TINYTRACKER & TRACKERUSB

tinyTracker and TrackerUSB dosimeters are autonomous instruments for irradiance and dose measurement in UV belt systems. Due to the particularly flat design of the tinyTracker, this can be performed by irradiation of UV conveyor dryers and other industrial equipment. TrackerUSB is perfectly suited for rough environments.

The recording of values automatically starts when exceeding an adjustable minimum irradiance. The integrated radiometric sensors can be configured for different UV and visible spectral ranges. The integrated diffuser serves for cosine correction that is necessary in non-perpendicular irradiation. The sensors are calibrated to PTB.

The data recording is done on a removable SD card, data transfer - via USB. The power is supplied by a Li-Ion battery that provides a recording time of up to three hours. The Li-Ion battery can be charged directly via the USB interface. An additional power supply unit is included. The analysis and data export are done conveniently using a PC.

 

HIGHLIGHTS OF TRACKER FOR UV CONVEYOR BELTS

  • Low height of only 10 mm
  • Fast data recording with up to 25 measurements per second
  • Measurement of irradiance and dose 
  • Selectable spectral range
  • Single- and dual-channel versions, optional double-sided measurement

TECHNICAL DATA OF TRACKER FOR UV CONVEYOR BELTS

Measuring range 0-200 mW/cm² or 0-2 W/cm²
Resolution 12 bit
Recording time up to 3 h
Sampling frequency 2 - 25 Hz, adjustable
Nunber of sensors 2 tinyTracker, 1 TrackerUSB
Sensor position single or double sided
Cosine correction yes
Spectral ranges UVC, UVB, UVA, UVA+,
  VISB, VISBG or LUX
Dimensions tinyTracker 195 x 79 x 10 mm
Dimensions TrackerUSB 160 x 135 x 20 mm
Operating temperature up to 60 °C
Power supply internal Li-Ion battery
Interface MiniUSB
System requirements Windows 10 / 7
  300 MB HDD, 1 GB RAM

SPECTRAL RANGES OF TRACKER FOR UV CONVEYOR BELTS

UVC 200 - 280 nm
UVB 280 - 315 nm
UVA 315 - 400 nm
UVA+ 330 - 455 nm
VISB 400 - 480 nm
VISBG 400 - 570 nm
LUX 380 - 780 nm, V(λ)