INLINE UV SENSORS

The UV inline sensor FLT is a compact, and precise measuring system for irradiance measurements in UV facilities, as

  • packaging systems
  • disinfection systems
  • systems for surface activation 
  • UV curing systems
  • Aging & test chambers

The system consists of a compact inline sensor for fixed installation or use with  radiometer RM-12 / RM-22. Reference measurements are simple and precise due to indentical shape of both sensor versions.

Our product range includes eight spectral ranges and four measuring ranges for the sensors. This allows the radiometric sensors to be optimally adapted for the application. The sensors are calibrated with traceability to PTB (Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt, the German national test authority); after being calibrated, they are supplied with a factory calibration certificate.

The radiometer RM-12 is a precise, hand-held device for measuring irradiances and illuminances. Compared with the RM-12, the RM-22 features a higher resolution, an extended measuring range, a PC interface and illuminated graphic displays.

For small control tasks, the inline sensor FLT can be connected to a panel meter, like RM-32. The RM-32 shows the current irradiance on a 3.5-digit digital display and offer potential-free relays contacts with adjustable switching thresholds for  warning and alarm signals.

 

APPLICATIONS OF INLINE UV SENSORS

  • UV and illumination sensors for PLC
  • Inline and reference measurements
  • Precise measurement of irradiance

HIGHLIGHTS OF UV INLINE SENSORS

  • Direct PLC operation
  • Reduced height
  • Long-term stability
  • Eight spectral ranges
  • Four measurement ranges

SPECIFICATIONS OF UV INLINE SENSORS

Dimensions 68 x 25 x 15 mm
Weight ~ 70 g
Measurement range 0 - 200 mW/cm²
  0 - 20 mW/cm² (opt.)
  0 - 2 W/cm² (opt.)
  0 - 20 W/cm² (opt.)
Operation temperature 0 to 60 °C
Storage temperature -10 to 60 °C
Humidity < 80% non-condensing

UV INLINE SENSOR SPECTRAL RANGES

UVC 200 - 280 nm
UVB 280 - 315 nm
UVA 315 - 400 nm
UVA+ 330 - 455 nm
UVBB 230 - 400 nm
VISB 400 - 480 nm
VISBG 400 - 570 nm
LUX 380 - 780 nm, V(λ)