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UVICURE® Plus II & UV Power Puck®


Uvicure Power Puck and Profilers
UVICURE Plus II
A single band radiometer
Power Puck II
A four band radiometer

The radiometers that first set the standard for the industrial UV curing industry now have the ability to be used with display or as a profiling radiometer that transfers the irradiance profile to a computer for analysis.

 

Features

Instrument Features On All "Puck" Style Instruments
  • The UVICURE Plus II or UV Power Puck II instruments are available in three dynamic (operating) ranges. (Please specify if mid or low range is required)
    • The standard range (10 Watt) works well for high power curing applications.
    • The mid-range (1 Watt) works well with low power arc lamps and in applications with lamps that are non focused or away from the cure surface.
    • The low range (100 m/W) works well in exposure systems and applications with low power lamps.
  • EIT Puck and UVICURE Plus instruments are available in UVA (320-390nm), UVB (280-320nm), UVC (250-260nm), UVV (395- 445nm)
  • Easy to Use: Single Button for On/Off and Run Mode makes it easy to collect and view data.
  • Data Mode: Uv data (joules/cm2, watts/cm2) displayed on one screen for up to 4 bands.
  • Graph Mode: A graph illustrating the collected UV irradiance and energy is displayed for each of the UV bands. Graph shows the irradiance profile as a function of time (mW/cm2 on y-axis, time on x-axis).
  • Reference Mode: Allows the user to store a run into the instrument memory to allow for easy comparison to current UV conditions.
  • Setup Mode: Soft buttons are used for function selections, and are indicated on the bottom of the display for easy operator selection and use. User can decide what screen mode & units to display and also select the sample rate.
  • Smooth On: Compatible with previous sampling rate on legacy Power Puck units sampling at 25 samples per second.
  • Smooth Off: Compatible with UV PowerMAP sampling rate at over 2000 samples per second.
  • Top to Bottom: Data Mode, Graph Mode, Reference Mode, Setup Mode
  • Display Mode: Easy to use on the production line with irradiance (W/cm2), energy density (J/cm2) and irradiance profile information easily available on the display.
Display Modes
 
Software Display Transmission Scan
Instrument Display-Graph Mode Profiler instrument data screen by band Transmission Scan (UVA range not available)

Technical Data

Technical Data (Subject to Change Without Notice)
Display: Easy to Read, Yellow Text on Black Background
Suggested Operating Ranges: Standard High Range: UVA, UVB, UVV - 100mW/cm2 to 10W/cm2 / UVC-10mW/cm2 to 1W/cm2
Mid-Range: UVA, UVB, UVV - 10mW/cm2 to 1W/cm2 / UVC: 1mW/cm2 to 100mW/cm2
Low Power: UVA, UVB, UVV - 1mW/cm2 to 100mW/cm2 / UVC - 1mW/cm2 to 100mW/cm2

Units will “turn on” and display data at irradiance values much lower than the suggested Operating Ranges. The suggested Operating Ranges are where the instrument performs best.
Accuracy: ±10%; ±5% typical
Spectral Ranges (UV Power Puck II): 4-channel continuous monitoring. Standard version: 320-390nm (UVA), 280-320nm (UVB), 250-260nm (UVC), 395-445nm (UVV)
Spectral Ranges (UVICURE Plus II): 1-channel continuous monitoring. Standard version: 320-390nm (UVA), 380-410nm (UVA2 for LED monitoring and additive bulb monitoring), 280-320nm (UVB), 250-260nm (UVC),
395-445nm (UVV)
Spatial Response: Approximately cosine
Operating Temperature: 0-75°C Internal temperature; tolerates high external temperatures for short periods (audible
alarm indicates when temperature has exceeded tolerance)
Smooth Modes: Smooth ON: Effective Sample rate of 25 samples/second
Smooth OFF: Effective Sample rate of 2048 samples/second
Smooth PROFILER: Effective Sample rate of 128 samples/second
Sample Rate for Profiling: The Profiler instruments use a fixed sample rate of 128 samples/second for profiling. For best matching between instrument display and PowerView Software®II values, use Smooth PROFILER mode
Memory Capacity for Profiling: The memory capacity of the Power Puck®II and UVICURE® Plus II Profilers in Profiler Mode is sufficient to collect data for >100 minutes
Power View Software® aII: National Instruments LabVIEW based programming designed for Windows XP, Windows NT, Windows Vista and Windows 7. Collected data stored in LabVIEW based *.tdms files
Time-Out Period: 2 minutes DISPLAY mode (no key activity). A no time-out mode can be ordered
Battery: Two user-replaceable AAA Alkaline Cells
Battery Life: Approximately 20 hours with display on
Dimensions: 4.60 x 0.50 inches (117 x 12.7 mm) D x H
Weight: 10.1 ounces (289 grams)
Instrument Materials: Aluminum, stainless steel
Carrying Case
Material: Cut polyurethane interior. Scuff-resistant nylon exterior cover
Weight: 9 oz. (260 grams)
Dimensions: 10.75"W x 3.5"H x 7.75"D (274W x 89H x 197D mm)
Specifications are subject to change

UVICURE® Profilers and Software

EIT Profiler instruments contain the same functions and features as the standard Puck II instruments. The new Profiler function allows the transfer of the numerical (irradiance, energy density) values and the irradiance profile to your computer via a USB port for analysis with the new PowerView Software®. The Puck Profiler Instrument features
  • Fixed sample rate of 128 samples/second
  • Memory supports data collection of over 100 minutes
  • Information displayed on the screen for production team, transfers to computer for analysis & archiving
  • Upgrade to existing USB port instruments with return to EIT
 
PowerView Software® II
  • New program for use with Profiler instruments
  • Analyze up to four UV bands on two different files or a single UV band on four individual files
  • Display instrument data by UV band (UVA, UVB, etc.) or units/parameter (irradiance, energy density)
  • Enhanced note and information options to add information to your collected files
  • Easily share & paste information into reports/ programs
Tables and Graphs Data
 
File Info Display
File information includes data transferred from instrument as well as user added
information. Select from templates & text or customize to your needs.
 
Profiler Mode adds the ability to transfer the irradiance profile and data to a computer for further analysis and evaluation.

Profiler Screen Data

Profiler instrument irradiance screen from computer

Instrument Wipes

EIT Instruments Wipes EIT has sourced an industrial grade optics wipe that can be used for cleaning the optics on our UV measurement products. Careful cleaning of the outer optics will help your EIT instrument perform as designed between service intervals.
  • Contain a fast evaporating, mild solvent for cleaning EIT optics
  • Are non-linting and non-abrasive and are packaged in boxes of 50
  • Do not contain any detergents or surfactants to harm the optics
  • Stay individually sealed until used
  • Eliminate any contamination of the cleaning solution from material on the optics, transfer of adhesive from a cotton swab or other lab/ production activities using the same supply of IPA
 
How to Use:
  1. Examine the instrument to determine if it needs cleaning.
  2. Carefully blow or brush loose particles away from the optics. Handheld bulbs to blow air are available from camera stores.
  3. If needed, use "canned air" in very short (< 1 second) bursts from 8-10 inches or more away from
    the optics. Short bursts from a distance will minimize the transfer of any additives from the 'canned air' to the optics. If using compressed air, make sure it is oil free, "instrument grade" air.
  4. EIT suggests the use of gloves to prevent the transfer of oils from your hands to the wipes and possibly to the optics of the instrument. Handle the gloves from the wrist and not the part of the glove that will hold the wipe.
  5. Once the sealed package is opened, the wipe can be unfolded and the optics cleaned with a gentle circular motion. We suggest bunching a small section of the wipe to start.
  6. Move to different areas of the cloth wipe and bunch new sections as you clean. The Wipe is large enough that you may be able to clean multiple instruments. Properly dispose of the wipe.

 

Prices

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Prices subject to change    Prices listed in US dollars for domestic shipments within US, Canada, & Mexico only    Export orders require quotations - click here for a quote     For more info call us 1-800-762-2478 or 954-946-9454.
Item Number Item Prices

Carrying Case and NIST traceable calibration certificate

UV-5020 UVICURE Plus II, UVA (320-390nm) 1,685.00
UV-5025 UVICURE Plus II, UVV (395-445nm) 1,685.00
UV-5050 UV Power Puck II, UVA, UVB, UVC, UVV Ranges 3,864.00
13521 UVICURE Profiler II with software, UVA, UVB, UVC, UVV Ranges 8,742.00
This equipment is in conformity with the following standards and therefore bears CE marking: IEC 61326-1:2005, EN55011:1998, EN61000-4-2:1995, A1:1998, A2:2001, EN61000-4-3:2002, A1:2002, following the provisions of the applicable directives: 98/34/EEC and amendments, 89/336/ EEC and amendments.
EIT Instruments Wipes
UV-520401 EIT Instrument Wipes (Pack of 50) 43.00



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