About Dymax ACCU-CAL™ 160 UV Radiometer
Consistent UV curing requires periodic monitoring of UV intensity or dose. The Dymax ACCU-CAL 160 radiometer greatly simplifies both validating and monitoring a light-curing process for both UV curing flood lamps and UV curing conveyor systems. This UV Intensity Meter is available in both UV and LED versions and can measure emitted light up to 10 W/cm2.
It can be used to determine intensity (measured in mW/cm²) or total energy as derived from intensity and exposure time (measured in mJ/cm²). The unit is simple to operate and can be controlled manually via four buttons on the faceplate or by a USB remote interface. Measurement results are displayed on the integrated LCD display or transmitted by the USB remote interface to a computer.
For intensity measurement of UV curing spot lamps, please see the ACCU-CAL 50 radiometer.
Features & Benefits
- Simple to operate
- Compact, hand-held, battery operated instrument
- Useful for both UV curing flood lamps and UV curing conveyor systems
- Versions available for measurement of UVA light intensity (broad spectrum lamps) and LED light intensity
- Set screw locks lightguide in place for accuracy and repeatability
- PTB and NIST traceable
- Provides a quantifiable measurement to validate and maintain a light curing process
- Measures transmission rates through substrates to assure an effective curing process
|Spectral sensitivity||315 nm to 400 nm (UVA model); 355 nm to 455 nm (LED model)|
|Intensity range||1.0 mW/cm² to 10 W/cm²|
|Resolution||Intensity: 1 mW/cm²
Dose: 1 mJ/cm²
|Calibration period||12 months|
|Operating temperatures||0-75°C internal temperature; tolerates high external temperatures for short periods (audible alarm indicates when temperature has exceeded tolerance)|
|Measurement modes||Peak intensity (mW/cm²)
|Light sources||Dependent on model; UV or LED light-curing flood lamps and conveyor systems|
|Power supply||Lithium polymer battery, 800 mAh, charged via USB interface (Mini-B), 5 VDC, 500 mA|
|Battery life||10 hours (backlight on, no operation) or 6 hours (backlight on, full operation)|
|Carrying case dimensions (W x H x D)||274 x 89 x 197 mm|
- Last updated: October 2020
- Version: 2.4
Statements, technical information and recommendations contained herein are based on tests we believe to be reliable but they are not to be construed in any manner as warrantees expressed or implied. The user shall determine the suitability of the product for his intended use and the user assumes all risk and liability whatsoever in connection therewith.