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12/17/2014

Inspection Lamps for Non-destructive Testing

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A dual intensity feature provides both high and standard UV-A and white light output for added versatility.

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Quadran 365 Series NDT lamps feature four ultra-hi-flux UV-A LEDs plus a white light LED to quickly switch between fluorescent inspection and flaw location. A dual intensity feature provides both high and standard UV-A and white light output for added versatility. The lamps' broad-beam configuration produces an extremely wide coverage area, making them ideal for both handheld and in-line applications, according to the company. Models are available either with or without integral black light filters to meet specific inspection requirements.

Quadran 365 and 365 S-Series lamps are available in two models: (QDR-365 and QDR 365BL), (QDR-365S and QDR-365SBL). The QDR-365 and the QDR-365S come with a standard faceplate. QDR-365SBL and QDR-365BL are equipped with a faceplate containing integral black light filters that reduce the output of wavelengths longer than 400 nm.

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