Loctite 7020 UV Spot Radiometer - Electro-optic Wand Meter
Loctite 7020 UV Spot Radiometer - Electro-optic Wand Meter Loctite 7020 UV Spot Radiometer - Light Cure Wand Meter

Loctite 7020 UV Spot Radiometer - Light Cure Wand Meter
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Brand: Loctite

SKU: 302063

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$1,417.50

Range: 0 to 20 Watts per square centimeter
Resolution: 10mW/cm^2
Display: 3-1/2 digit LCD
Display time: 2.5 to 5 minutes
Spectral Range: 320 to 390nm (UVA region)
Battery Life: 12,500 hours continuous operation (over 100,000 readings)
 
Weight: 12.8 oz
Power Source: Lithium Battery Stick
Length: 6.42" (163mm) long
Diameter: 2.11" (53.6mm)
Measurement head: 1.55" (39.37mm) diameter Case Material: Aluminum, polyester and quartz
Operating Temperature Range: 0 - 70 degrees Celsius

The Loctite 7020 UV Spot Radiometer is a self-contained, electro-optic instrument designed to measure and display the UV power density (irradiance) emitted by a UV spot curing system. The units displayed are watts per square centimeter. Decreased radiant power related to the degradation of UV lamps, light guides and reflectors can result in declines in process efficiency or incomplete curing of Loctite Light Cure products. The Radiometer is designed to provide the operator with instant feedback as to the performance of the spot curing system based upon changes in the irradiance.

Product Features:
- Monitor UV spot curing system performance.
- Measure individual UV lamp performance.
- Measure light guide degradation.
- Optimize multi-pole light guide positioning.
- Determine proper intensity required for curing various materials.
- Meets ISO-9000 requirements.
- Includes adaptors for 3mm, 5mm, and 8mm size lightguides.

Radiometer Dosimeter includes:
- Instruction Sheet
- Carrying Case
- Calibration Certificate

RoHS Compliance Status: Compliant

Loctite 7020 UV Spot Radiometer Wand - Product Description Sheet (PDF)
Loctite 7020 UV Spot Radiometer Wand - Equipment Instruction Sheet (PDF)

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