Clip Black Light Lamp a 3-Watt 385nm UV LED AC Bulb E27 85V-265V. Screws into your standard E27 Edison base light socket. Utilizes 3 x 1 Watt High Powered UV LED Bulbs, 385nm UV Ultraviolet 3-Watt LED Light Bulb - E26 / E27 AC 85V - 265V, LED's: 3 x 1-Watt 100 mW per UV 385nm LED, Light Output: ~ 300mW, Power Input: 85V - 265V AC, Power Consumption: 3.2 watts, Base: E26 / E27 Medium Screw-in Base, Beam Angle: 30 Degree, Lifetime: 36,000 hrs
BLACK LIGHT FEATURES:
(*) New! Screw-in 365nm LED light source (E27 base; 27mm)
(*) Voltage range 90-265Vac — works in USA and Europe.
(*) Works in any light fixture!
(*) Plus! Screw-in replacement for mercury in ballasted fixtures (*)
(*) True blacklight Alternate Light Source (no filter needed).
(*) Nichia high flux emitter with special lens (not a reflector!).
(*) Beam diameter is 6” (at 15” working distance).
(*) Current-regulated drive circuit maximizes output performance.
(*) Air-cooled; no fan required.
(*) Only 3 inches long.
(*) LED Lifetime 10,000 hours.
(*) Beam angle 10 degrees with no hot-spots or rings.
(*) Output power 325mW at 365nm peak.
(*) Shows dust and contaminants unlike any other light this size!
(*) Unbeatable for currency and document examination.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
(*) Screw in to standard light fixture.
(*) —OR— Screw in to ballasted light fixture to replace mercury vapor bulb.
(*) Turn off power when replacing blub.
(*) Use caution to avoid direct exposure to eye.
(*) Yellow or clear appropriate UV blocking eg. --UVGLASS1 UV Goggles glasses can be used.
(*) Not a toy — keep out of reach of children!
In the kind of world that we live today preventing counterfeit can be difficult
but with a UV black light you can verify the item in an instant. You can identify the authentication of important documents and items such as currency, bank drafts, bankbooks, passports and certificates. There are handheld black light lamps, torch lamps and UV counterfeit
detectors. In order to determine the best fit for you it is important to take into account the UV light irradiation and intensity, ambient light levels and process integration.