The Oriel Sol-UV simulators feature a patent-pending optical design to achieve spectral compliance, using a proprietary filter and unique geometry to meet all applicable standards for a light source for SPF testing. The output beam sizes include 2 x 2, 4 x 4, or 6 x 6 inches. Calibration-
Optional filters that provide UVA, UVA-I, UVA-II, and UVB tailored output are available, making Sol-UV a versatile tool for applications such as phototoxicology, photostability/
Sol-UV features include: non-uniformity of irradiance of less than 5 percent over the entire sampling area; variable output attenuation from 10% to 100% of available solar constants (without affecting spectral compliance) using an integrated attenuating aperture; temperature sensors and safety interlocks to prevent inadvertent exposure to UV radiation; a black, non-reflective surface to minimize stray light; and easy lamp replacement. For more information regarding Oriel’s new Sol-UV Series, please visit:
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