This multi-range sensor will measure the intensity of electromagnetic radiation in the ultraviolet (UV) A and B bands of the spectrum.
This sensor uses a photodiode sensitive to UV in the range 215 nm to 365 nm with maximum spectral sensitivity at 300 nm.
Measurements can be recorded at three levels using either a slow or fast response range. The slow response ranges are the most commonly used and are suitable for most investigations. The fast ranges are used to show mains frequency ultraviolet fluctuations (a source of interference for general work).
The Ultraviolet (UV) radiation band in the electromagnetic spectrum extends from very short wavelengths of 100 nm up to 400 nm, which is just above violet light in the visible region of the spectrum. The wavelength of UV-B band, the primary danger to humans is between 280 to 315 nm. The UV-A, the least harmful band is between 315 to 400 nm.
The SmartQ Ultraviolet Sensor can be used to investigate a number of scientific experiments such as:
All our sensors are supplied with 5 years warranty and lifetime
For customers outside of the UK, please contact Data Harvest or an overseas distributor within your country.
All available downloadable product resources such as manuals and firmware for the Ultraviolet Sensor
|Ranges||3 levels using a Slow or Fast response range (6 in total)|
|Range 0 to 50||0 to 50 W/m2 (Resolution <0.04 W/m2)|
|Range 0 to 5||0 to 5 W/m2 (Resolution <0.004 W/m2)|
|Range 0 to 500||0 to 500 mW/m2 (Resolution <0.4 mW/m2)|
What's in the box
|1x Ultraviolet Sensor|
Photodiode is sensitive to UV in the range 215 nm to 365 nm (0.215 – 0.365 microns).
Maximum spectral sensitivity at 300 nm.