The model number BFS500W-365 is a super strong black light floodlight made with pure 365 NM UV LEDs. Risk Reactor Inc.'s UV LEDs and black lights are now used for flexo printing, screen printing, screen exposure and adhesive curing. Risk Reactor Inc. manufactures its own LED products to offer its best potential for a targeted application. Risk Reactor Inc. UV LED units produce more usable UV energy and deliver exceptional UV curing opportunities, and have longer curing unit lifetimes than competitors’ black light units.
CRI: Above 80
Luminous Efficiency: 100lm/W-140lm/W
Driver Brand: Taiwan Meanwell driver
Input Voltage: AC100-277V
Beam Angle: 15°, 40°, 90°, 30°*70° ,49°*21°136°*78°
Warranty: 3 years
Certification: CE, RoHS, FCC
IP Grade: IP66
Can be Dimmable
High black light energy volume is used in these applications.
Decorating Laser Tag Parks, Arcade Rooms, and Bowling Alleys
Producing artistic lighting effects at live performances
Detection of counterfeit artwork or currency
Aiding forensic investigations
Mineral and rock hunting
Black light energy is also called ultra violet light and is absorbed by the fluorescent reactive coatings emitting the glowing light. The inside of fluorescent tube lamps work the same way. Photonic energy reacts with fluorescent material and the energy is re-emitted as visible light. There are multiple types of UV energy and the most common use for our products is the 365 NM long wave type. When you are in the market for a black light you want maximum effect from your UV light source. Most black light reactive materials use the long wave 365 NM wavelength. This UV light source has low apparent visible light noise. Giving the reactive surface a greater difference visually then using a higher wavelength. Now with that being said there are some materials that need 395 NM. But generally speaking the 365 NM wavelength ensures the fluorescent object, and not the surrounding surface, is illuminated perfectly. Risk Reactor Inc.’s 365 NM ultraviolet light produces a near pure black light output which is the best frequency for typical UV fluorescent applications.