EIT Power Puck II UV Radiometer - Light Intensity Meter
The radiometers that first set the standard for the UV industry are now setting a new standard with advanced features and an easy to read display, multiple user selectable modes, and PC communication for data logging and trending capabilities, and process verification.EIT UV Power Puck II Brochure with Specifications (PDF)
The new EIT Instrument Markets UVICURE Plus II and UV Power Puck II are advanced versions of the UVICURE Plus and UV Power Puck widely used throughout the global UV industry. With user selectable sample rates, these new instruments can be used for fast conveyor lines or slower lines, and measurements are compatible with other EIT products.Features:
Easy to Use. One-Button Operation for On/Off and Run.
Easy to Read Data Display of All 4 Bands.
Data collected for all 4 bands on the UV Power Puck II is displayed simultaneously on screen in mW/cm2 and mJ/cm2 for quick and easy viewing by the operator. No need to toggle through all eight readings, one screen at a time. Soft buttons are used for function selections, and are indicated on the bottom of the display for easy operator selection and use.Standard EIT Multiple Bandwidths:
UVA (320-390nm), UVB (280-320nm), UVC (250-260nm), UVV (395-445nm)
Standard unit - 10 Watt; UVA, UVB, UVV; 1 Watt UVC. Low Power unit -100 mW
Provides user selectable instrument default modes for data analysis and comparison, screen, and operational settings.Reference Mode:
Used for comparison between readings. Can be useful for system setup and troubleshooting. The user can store the selected UV reading in the radiometer as a base line or reference reading, then compare that reading to another. The radiometer will display both readings and indicate the percentage of change between readings. Data is displayed in mJ/cm2 and mW/cm2, and percentage.Graph Mode:
A graph illustrating the collected UV irradiance and energy is displayed for each of the UV bands. Data is expressed in mW/cm2 vs. time. Graphs at right illustrate both a one and two-lamp system.User Selectable Sample Rate:
Smooth On Data: Compatible with previous Power Puck versions. Smooth Off Data: Compatible with UV PowerMAP at over 2000 samples per second.
Unit of Measure:
The unit of measure is user selectable to provide ease of reading for operators. Display the data as you want to see it. Selections are: mJ/cm2, mW/cm2, J/cm2, W/cm2, µJ/cm2, µW/cm2Colorful, Easy to Read Display:
Select low, medium, or high intensity for the graphical display.
Serial communication protocol between unit and PC. Download collected data to a computer for statistical analysis and data logging, and process verification.EIT UV Power Puck II Users Manual (PDF)
Features at a glance:
- Measures UV Peak irradiance (microW/cm2, mW/cm2, W/cm2) and total energy density (microJ/cm2, mJ/cm2, J/cm2) of one spectral bandwidth (Uvicure Plus II) or 4 different bandwidths simultaneously (UV Power Puck II).
- New graph, data, and reference modes to provide choices in how to view the collected data.
- Compact Size: 4.6" Diameter (117mm) x 0.5"H (13mm)
- Self-contained - battery-powered (user-replaceable AAA batteries).
- Unit communicates via cable to your PC.
- Curing applications of inks, adhesives, solder masks, and epoxies (not for use in web press applications).
- Measures lamp performance.
- Compares the efficiencies of different UV curing systems.
- Compare any current reading to chosen baseline reference to compare your system over time.
- Establish UV level for proper curing.
Display: Easy to Read, Yellow Text on Black Background
Suggested Dynamic Ranges: 10 Watt: UVA, UVB, UVV - 100mW/cm2 to 10W/cm2; UVC - 50mW/cm2; to 1W/cm2; Low Power Versions: UVA, UVB, UVC, UVV: 1mW/cm2; to 100mW/cm2; *Please note that units will "turn on" at irradiance values lower than the suggested operating ranges.
Accuracy: +/- 10%; +/- 5% typical
Spectral Ranges: 4-channel simultaneous and continuous monitoring. 320-390nm (UVA), 280-320nm (UVB), 250-260nm (UVC), 395-445nm (UVV)
Spatial Response: Approximately cosine
Operating Temperature: 0-75 degrees Celsius Internal temperature; tolerates high external temperatures for short periods (audible alarm indicates when temperature has exceeded tolerance).
Time-Out Period: 2 minutes DISPLAY mode (no key activity).
Battery: Two user-replaceable AAA Alkaline Cells
Battery Life: Approx. 20 hours with display on
Dimensions: 4.60 x 0.50 inches; 117 mm x 12.7 mm (D x H)
Weight: 10.1 ounces (289 grams)
Package Material: Aluminum, stainless steel
Carrying Case Material: Cut polyurethane interior, scuff resistant nylon exterior cover.
Carrying Case Weight: 9 ounces (260 grams)
Carrying Case Dimensions: 10.75 x 3.5 x 7.75 inches; 274 x 89 x 197 mm (W x H x D)
UV Power Puck II
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