UV Radiometer-Selection of Laboratory

From:Linshang Time:2019/06/03 10:14:00 Browse:41
The 9 different ranges of probes on the Linshang LS125 UV radiometer meet the needs of different test conditions.

    Different types of light sources are used in the laboratory when doing different experiments. The 9 different ranges of probes on the Linshang LS125 UV radiometer meet the needs of different test conditions.
    Nowadays, UV lamps are often used when conducting experiments in universities or in research and development of laboratory. In any case, if an ultraviolet light source is used, the intensity of the ultraviolet light source is required. The
LS125 UV radiometer developed by Linshang Technology is an instrument specialized in testing UV intensity.
    UV is ultraviolet light which is invisible to the naked eye. It is a piece of electromagnetic radiation beyond visible purple light, the wavelength is in the range of 10 ~ 400nm. In application, it can be divided into UVA band 315~400nm, UVB band 280~320nm, UVC band 200~280nm. Different bands have different effects, just like UVA band is applied in UV curing, UVC band is applied in UV sterilization and the UVA and UVB bands are applied in aging experiments.
    The lab will do different experiments according to user requirements, and different types of light sources will be used. The wavelength band of ultraviolet light will also vary. Measuring ultraviolet light depends on the specific conditions of the light source to select the appropriate instrument. Since many different light sources will be used, if each light source is equipped with one instrument, it will cause serious waste in resources and cost.
    
An LS125 UV radiometer can intelligently match nine different ranges of probes. The test requirements for using different light sources in the experiment can be meet for the light source can match different probes.

LS125 UV radiometer

   The probes of Linshang LS125 UV radiometer are different in range and spectral response curves, meeting the individual needs of all customers. This solves a problem in the laboratory's demand for instruments.

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