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Solar Light Company, Inc. Model PMA2110 UVA Sensor Video

Solar Light Company Inc.’s Model PMA2110 UVA sensor provides fast and accurate irradiance measurement in the UVA region, with spectral response from 320 to 400nm. Its Teflon diffuser assures an angular response close to a cosine function, making it suitable for measuring diffused radiation or radiation from extended sources. This sensor is ideal for measuring mercury, xenon, metal halide or fluorescent lamps commonly used for studies in the UVA region, as well as sunlight.

The measured irradiance is displayed in either mW/cm2 or W/m2, user selectable. Consequently, the integrated dose is shown in Joules/cm2 or kJoules/m2. The PMA2110 has a resolution of 0.001 mW/cm2 and a full scale of 200mW/cm2, allowing measurement of very weak and very strong signals with the same sensor. The effect of stray light is negligible.

Common applications include:
• Laboratory and Industrial Radiometry
• UV Curing, Printing, and Photolithography
• Skin and SPF Testing
• Clinical Studies
• Phototherapy
• Environmental Monitoring

Solar Light Company, Inc. has been recognized worldwide for over 50 years as America's premier manufacturer of precision ultraviolet light sources, solar simulators, and radiometers. Our standard line of UV, visible, and IR radiometers and light meters measure laboratory, industrial, environmental, and health related light levels with NIST traceable accuracy. Column ozone, aerosol, and water vapor thickness measurements, in addition to long-term global ultraviolet radiation studies all over the world are performed using our atmospheric line of instrumentation. Solar Light also provides NIST traceable spectroradiometric analyses, calibrations for light meters and light sources, accelerated ultraviolet radiation degradation testing of materials, and OEM instrumentation and monitors. Please visit for more details, specifications, and pictures!

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