Máy đo UV LED L-365, 385,395,405

The LEDCure® from EIT comprises a new family of radiometers designed specifically to measure
the energy generated by UV LED systems. EIT’s LEDCure instruments use a patented “Total
Measured Optic Response” which incorporates all optics in the instrument “L-Band” response. The
L-Band response supports variations in the LED Center Wave Length (CWL) and provides extremely
consistent and extremely accurate readings; run-to-run, unit-to-unit and source-to-source.
Top: LEDCure Radiometer
Above: LEDCure Display Screen
Far Left: L395 Total Measured Optic Response
Left: Profiler Comparison of LED at different
heights from the substrate
LEDMAP™ Radiometers
Applications with high process speeds, such as digital LED printers, require a radiometer with high sample rates to capture accurately
the irradiance (Watts/cm2) and energy density (Joules/cm2) values and profiles as a function of time. These measurements can made
by the LEDMAP™ which also can measure and profile process temperatures.
With an user adjustable (128-2048 Hz) data collection speed, the LEDMAP allows the user to measure and accurately plot individual
LED passes at process speeds exceeding 400 feet (122 meters) per minute. The UV data is transferred to EIT’s PowerView III Software.
The LEDMAP is currently available as a single band (L-395) unit.
Right: Data collected at 400
FPM on a digital printer
with an LED on either side
of the print head. Irradiance
profile shows 31
passes (62 LED exposures)
over 68 seconds.
LEDCure® Radiometers
·  Single Band LEDCure® instruments are available with L365 (340-392 nm), L385 (360-412 nm),
L395 (370-422 nm) or L405 ( 380-432 nm) responses
◊ Standard Versions of the LEDCure® provide Irradiance (W/cm2) & Energy Density (J/cm2)
values. The irradiance profile (Watts/cm2 as a function of time) is shown on the display.
◊ Profiler Versions of the LEDCure® also allow the Irradiance Profile to be transferred to a
computer for further analysis and evaluation with EIT’s UV PowerView® III Software.