UV Light Meter

UV light meters can help protect works of art, by monitoring the levels of exposure. It is recognised that a major cause of damage to museum works of art can be light, with the most damaging being the UV content.

These light meters measure proportion of UV present (µW/Lumen), the total amount of UV (µW/M²) and the amount of visible light present (Lux). The amount of UV should be as little as possible and in general should not exceed 20µW/M² or 75µW/Lumen. Normal museum light levels should be limited to 150-250 Lux. Once measurements have been observed action can be taken, light levels altered, if necessary UV filters fitted to display cases, windows and fluorescent tubes.

The UV light meter (952-7650) will measure UV present (µM/Lumen) the amount of UV (µM/M²) and the amount of visible light present (Lux or Foot-candles).

For data logging you will require product 952-7650C.

Further information in 'Specification' tab below.

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UV Light Meter 7650
P952-7650 952-7650
Pack Size: Each Price: £505.00 ex VAT In Stock
UV Light Monitor with data logging
P952-7650C 952-7650C
Pack Size: Each Price: £625.00 ex VAT In Stock
Accessories to fit
Recalibration for Environmental Monitors
P684-7648 684-7648
Pack Size: Each Price: £105.00 ex VAT Made to Order
Visible wavelength range: Visible power range: UV wavelength range: UV power range: UV proportion range:
400-700nM 0.1 - 200,000 Lux (0.1 – 20,000 foot-candles) 300-400nM 2-50,000 mW/M² 0-10,000 µW/Lumen

Display resolution
Lux: 0.1 to 100 then 1
Foot-candles: 0.1 up to 100 then 1
UV: 0.1 up to 100 then 1
Proportion of UV: 1 µW/Lumen

Accuracy
Visible: 5% ± 1 displayed digit
UV: 15% ± 1 displayed digit

Angular response light & UV Cosine
Batteries: Rechargable NiMH
Dimensions: 150 x 65 x 25mm
Weight: 165g with batteries

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