Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI)


The decontamination of personal protective equipment (PPE) requires accurate determination of UVC dose. Effective Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) methods employ UVC sensors to ensure exposure levels of materials during sterilization are both achieved and maintained. 

Highlighted below are the UVC monitoring and sensor solutions provided by Solar Light Company, Inc., to support UVGI protocols. 


Product Comparison

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SOLAR LIGHT PRODUCT Solarmeter® 8.0 Solarmeter® 8.0-RP PK2222-10-10 PK2222-1G-10 PK2122-20-10 PK2122-2G-10
DESCRIPTION Handheld, Single Button UVC Meter Handheld, Single Button UVC Meter with Remote Probe Handheld Radiometer, 1 UVC Germicidal Sensor, 10 m Cable Handheld Radiometer, 1 UVC (Extended Range) Germicidal Sensor, 10 m Cable Handheld, Data Logging Radiometer, 2 UVC Germicidal Sensors, 10 m Cable Handheld, Data Logging Radiometer, 2 UVC (Extended Range) Germicidal Sensors, 10 m Cable
DELIVERY (hrs) 48 48 72 72 72 72
INTENSITY X X X X X X
DOSE X X X X
REMOTE MEASUREMENT (3 ft) X
REMOTE MEASUREMENT (10 m) X X X X
SINGLE SENSOR X X X
DUAL SENSORS X X
UVC RANGE:
0 – 2,000 uW/cm2
X X X X
UVC RANGE:
0 – 20,000 uW/cm2
X X
DATA LOGGING  X X
NIST CALIBRATED X X X X X X