MicroCure® & DataReader
Miniature UV Radiometers
The MicroCure® is an extremely small radiometer that samples at an effective sample rate of 2048 Hz. This small size allows it to be used im small curing applications such as cans, tubes, bottles; small fixturs including medical chambers and digital printing. The EIT DataReader is used to display the peak irradiance (W/cm²) and energy density (J/cm²) collected by the MicroCure®.
The MicroCure® is available in UVA (10 Watt, 2 Watt and 200 mW) and UVV (10 Watt and 2 Watt) versions. The UVV version will go out of production soon (March 2020).
The data is displayed in a portable DataReader. The radiometer is suitable for numerous applications – especially where space is limited.
EIT’s MicroCure® measurement system is comprised of two separate stand-alone items; the data collection radiometer 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 and adaptability to address a variety of demanding physical and thermal measurement environments.
Each MicroCure® is good for 200 readings or one year; whichever comes first.