ILT2400-UVC For Measuring Mercury, Excimer and UVC-LED Light Sources
265 nm Peak Sensor With Built-in UVC Bandpass Filter and Scanned Calibration At Each Wavelength
- Measures germicidal UVC from 230 - 280 nm
- Irradiance Range: 100 nW/cm2 to 1 W/cm2
- Dose Range: 100 nJ/cm2 to millions of mJ/cm2
- ISO17025 accredited NIST traceable calibration
- Portable, hand-held system
- Easy-to-use, app based interface with large touch screen
- Made in the USA
Complete System Includes
- ILT2400 light meter
- SED270C/W SiC Detector Scanned UVC Calibration with certificate
- USB Mini and Micro cable for use with PC software, data downloads and device charging
- DataLight III comprehensive software package for Mac and PC
- Rugged carrying case
Easily Validate the UVC Irradiance and Dose
The ILT2400-UVC Light Measurement System has everything you need to start validating the light output from your UV light source.
It's not enough to trust the manufacturer's specifications. You must verify that the system you're entrusting the health and well being of your patients to is doing what it says - deactivating germs and killing pathogens.
The ILT2400-UVC is specifically configured and calibrated at 265 nm to measure the UVC levels where most pathogens, including the COVID-19 virus, are inactivated (See graph above). With the touch of a button the ILT2400-UVC will do the following:
- Verify the fluence and fluence rate of light being emitted
- Validate the amount of light being emitted
- Confirm the amount of light reaching a surface
The ILT2400-UVC is a feature-packed hand held UVC meter/radiometer that allows on screen verification as well as datalogging of the light intensity of numerous type of UV sources for any disinfection application including surface, air and water regardless of the lamp type. The unit comes with an integrated kick-stand, allowing stationary positioning of the meter while in use. The detector is attached with 7' cable to help reduce the risk of tester exposure. The versatility of the ILT2400 is ideal for measuring a wide variety of systems in lab or in-situ settings.
About Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation
Also referred to as UVGI, it is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (UV-C) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions. The ILT2400-UVC light meter is a complete measurement system that includes the ILT2400 Meter, SiC sensor with UVC filter, a quartz diffuser and scanned UV calibration.