LE Black Light Flashlight, Small UV Lights 395nm, Portable Ultraviolet Light Detector for Invisible Ink Pens, Dog Cat Pet Urine Stain, AAA Batteries Included
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There is an advertisement for a light that states its wavelength is Some resins such as nail polish commonly use 395nm as their curing wavelength this wavelength can also be used for certain consumer resins It makes sense). It is estimated that this light will work, but it may not be powerful enough to work as fast as you might like.
I suggest using a device that is for your intended use, but a black light is not the appropriate format (a small flashlight) for your use. If you are seeking consistent results, I suggest you use an appropriate device.
It is useful for detecting items containing fluorescent materials.
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I purchased them for my daughter and grandson to assist them in their rock and mineral collecting. Long-wave UV lamps (when supervised) produce relatively safe UV that is suitable for use around children. In terms of the purpose intended, they work as expected and, in fact, they perform even better with synthetic gemstones like rubies and spinel. To the amusement of my grandson, they also show where the family dog has had "accidents" in the past. To prevent battery leakage from damaging the battery holder, you should replace the original "heavy duty" batteries with alkaline batteries as soon as possible. this is a decent portable longwave UV light for an entry-level price.
Each morning, I take a coffee break and, when close to the office, nuke the cup immediately when I get in, to heat the coffee and to ensure that any viruses that accidentally hitched a ride on the lid of the cup are destroyed. I get coffee at a drive-through when I'm in the car When I bring this flashlight into the coffee shop, I use it to help destroy any viruses that might have been spread by In my experience, either method may work 100%, but if using a UV flashlight helps destroy viral integrity, I believe it will work. In the car, I can also use it to darken my transition lenses. Take care not to overexpose the skin and not to look directly at the beam.
The back of the device has only one light that lights up when you press the button. It is tricky to get the one to stay on, it has to be shaken and shaken a bit more for it to stay on, but it This lamp produces a very weak light, so to make use of it, the room needs to be very dark.
Neither requires batteries, but both work with them.
I found it to be a pocket-sized light, but it had one broken led. Because I threw away all the packaging right after I assembled the package, it doesn't make sense to return it. The results were disappointing.
This does not show the ruin it says it does.
I think it's reasonable for 9LED, but your batteries must be fully charged before using it.
I am pleased with this.