Digital Radiometer accurately measures short-wave UV sources.

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Spectroline® DM-254XA allows measurement of 254 nm UV with better than ±5% overall accuracy, directly traceable to NIST. Hand-held unit measures from 0 to 19,990 µW/cm² and has resolution of 10 µW/cm² for high sensitivity. Silicon photodiode is sealed and fixed in metal/quartz package to protect against shock and humidity. Large, 4½-digit LED display is readable even in low-lighting conditions. Sensor head is attached to digital readout unit by 2 ft coiled cord.



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Short Wave UV Digital Radiometer Provides Super Accuracy


Westbury, New York - Spectronics Corporation has redesigned its Spectroline® DM-254XA short wave UV digital radiometer to ensure extremely accurate measurement of 254nm UV sources. It delivers reliable results for dozens of scientific, medical and industrial applications, ranging from erasing EPROM chips and semiconductor wafers to DNA research, virology and UV sterilization.

The new DM-254XA utilizes upgraded sensor components and improved
calibration light sources that ensure error-free readings and more repeatable results. A rugged silicon photodiode is sealed and fixed in a metal/quartz package to protect against shock and humidity.

The hand-held radiometer allows easy measurement of short wave UV (254nm) with an overall accuracy of better than ±5%, directly traceable to NIST. The meter measures from 0 to 19,990 µW/cm² and has a resolution of 10 µW/cm² for high sensitivity.

The DM-254XA has a large 4½ digit LED display that makes it easy to read even in low-lighting conditions. The sensor head is attached to the digital readout unit by a 2 foot (0.6 m) coiled cord that stores conveniently within the meter case lid.

For more information about the DM-254XA UV radiometer, write to Spectronics Corporation, Dept. 16, 956 Brush Hollow Road, Westbury, New York 11590. Call toll-free 1-800-274-8888 or fax 1-800-491-6868. Outside the U.S. and Canada, call 516-333-4840 or fax 516-333-4859. Website at www.spectroline.com.

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