LUYOR-365L Series Broad-Beam NDT Inspection Lamps
LUYOR-365L Series NDT lamps feature three ultra-hi-flux UV-A LEDs for fluorescent inspection. Their broad-beam configuration provides an extremely wide coverage area, while a compact head design allows access into areas inaccessible to larger UV inspection lamps.
Available in TWO models to meet your specific NDT inspection requirements: high-intensity, and high-intensity with integral black light filters.
Choice of one high-intensity model with a nominal steadystate UV-A intensity of 9,000 μW/cm2 or with a maximum UV-A intensity of less than 5,000 μW/cm2 at 15 inches (38 cm)
Large 4 inch (10 cm) diameter coverage area at 15 inches (38 cm), with a minimum UV-A intensity of 2,000 μW/cm2
Low visible light emission – less than 2 foot-candles (22 lux)
Meets ASTM UV-A intensity and wavelength specifications for FPI and MPI
Certificate of compliance for both output and wavelength measurements is supplied with each lamp
UV-absorbing spectacles and soft carrying case included
LUYOR-365L Series portable, Include LUYOR-365A UV lamp, rechargeable LI-on, AC and DC cord sets, smart AC charger, UV-absorbing spectacles and soft carrying case.
nominal steady-state uv-a 365nm|
intensity at 38cm(15 inches)
diameter of uv-a coverage|
area at 38cm(15 inches)
with clear fulter
|9000UW/CM2||< 2 foot-candles(22 lux)||10cm(4 inch)|
with blacklight fulter
|5000UW/CM2||< 2 foot-candles(22 lux)||10cm(4 inch)|
|Light Source||3 UV-A LEDs,|
|Lamp Head Diameter||6.25 cm|
UV blacklights for use in conjunction with fluorescent dye penetrants and magnetic particles for highlighting defects in metals and ceramics.Examples include; hairline cracks in aircraft landing gear, automotive steering systems and many other safety critical components on which our lives may depend.Defects literally jump out at the inspector due to the dramatic contrast between the bright glowing image of a defect against a dull background.
Widest range of UV-A blacklights for NDT crack detection processes from portable UV torches to flood lamps. Selection of UV-A blacklight equipment should be optimised for a particular application and depends on the following requirements:UV light irradiation area，UV light intensity，Process integration