Spectronics Corporation offers the PowerMAX™ 365 Series UV-A LED flood
lamps for NDT technicians that require an extensive coverage area. Each
lamp features a panel of 16 powerful UV-A (365 nm) LEDs specially
engineered for non-destructive testing applications. These versatile,
stationary light sources can be installed overhead or in-line, and can be
connected together to provide even wider coverage.
PowerMAX 365 Series lamps are available in four models: high-intensity and
standard-intensity versions, each with or without a black light filter. The two
high-intensity lamps produce a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of 8,000
µW/cm² at 15 inches (38 cm), while the two standard-intensity models
provide a UV-A intensity of 4,500 µW/cm² (maximum). All four models have a
large coverage area of 15 inches by 6 inches (38 cm x 15 cm), with a
minimum UV-A intensity of 2,000 µW/cm².
PowerMAX 365 Series lamps are ideal for NDT inspection booths,
fluorescent penetrant and magnetic particle inspection, screening of
fluorescent particles, wash station inspection and many other applications
that require maximum uniformity of UV-A coverage over a large area.
Standard-intensity models meet ASTM UV-A intensity and wavelength
specifications for FPI and MPI. A certificate of compliance for both UV-A
output and wavelength requirements is supplied with each unit.
Headquartered in Westbury, New York, Spectronics Corporation invented
fluorescent leak detection in 1955, and remains the world’s leading
manufacturer of ultraviolet equipment and fluorescent dyes. Spectroline®
cutting-edge, top-quality, industry-awarded lamps, dyes, radiometers and
diagnostic tools are built to exacting standards, and are used for literally
dozens of markets, some of which include Industrial, Air Conditioning &
Refrigeration, Laboratory, Semiconductor, Nondestructive Testing and
Forensics. Spectronics Corporation is dedicated to upholding high standards
in design manufacturing, ensuring customer satisfaction and developing
innovative technologies that make the world a better place.