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Spectroradiometers and broadband radiometers, although quite different in their principles and purposes, are often used to perform the same task of monitoring biologically effective UV exposure. In... (View Full Article)
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The recently developed filter ozonometer MICROTOPS II No. 3128 (MTops 3128) was purchased in October 1996. Almost two years of intensive comparative measurements with the regular spectrometers Dobson... (View Full Article)
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Mounting concern about the ozone layer depletion and the potential ultraviolet exposure increase accelerate the need for an accurate ultraviolet radiation monitoring. To assure the accuracy of... (View Full Article)
(Meters, Readouts and Indicators)
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Dynamic range plays a major part in radiometry. A dynamic range in excess of 1010 is a natural outdoor occurrence from hazy moonlight to direct sunlight. A radiometer's dynamic range should be... (View Full Article)
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The intensity of ultraviolet radiation at the surface of the Earth is modulated by aerosols and ozone within the atmosphere. Since ozone absorbs shorter wavelengths more effectively than longer... (View Full Article)
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The Personal Measurement Assistant (PMA2100) in conjunction with a suitable detector can monitor and control the delivered exposure in time or dose from a light source. Any detector whose signal can... (View Full Article)
(Meters, Readouts and Indicators)
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The PMA family of meters are designed to save customers the time and cost of finding, purchasing, learning, and utilizing meters which are dedicated to one operation. The PMA meters incorporate a... (View Full Article)
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Soon after the discovery of microorganisms, biologists began to observe that many varieties of these creatures were able to be incapacitated by exposure to sunlight. Following the discovery of the... (View Full Article)
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A UV-B meter having sharply increasing sensitivity with decreasing wavelength can be shown to well represent a large number of known biological action spectra. The accuracy of the meter, which is... (View Full Article)
(Hand, Power and Assembly Tools)
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Ultraviolet (UV) Curing is a process which utilizes light energy to increase the viscosity of a material after it has been applied to another surface. Generally, a liquid material is coated onto the... (View Full Article)
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Measuring ultraviolet radiation in the Biosphere and the stratosphere's ozone is important to different disciplines and done with unique meters. Combining the 2 measurements allows calculation of... (View Full Article)
(Meters, Readouts and Indicators)
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Ultraviolet (UV) radiation has biological effects on our population. It can injure the eye and skin, but also produces vitamin D from exposed skin. Strong doses can cause painful sunburn but even weak... (View Full Article)
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Stratospheric ozone is known to be the most important atmospheric factor determining clear sky UV-B radiation reaching the Earth's surface. The potential increase of UV-B exposure is the cause of... (View Full Article)