UV-A inspection lamp

  • 31-Aug-2010 09:23 EDT
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Spectronics’ Spectroline Tritan 365 ultrahigh-intensity inspection lamp is suited for nondestructive testing applications. The lamp features three ultrahigh-flux UL-A LEDs for NDT inspection, plus a white light LED to illuminate dark areas. It produces a nominal steady-state 365 nm intensity of 5500 µW/cm2 at a distance of 15 in. The versatile lamp meets MIL and ASTM intensity specs for FPI and MPI. It is compact and weighs 16 oz. A three-way rocker switch aids in control of the light sources, and a lightweight, angled lamp body ensures fatigue-free inspections.

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