Heraeus Noblelight has launched NobleProbe, a measuring instrument specifically for UV LEDs. The device can be used to take precise measurements of irradiance in the near UV range.
NobleProbe is designed to determine irradiance within a wide measuring range from 1 mW/cm² to 100 W/cm² at wavelengths of between 365nm and 460nm. The meter's temperature-insensitive detector is optimised for LED applications and therefore ideal for the narrow-band spectral emission range. NobleProbe is a CE-compliant measuring instrument with battery operation for mobile as well as stationary use.
Its small size (145 x 63 x 30mm LxWxH) and low weight (15 g) make the NobleProbe a universal UV LED measuring instrument.The device can be stored at temperatures between -10° and 50° C and take measurements at an ambient temperature of 5°C to 40°C. The results can be viewed immediately on the graphical LCD display, stored, and transmitted to another device via the USB port. The NobleProbe comes with USB cable, driver software and one detector heads in a handy hard-top case. The UV LED measuring instrument is calibrated in Heraeus Noblelight's own accredited measuring laboratory.