UV201 Ultraviolet Radiometer
The UV201 radiometer is typically used on high intensity sources to give fast and accurate measurements of UV irradiance in industrial applications.
An adaptor is also supplied to position over the detector the tip of a Series 300 liquid light guide from a spot curing source such as Irradian's Flexicure.
A range of detectors covering bands in the ultra violet and blue regions of the spectrum are available for use with the UV201 radiometer.
UV202 Ultraviolet Radiometer
The prolific use of sun tanning ultra violet sources has created the requirement for a radiometer that has the ability to measure the output from a variety of different sources and also indicate if there is an incorrect lamp fitted.
To achieve this the UV202 has a different set of calibration factors for up to five types of tanning lamps. In addition the measuring head has both a UVA and a narrow band UVB3 sensor within the probe. Selection between the two sensors and the lamp types is through the front panel key switches.
UV203 Ultraviolet Radiometer
The versatile UV203 ultra-violet radiometer has a laboratory detector with up to three interchangeable filter rings covering selected bands of the ultra-violet spectrum.
The microprocessor control within the display unit features auto or manual ranging, RS232 communication to a PC and special functions for integrating the signal or recording the maximum, minimum and average signals.
The laboratory detector has an integral multiple gain range amplifier with signal digitising providing high sensitivity and low noise measurements.
UV203/3 Underwater Ultraviolet Radiometer
The underwater UV203/3 ultra-violet radiometer has a detector head housing up to three photodiode detector, filter glass and cosine diffuser packages,covering selected bands of the spectrum. The standard ranges offered are UVA, UVB and a flat, photometric-range response (RFF-Vis), but other responses are also available on request.
The microprocessor control within the display unit features auto or manual ranging, RS232 communication with a PC and special functions for integrating the signal or recording the maximum, minimum and average signals.
Each separate detector has an integral, multiple-gain-range transimpedance amplifier with signal digitising, providing high sensitivity and low noise measurements.
Further key designs features include;
- Fully submersible detector head up to 10 metres.
- Cosine response with individual diode/filter combinations.
- Aluminium body with resistant anodising.
- High stability silicon photodiodes.
Please contact Irradian for further details.