How to check UV dosage of curing or sanitizing system – an affordable and easy to use meter
This nifty device is great for measuring the UV dosage in automated or systematized UV curing or sanitizing processes, like photo-resist exposure, board printing systems, furniture finish production lines and PCB manufacturing. This device will allow you to understand and optimize your curing and sanitizing systems because you’ll be able predict required exposure time or dosage amounts needed to produce the best products.
How does it work?
Cure Check Device Features
UV Spectral Range measuring ability
Able to measure 300 – 410 nm, that is the full range of Ultraviolet radiation.
Accuracy ± 5%
Able to measure UVC230-280nm mask ultraviolet sterilization mask ultraviolet sterilization
Dimension - Small, Compact and Lightweight
Made of aluminium with an integrated heat shield able to withstand a maximum ambient temperature of 100 ° C for 10 seconds
Strong Power Supply
And because CureUV cares about adding value to your business we've also got the EIT UV Power Puck II for more advanced readings - millijoules, wattage, and a graphs. Check it our here.
UV radiation can be harmful to eyes so great care and safety should always be used with testing or using all UV related products
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
hello , what is the main difference this uv cure check device against uv power pack II.
Grant, the main difference is: the CureUV Cure Check UV Dosimeter is for checking dosage ONLY and the EIT PowerPuck II measures dosage AND intensity.
Hello. I am interested how reports are look like? Does it show result for UVA,B,C in Jules and Watts? Is there and graph also?
Hello Marko, this device checks dosage and shows it as mJ/cm² (millijoules per centimer squared) but doesn't display a graph. If you need to measure intensity or display millijoules, wattage, and a graph, we also offer the EIT UV Power Puck II: https://www.cureuv.com/products/eit-power-puck-2-uv-radiometer
The EIT Power Puck has a graph illustrating the collected UV irradiance and energy for each of the UV bands. Data is expressed in mW/cm² vs. time.