The most versatile, zoom in (fine beam, very bright) for distant objects, e.g. in a museum or for use in bright light; zoom out (wide beam, not as bright) for wide-area scanning of stock, banknotes beads etc.
Takes three AAA batteries, included.
Size: 95mm long X 18mm dia, (3¾ X ¾ inches)
Weight including battery: 55g
Light source: LED chip, Korean
Output (electrical): 3W
Output (light intensity): radiant flux* 700-900mW
* Like lumens. But lumens only refer to 'white' (visible) light.
This item takes four AAA batteries (supplied).
This can take a rechargeable lithium battery (plus battery charger) - optional extra.
- brightest for 5 hours (3 hours at its very brightest then 2 hours not quite so bright)
- then, over the next hours, it gradually dims, it still "works" but not at its best
- it is still 'lit' for another hours but too dim to be of use
Best alkaline (typically £1.00 to £1.50 per battery*):
- brightest for 9 hours (4 hour at its very brightest then 5 hours not quite so bright)
- then, over the next 3 hours, it gradually dims, it still "works" but not at its best
- it is still 'lit' for another 5 hours but too dim to be of use
Cheapest (typically 10p to 20p per battery*):
- brightest for: 40mns (20 minutes at its very brightest then 20 minutes not quite so bright)
- then, over the next ½ hours, it gradually dims, it still "works" but not at its best
- it is still 'lit' for another 7 hours but too dim to be of use
* This is just an example of the quality of battery, standard alkaline batteries are supplied with this item.
- what it is (and fascinating facts)
- different types (and their applications)
- general examples of items lit by UV light
Photos of what you will see with this (and other) UV lights:
- Paper (banknote, stamp, security marking)
- Uranium glass
- Porcelain repair detection
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
i want a tester to see if my hunting have a UV glow in them. what tester is best suited to my need
I don't know what a "hunting" is or why it should have a UV glow so I can't answer this question specifically.
Generally, the most flexible UV torch is this one.
After that, the 'best' is UV torch 5W + 18650 battery + charger | Quicktest
Or (not quite as good but ideal for carrying in a top pocket), UV torch 3W | Quicktest