Gigahertz-Optik’s new Cure-Met UV radiometer is designed to handle the high temperature and intense UV or blue light levels normally found in UV curing processes.
The radiometer monitors and displays its internal temperature and corrects its reading to compensate for any temperature coefficient differences. Irradiance profiling is possible with its internal datalogger and graphical display mode. A reference measurement can be set, enabling the percent difference between subsequent test measurements and the reference to be displayed.
All measurement data can be exported to a PC via the device USB port and supplied user software. The Cure-Met is recharged when connected to the USB port. For precise UV curing measurements of LED light sources or other UV and blue light sources, calibration entries for key LED wavelengths are stored in the instrument for user selection to obtain the lowest possible measurement uncertainty.
Two versions are available:
- Cure-Met-LED for LED-based curing 350 nm to 460 nm
- Cure-Met-UVA for discharge lamp-based curing 328 nm to 382 nm
For more information, visit www.gigahertz-optik.com.