PK2122-20-10 Dual-Input Radiometer Kit - Solarlight

PK2122-20-10 Dual-Input Radiometer Kit

The PK2122-20-10 Dual-Input Radiometer Kit includes a PMA2100 Handheld, Data Logging Radiometer and 2 UVC Germicidal Sensors with a 10 m Cable.

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Description

The decontamination of personal protective equipment (PPE) requires accurate determination of UVC dose. With PMA UVC germicidal sensors from Solar Light Company, LLC, you can determine the exact UVC dose reaching the PPE from outside the room. Full data logging capabilities and alarm set-points are available for up to 2-channels.

PMA2100 Dual-Input Radiometer 

  • Measures UVC Dose and Intensity 
  • Manual or Automatic Data Logging 
  • 2-Channels 
  • Measures 0-2,000 μW/cm2 or 20,000 μW/cm2 UVC Intensity
  • NIST-Traceable Calibration
  • Made in USA

Kit Includes:

  • PMA2100 Handheld Radiometer
  • 2 x PMA 2122-10 UVC Germicidal Sensor (UVC Intensity Range 0-2,000 uW/cm2) with 10m Cable
  • Universal Power Supply
  • Rechargeable Battery
  • Battery Charger
  • PMA Organizer Software (Software is listed under ‘Literature and Downloads’ Tab)
  • Carry Case
  • NIST Certificate

Our state of the art single output 16S- Series Solar Simulators produce solar UV radiation in the 290-400nm range, and can be quickly and easily configured by the user to provide UVA only, UVB only, UVA+B, or full spectrum sunlight optionally.

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0.4” (1 cm)

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Vertical Downward, Vertical Upward, or Horizontal (for all models - please specify at order)

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Xenon Short Arc (For All Models)

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150W (For All Models)

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±5% (For All Models)

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A (IEC 60904-9 2007)<br> A (JIS C 8912)<br> A (ASTM E927 - 05)

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< ±2% rms

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B (IEC 60904-9 2007)<br> B (JIS C 8912)<br> B (ASTM E927 - 05)

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3” (7.6 cm)

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n/a

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Near Zero

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Factory Set Limit is 150 watts max

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32°F to 95°F / 0°C to 35°C

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-4°F to 185°F / -20°C to +85°C

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0 to 95% non-condensing

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Forced air

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EN61010-1 Laboratory, EN60335 Appliances, IEC60601-1 Medical

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EN55011 Emissions, IEC60601-1-2:2001, 2nd Rev 2 Medical, IEC61000-3-2 Harmonic, IEC61000-3-3 Flicker, IEC61000-4-2 ESD, IEC61000-4-3 Radiated, IEC61000-4-4 EFT, IEC61000-4-5 Surge, IEC61000-4-6 Conducted, IEC61000-4-11 Voltage Dip, IEC61000-4-8 Magnetic Field

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18 oz. (510 grams)

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2 Sockets with Up to 2 Analog Signals Each

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±0.4V, ±4V, Auto Ranging

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15μV on 0.4V Range

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>2x10^5

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0.5% FS All Ranges

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32 to 120°F (0 to +50°C)

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Max 50ppm/°C

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4 x AA NiCd or Alkaline Batteries, 9-12V AC or DC Charger

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Up to 40 Hours Between Charges

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RS-232 Serial Interface and Opto-Isolated Digital I/O

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12-Button Keypad

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4” x 1.75” x 7.5” (10 x 4.3 x 19.2 cm)

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2.25” x 1.25” (5.7 x 3 cm)

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18 oz. (510 grams)

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<sup>1</sup> The biological effects of UV-A radiation - Edited by F. Urbach and R.W. Gange, Praeger Publishers, New York, 1986 <br> <sup>2</sup> Nichodemus F., “Self study manual on optical radiation measurements”, NBS Technical Note 910-1 (1976).

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UVGI Brochure

Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) Brochure

PMA Organizer Software

PMA2100 Brochure

Model PMA2100 Data Logging Radiometer Data Sheet

Quick Start Guide

PMA2100 Quick Start Guide

User Manual

Model PMA2100 Data Logging Radiometer User Manual

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