Larson Electronics releases ultraviolet LED light fixture for industrial paint-spray booths
Leading supplier of explosion proof and industrial grade lighting Larson Electronics has announced the release of a 365 nanometer Ultraviolet LED Light fixture approved for paint spray booths.
The compact LED light head provides 35,000 mW of precise 365 nanometer ultraviolet LED light output.
The GAU-HB-100LED-RT-UVA ultraviolet LED light fixture from Larson Electronics provides operators with a powerful and energy efficient alternative to traditional luminaires with UV cutoff filters. Traditional ultraviolet lights require a coating to block out visible light or a special composition of gases and chemicals used to create a higher concentration of ultraviolet light. This process also produces many other wavelengths of light which go unused and end up as wasted energy. LED lights are unique in that they have a narrower wavelength band than traditional ultraviolet sources and therefore do not require these special coatings. As a result, LED lights do not produce unused, wasted light and consume less energy than traditional UV lights on the market. LED lights are capable of producing very specific wavelengths with tighter curves and are more durable as well as lighter in weight. The ultraviolet A wavelength produces a longer wave between the 400nm – 315nm spectrum. This LED light has a peak wavelength of 365nm.