The MicroCure is a small and light weight radiometer that measures energy (mJ/cm2) and peak intensity (mW/cm2) in UVA. 

The data is displayed in a portable DataReader. The radiometer is suitable for numerous applications – especially where space is limited.

The MicroCure measurement system from EIT is comprised of two separate stand-alone items. The data collection radiometer MicroCure which is placed in the ultraviolet (UV) environment to be measured, and a DataReader which reads and displays the measurement results from the radiometer.

The UV integrating radiometer is a microprocessor-based, electro-optical instrument that measures and accumulates the total UV energy that is applied to the measurement surface of the instrument.

The MicroCure radiometer measures the total amount of UV energy that would be impinged on a work piece passing through the curing system and the peak UV irradiance. The radiometer combines very small physical size (3.3 x 2.5 x 0.6 cm) and adaptability to address a variety of demanding physical and thermal measurement environments.

MicroCure and DataReader