PowerMAX™ 365 Series UV-A LED Panel Flood Lamps – Discontinued
PowerMAX™ 365 Series flood lamps feature a panel of 16 powerful UV-A (365 nm) LEDs specially engineered for non-destructive testing applications. These versatile, stationary light sources can be installed overhead or in-line, and can be ganged together to provide an even wider coverage area.
This product has been discontinued.
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- Choice of two high-intensity models with a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity as high as 8,000 μW/cm2 or two standard-intensity models with a maximum UV-A intensity of 4,500 μW/cm2 at 15 inches (38 cm)
- Large coverage area of 15 inches by 6 inches (38 cm x 15 cm), with a minimum UV-A intensity of 2,000 μW/cm2
- Low visible light emission – less than 2 foot-candles (22 lux)
- Easily mountable for overhead inspection or in-line applications
- Built-in fans keep LEDs cool to maintain optimum light output during extended use
- Meets ASTM UV-A intensity and wavelength specifications for FPI and MPI
- Customizable! Multiple lamp units can be “ganged” together longitudinally or back-to-back for a larger coverage area to meet your specific inspection requirements
- Both high- and standard-intensity versions available with or without black light filter
- Standard-intensity lamps meet ASTM UV-A intensity and wavelength specifications for FPI and MPI, and come with a certificate of compliance for both wavelength and output measurements
Available in four models to meet your specific inspection needs: high-intensity and standard intensity versions, each with or without a black light filter. Ideal for NDT inspection booths, fluorescent penetrant and magnetic particle inspection, screening of fluorescent particles, wash station inspection and many other applications requiring maximum uniformity of UV-A coverage over a large area.
Standard Intensity Models
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