 to 40,000 MW/cm2.

Jan 2017

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