Box of 3 BB7 Bulbs which is a 7-Watt UV LED light bulb that puts out 395nm ultraviolet light. It is powered by 110V or 220V AC power and uses a standard screw-in E27 base socket. The CNC machined aluminum body helps dissipate the heat and the 45 degree focus lens helps focus and intensify the ultra-violet light coming out of the bulbs. The BB7 consumes 7-watts of power and puts out the most UV light from a single LED bulb. Comes with two sets of lenses for each of the 7 bulbs. One set focuses the UV like a spot using 45 degrees, while your second set spreads the 395 UV light in a flood pattern.
Use the BB7 UV LED Ultra Violet Bulb to:
See Anqitue glass along with uranium glass and vasceline glass.
Discover forged document dectection.
A/C coolant leak detection (using dye)
Carpet inspection find pet stains.
Bathroom inspection fine urine stains.
Animal urine along with Human urine.
Arson Investigation Flashlights Lanterns
Semen in hotel room inspections.
Mineral Hunting including diamonds which is amazing all by itself.
Salmonella and Shigella bacteria detection
Contaminate inspection (clean environment) plus many more applications.
UV black light fluorescent inspection lamps can be used for scientific research. The lights range from 26W – 400W and should be optimized for a particular application. In order to do so you must take into account the requirements for UV irradiation area and intensity, ambient light levels and process integration. There is a wide range to select from, such as handheld black lights, flood lamps, torch lamps and double tube lamps. Always take into consideration the requirements and the purposes for which the lights are going to be needed.
What is the difference between the bulb types? There are two different factors in the bulb and there for the light cost. First is the wavelength. The lower the nm (Wavelength) usually the more cost in manufacturing such as 365 nm. 254 nm, which is short wave, is a lot more. Secondly, more intensity of the wavelength the higher the cost will be. These days has really spawned some great innovation creating high flux emitters which blows away traditional LEDs.
Does 365nm pick-up / show invisible ink etc. more intensely than 380-385nm versions? Depends on the color. All Clear Blues Invisible Inks and Paints can be seen with a wide range of UV 360-395 nm. The Clear Reds and Clear Yellow Invisible UV Inks require closer to 365 nm. So if you are using the MAR-C0 Invisible Blue Pen you can use just about any of our Black Lights and UV LEDs. For the Clear Red you will need a 365 nm such as the BMAG-365.
Do the higher wavelength of UV bulbs pump out more visible light thus diminishing the effect with the potential intensity of the items you are trying to see? Yes. In the case of using Clear Blue Invisible Inks and Paints then 385 nm to 390 nm is fine for a strong response. If you want more contrast then yes, 365 nm is what you want.