ACCU-CAL™ 160 Radiometers

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ACCU-CAL™ 160 Radiometers – UV or LED Intensity Meter

For UV Light-Curing Flood Lamps and Conveyor Systems




Consistent light-curing requires periodic monitoring of light intensity or dose. The ACCU-CAL™ 160 radiometer greatly simplifies both validating and monitoring a light-curing process. This radiometer is available in both UV and LED versions and can measure light up to 10 W/cm2 emitted from stationary light-curing flood lamps or lamps used in conveyorized processes. It can be used to determine intensity (measured in mW/cm2) or total energy as derived from intensity and exposure time (measured in mJ/cm2). The unit is simple to operate and can be controlled manually via four buttons on the faceplate or by a USB remote interface. Measurement results are displayed on the integrated LCD display or transmitted by the USB remote interface to a computer.

Two Reasons to Use a UV Radiometer

  • Validating and Maintaining a Light-Curing Process – A radiometer provides a quantifiable measurement that verifies if the light-curing process is operating within the qualified parameters. Since all UV bulbs degrade over time, the radiometer will reveal the optimal time for bulb replacement in an UV-curing device. Radiometers provide the same monitoring control for light-curing processes that thermometers provide for thermal processes.
  • Measuring Transmission Rates Through Substrates – A radiometer can be used to measure the light transmission rates of various wavelengths through substrates that absorb various frequencies of energy. To assure an effective curing process it is critical to measure the light intensity reaching the cure site below any intervening substrate.


Part Number PN 41590 ACCU-CAL™ 160 radiometer – UVA
PN 41585 ACCU-CAL™ 160 radiometer – LED
Light Sources UV light-curing flood lamps and conveyor systems
Spectral Sensitivity 315nm – 400 nm (UVA model)
355nm – 455 nm (LED model)
Intensity Range 1.0 mW/c㎡ to 10 W/cm2
Accuracy ±0.5% typical
Resolution Intensity (1 mW/cm2)
Dose (1 mJ/cm2)
Calibration Period 12 months
Operating Temperature Ranges 0-75℃ internal temperature; tolerates high external temperatures for short periods
(audible alarm indicates when temperature has exceeded tolerance)
Measurements Peak intensity (mW/cm2)
Dose (mJ/c㎡)
Power Supply Lithium polymer battery, 800 mah, charged via USB interface (Mini-B), 5 VED, 500mA
Battery Life 10 hours (backlight on, no operation) or 6 hours (backlight on, fill operation)