EIT radiometers and on-line monitoring equipment provide UV users with the widest choice of instruments on the market. The radiometers are NIST traceable and most are available in a choice of four standard wavelengths.
Features of UV Radiometers - 3DCURE:
- Multiple measurement points - up to 32 sensors!
- Small, low profile Sensor with cosine response, each calibrated and serialized.
- Individual Sensors are single band and are available in any of EIT's four standard (UVA, UVB, UVC or UVV) bandwidths. The sensors can be combined in any combination of bandwidths to meet the measurement needs of your UV source(s) and process.
- Sensors are easily attached on either a permanent or a temporary basis.
- Flexible daisy-chained quick connector system allows the Sensors to be placed exactly where they are needed without creating an octopus maze of cables.
- An LED on each Sensor can be toggled via software to easily identify its location on the work piece.
Data Collection Module (DCM) /EIT Cure3D Software:
- The Data Collection Module (DCM) is small (4.5"L x 2.75"W x 0.8"H; 11.43 x 7.0 x 2.03cm), durable, portable; uses rechargeable batteries that provide power to the Sensors.
- The DCM attaches to the daisy-chained (multidrop) Sensors and travels through the process.
- The DCM stores the collected data from up to 32 sensors and transfers s digital data file to a computer via EIT Cure3D software.
- The Cure3D software displays the energy density (joules/cm2) and irradiance (watts/cm2) values, plus other pertinent information in table format from each Sensor in the chain.
- The data can be easily exported into a spreadsheet program such as Excel to allow analysis and sharing of the data. ActiveX controls are available to allow end users to manipulate the data in their particular format.
- The DCM with the attached Sensors can also be used in a tethered mode to a computer for instantaneous readings and feedback for immediate adjustment of UV lamps.