UV Meter

UV HANDHELD METER HI1 SI1

This instrument is particularly useful in a fixed source chamber or in a surface disinfection environment where an accurate reading of UV C is required. This is a combination of our handheld meter the Hi1 and the circular sensor Si1. The sensor is placed in the area where the UV intensity is to be measured and a direct readout in mW/cm² can be seen on the digital display. 


UV METER (FOR USE WITH SENSORS)

The hand-held Hönle UV-METER measures exact data that is traceable to the German standard PTB (Physikalisch Techni- sche Bundesanstalt). The unit is available as a basic or high- end version. Different sensors cover wavelengths from 230 nm to 550 nm – UVC, UVB, UVA and VIS. The UV-METER with its wide range of interchangeable sensors makes it suitable for different manufacturing processes. Sensors are available both for UV point sources and surface irradiation equipment.


REFERENCE CALIBRATION METER MUV 2.4 WR

The UV measuring device MUV2.4 WR when used in conjunction with a UV sensor is designed as a reference measuring unit according to DVGW W294 and/or ÖNORM M5873. It is designed to check UV systems used for drinking water disinfection. For this purpose, the reference sensor is put into the measuring window instead of the system sensor.


UV DISC (UVC LOW PRESSURE MEASUREMENT)

The UVC Disc us a UV measuring device that has been designed to measure the dosage of low pressure uvc lamps, such as those used in uv disinfection (uv sterilisation) and decontamination processes. Manufacturers that use uvc lamps as part of their processes might include those in the food and beverage industry for example. If regular measurements are taken, it can provide useful information about when is the correct time to replace ageing UV lamps.

How to operate the UV Disc (UV Puck)

The UV Disk is placed on (or attached) to a surface in with the UV sensor on the back of the device facing the UV lamp to be tested. It records the UV that comes into contact with the sensor, and integrates the data during the irradiation period. The total irradiation level (UV dosage) is subsequently displayed on the screen in mJ/cm².