UV Radiometer User Manual
Linshang LS126C UV radiometer user manual mainly explains the detailed products from the application industry, technical parameters, spectral response, product characteristics, instrument operation, measurement considerations, national standards and other aspects.
1. UV radiometer application
UV radiometer is mainly used for UV energy, UV intensity detection of 254nm ultraviolet germicidal lamps in hospitals, disease control centers, pharmaceutical factories, food and drug administrations and other fields. The UVC band of ultraviolet light, also known as short-wave sterilization ultraviolet, which is mainly used for sterilization. The Linshang LS126C UV radiometer is designed to measure UV intensity of UVC waveband. That is, 253.7nm UVC short-wave ultraviolet light emitted by a low-pressure mercury lamp. The light intensity meter specifically measures the UVC ultraviolet radiation energy per unit area.
2. UV radiometer technical parameters
Spectral response: 230nm-280nm, λp = 254nm
Measurement accuracy: ± 10%
Range: 0 - 20000 μW/cm2
Recording period: 10 minutes / 100 minutes / 600 minutes
The host size: (L*W*H) 148mm * 76mm * 26mm
Bluetooth transmission distance: 50 meters (empty area)
Display: 240 * 160 dot matrix LCD
3. LS126C UV radiometer spectral response graph
The Linshang LS126C UV radiometer uses a highly accurate UVC filter. The instrument has almost no response to other wavebands except for UVC band. The UVC meter uses a professional ultraviolet probe to eliminate the influence of other bands on the measurement accuracy of the instrument.
4. UV radiometer characteristics
The instrument has UV light meter APP and Bluetooth function. Wireless data monitoring can be realized within 50 meters. You can avoid watching the data from being burned by ultraviolet rays.
The light intensity meter can be scheduled to shut down, automatically save measurement data when shutting down.
Equipped with USB communication port and dedicated PC software. The software has parameters configuration, data reading, UV power data Excel table export, UV power graph generation and other functions.
The UV lamp intensity meter has comprehensive measurement data, which can measure real-time value, maximum value, minimum value, average value, measurement time, and record date/time. It can also display UV power graph for analyzing the change trend of UV lamp luminous intensity after lamp lighting.
The UV radiometer comes with a real-time clock, which can trace the specific measurement time of the measurement results.
5. How to measure UVC light?
Linshang LS126C UV radiometer has simple operation. If you need to test the UV light irradiation intensity, it will help you a lot. We will list the specific operation steps below (If you want to know how to measure UV-A and UV-B, please read "How to Measure Ultraviolet Radiation Intensity by a UV Lamp Intensity Meter?":
Connect the UV radiometer to the mobile phone via Bluetooth.
Place the meter on the provided 1 meter hook.
Short press the power button , the meter will display the latest measurement data.
Short press the power button to start test.
Place the UV radiometer under the 254nm germicidal lamp.
Open and germicidal lamp and the test person can leave the room.
Test person can view the real time data outside of the room through mobile phone, so that people won't get hurt by the UVC rays.
6. Precautions when using UV radiometer
Please turn off the phone when not in use. The calibration period is one year
Avoid contact with corrosive materials and keep away from high humidity environment.
Avoid contamination of the photosensitive part of the probe.
When the instrument is not used for a long time, be sure to store the instrument in a low humidity environment.
When the instrument displays low battery, you need to replace it with a new one.
The above are the application, UV band spectral response graph, characteristics, precautions of Linshang LS126C UV radiometer. Want to know more about the LS126C UV radiometer, please contact our sales engineer via email : firstname.lastname@example.org.