UV-A Inspection Lamp Features Nominal, Steady-State UV-A Intensity

The UV-A inspection lamp meets ASTM UV-A intensity and wavelength specifications for LPT and MPT and provides a low visible light emission of less than 0.5-ft.-candle (5 lux).

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Paul N. Gardner Company introduces the Tritan 365 Tri-365SBLC inspection lamp featuring a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of less than 5,000 µW/cm2 at 15" (38 cm) with a 4" (10-cm) diameter coverage area at 15" (38 cm) and a minimum UV-A intensity of 2,500 µW/cm2.

The UV-A inspection lamp meets ASTM UV-A intensity and wavelength specifications for LPT and MPT and provides a low visible light emission of less than 0.5-ft.-candle (5 lux). A thermal cut-off circuitry prevents the lamp from going out of compliance when internal temperature exceeds specifications. The product also includes a certificate of compliance and full serialized validation report for both output and wavelength measurements supplied with each lamp.

Features include a faceplate with integral black light filters that reduce output of wavelengths longer than 400 nm, grip-mounted, three-way rocker switch (white light/off/UV) for easy control of light sources, and built-in fans that keep LEDs cool to maintain optimum light output during extended use.

The company offers a choice of standard 8-ft. (2.4 m) or 20-ft. (6.1 m) power cord with AC plug and rubber boot. UV-absorbing spectacles and a carrying case are included.

For more information, visit Gardco.com.

 

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