The LS125 UV light meter is a smart host that can support 9 different types of probes. Its main function is data display. The UVCLED-X0 probe is one of the 9 probes equipped with the LS125 host. The probe's spectral response range is 230nm-315nm, suitable for intensity and energy detection of 260nm-285nm high power LED germicidal lamp, such as 275nm, 285nm LED light source.
If you want to know about other types of probes supported by the LS125 UV light meter host, please click "LS125 Multi-Probe UV light meter Host" for details.
Compared with traditional low-pressure mercury lamps, LED germicidal lamps have the characteristics of longer service life, more energy saving and higher efficiency. At present, they have been widely used in disinfection of various small household appliances. Such as: disinfection bags, bottle sterilizers, toothbrush sterilizers, wall breakers, trash cans, etc. In these places where LED germicidal lamps are used, the UVCLED-X0 probe needs to be used to detect the radiation intensity of its ultraviolet light source. For the LED lamp detection using LS125+UVCLED-X0 Probe ,please refer to the following video:
|Spectral response||230nm-315nm, suitable for testing 260nm-285nm sterilization UV LED|
|Power measuring range||0 - 200000μW / cm²|
|Resolution||0.1μW / cm²|
|Energy measuring range||0-9999999μJ/cm²|
|Sampling speed||6 times/second|
|Unit||μW / cm² (default), mW / cm², W / m²|
|Test Hole Diameter||￠=10mm|
|Probe size||Diameter 39mm × thickness 15mm|
|Packing box dimension||24*6*5cm (L * W * H)|
Wide spectral response
suitable for intensity and energy detection of 230nm-315nm high-power LED germicidal lamps. The most common LED light sources are 275nm and 285nm
Large measuring range of power
Large-scale measurement, the maximum power can be measured to 200,000 μW / cm²
LS125 UV radiometer + UVCLED-X0 probe has rich statistical functions, real-time power value, maximum value, minimum value, average value, measurement time and energy value are displayed at the same time
Advanced digital probe technology
Adopting advanced digital probe technology, all data collection and processing are completed inside the probe. Data transmission through digital signals with stronger anti-interference ability can ensure more stable test data
Units switchable freely
Three measurement units can be switched, namely μW/cm², mW / cm², W / m². Data conversion between different units does not require manual calculation
Qualifications and Standards
1. The difference between UVC-X0, UVCWP-X1 and UVCLED-X0 UV probes for LS125 UV light meter host
UVC-X0 and UVCWP-X1 probes are suitable for detecting 254nm low-pressure mercury germicidal lamps, while UVCLED-X0 is suitable for UVC LED light source; the UVCWP-X1 probe is a waterproof probe with 1m waterproof depth.
2. Which probe is recommended if I need to measure both 254nm low-pressure mercury lamp and UVC LED light course?
It is recommended to use the LS125 UV light meter host and UVC-X0, UVCLED-X0 probes.
3. Whether a traceable calibration certificate is included?
UVC-X0 and UVCWP-X1 are mainly used to detect 254nm low-pressure mercury germicidal lamps, which can be ensured to pass the inspection of the Metrology Institute and obtain a calibration certificate (approved by CNAS and ilac-MRA). The cost of the calibration certificate is about US$200 ; but the UVCLED-X0 probe is professionally used to detect UVC LED light sources. There is no unified inspection standard for LED light sources, each light source and UV energy meter manufacturer has their own calibration standards. We can provide the factory calibration reports for UVCLED-X0 probe, but no calibration certificates can be provided.
4. What's the working temperature of the UV probes?
The 9 probes of the LS125 UV light meter are not heat-resistant. The probe can be used for a long time at 80℃ or lower. If the temperature is higher than 80℃, it is recommended to use UV energy meter for UVA light source detection.
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