Radiometer measures UV intensity of spots/floods/conveyors.

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Used to validate and monitor UV curing process, ACCU-CAL(TM) 50 performs repeatable measurements in UVA spectrum (320-395 nm) from 1 mW/cm² to 40.0 W/cm². It can also confirm that UV curing process complies with ACGIH safety guidelines for UV exposure. Featuring 12 month calibration period and photo-sensor assembly that protects against high temperatures, unit measures UV intensity as well as peak intensity and dose.

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New Accu-Cal(TM) 50 Radiometer Offers Simple and Accurate UV Intensity Measurement of Spots, Floods, and Conveyors

A radiometer is required to validate and monitor a UV curing process. Most radiometers are capable of measuring intensity from only one type of UV curing system such as a spot lamp, a flood lamp, or a conveyor. The ACCU-CAL(TM) 50 radiometer is compatible with all three types of UV curing systems. In addition to measuring UV intensity, the ACCU-CAL(TM) 50 also measures peak intensity and dose.

The ACCU-CAL(TM) 50 radiometer is simple to operate and offers repeatable measurement in the UVA spectrum (320 nm - 395 nm) from 1 mW/cm² to 40.0 W/cm². The ACCU-CAL(TM) 50 radiometer is compatible with all DYMAX floods lamps and DYMAX conveyors as well as the standard 3 mm, 5 mm, and 8 mm lightguides used with DYMAX UV curing spot systems.

In addition to validating and monitoring the intensity of a UV curing process, the ACCU-CAL(TM) 50 radiometer can also be used to confirm that a UV curing process complies with the ACGIH safety guidelines for UV exposure. The ACGIH recommends that operators not be exposed to more than 1mW/cm2 of UVA intensity continuously (a cloudless day provides 3 to 6 mW/cm²).

The ACCU-CAL(TM) 50 radiometer is designed for industrial use. A special photo-sensor assembly protects the photo-sensor from the high temperatures sometimes associated with today's high intensity UV spot lamps. The 12 month calibration period cuts calibration costs in half versus competitive radiometers with only a six month calibration period.

Capable of measuring intensity, peak intensity, and dose on spots, floods, and conveyors, the ACCU-CAL(TM) 50 radiometer is one of the most versatile and easy to use UV radiometers on the market today.

DYMAX Corporation is a technology-based company specializing in the formulation, manufacture and service of advanced assembly adhesives, coatings, masks, and light curing systems.

For more information, contact DYMAX Corporation, 51 Greenwoods Road, Torrington, CT 06790; Phone: 860-482-1010; Fax: 860-496-0608; Toll Free: 1-877-DYMAX-UV (1-877-396-2988); e-mail: or visit our website at

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