ILT770-NB Complete System For Measuring 254 nm UV Germicidal/Disinfecting Light Sources
Narrow Band 254 nm Anti-Microbial / Disinfection Light Meter
- Measures germicidal UV from 249- 259 nm with Narrow Band 254 nm filtration/calibration
- Irradiance Range: 0.02 mW/cm2 to 400 mW/cm2
- Dose Range: 0.02 mJ/cm2 to 999 KJ/cm2
- ISO17025 accredited, NIST traceable calibration for results you can trust
- Portable, hand-held system
- Easy-to-use interface
- Made in the USA
Complete System Includes:
- ILT770 light meter
- Detector with built-in 254 nm narrow band filter
- Calibration certificate
- USB cable for use data downloads and device charging
- Rugged carrying case
Above price includes 10% discount off of regular price
Simplifying UV-C Light Measurement
The ILT770-NB UV intensity meter and measurement system as everything you need to start validating the 254 nm light output from your anti-microbial / germicidal / UV disinfection system. It's not enough to trust the manufacturer's specifications. You must verify that the system you're entrusting the health and well being of your patients to is doing what it says - deactivating germs and killing pathogens.
The ILT770-NB is specifically configured and calibrated to 254 nm where most pathogens, including the COVID-19 virus, are deactivated (See graph above). The ILT770-NB's narrow band filter is specifically designed to measure UV systems, such as low-pressure mercury, with a peak irradiance at the 254 nm wavelength. Regardless of the light source your system uses, with the touch of a button the ILT770 will do the following:
- Confirm the amount of light reaching a surface
- Calculate the dose in J/cm2
- Graph the output over time
- Validate the Min max and average irradiance (mW/cm2)
- Save the results for exporting to your PC
Validating your UV disinfection system does not need to be a complex task. The ILT770 simplifies light measurement by automatically selecting the input range (auto-ranging) so the user does not need to manually dial it in. Easily toggle between irradiance and dose readings with a single button. The graphical interface not only displays the uniformity of the light over time, but also calculates the min, max and average. The detector is attached with 3' cable, reducing the risk of user exposure. The Sensors low profile housing makes lamp access easy.
ILT is an USA-based company. We have been designing light measurement systems since 1965. All of our meters are built and calibrated on-site at our Peabody, Massachusetts head quarters. We are an ISO9001 certified facility and our calibration lab is ISO17025 accredited. All of our meters come with an ISO17025 accredited calibration certificate and are NIST traceable.
About Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation
Also referred to as UVGI, it is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (UV-C) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions. The ILT770-NB will allow users to verify the output of their lamps is effectively irradiating the exposed areas.