Handheld UV Lamps | UVP Analytik Jena

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Model: UVG-54
Sale price$425.00 Regular price$475.98

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  • Housing - plastic
  • UV-C - 254nm or 254nm/365nm
  • 6 watts
  • 115V
  • Dimensions:

  • Handheld Lamps: 14.9L x 3.2W x 2.5H in. (378 x 81 x 64mm)
  • Lamp Stand (optional): 9.75H x 13L in. (247 x 330mm)

Model Part Number Wavelength  Watts
UVG-54* 95-0004-09 254nm
UVGL-55* 95-0005-05 254/365nm multiband split lamp 6
UVGL-58* 95-0007-05 254/365nm 6
UVL-56 95-0006-02 365nm 6
UVL-57 95-0104-01 302nm 6

  • *Suitable for germicidal UV applications
  • Country of origin: USA
  • Ships from: California
  • Warranty: 1 year
  • Typically ships within 5 days upon receipt of order

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Brittany Nixdorf
UV Lamp

The Uv lamp we ordered came in quickly and works well. I was pleased with the customer service I experienced as well. All questions were answered, and I was given the best advice on which would work best for the company.

John Decker
UVP/UVGL-58 Dual Wavelength Ultraviolet lamp

The model UVGL-58 Ultraviolet Lamp combines both short (254nm) and longwave (365nm) UV light in one handheld lamp with six watts of power for each separate UV tube. The lamp has dual switches for either long or short-wave use. The lamp's housing is durable, lightweight plastic that should last a long time. The lamp may be used for mineralogy identification, chromatography, document examination, and germicidal applications. However, this lamp is tethered to 120 volts AC from a standard wall receptacle and will not work with an automobile electrical inverter for fieldwork.

The lamp is also relatively expensive compared to other UV lamps in the same category. It would have been helpful if UVP had included directions with the lamp for removing the UV tubes and filter. An included booklet with online references that explains how the lamp may be used for specific mineral identification in the field would be helpful for the novice prospector.

Lithium is a strategic metal in high demand with limited distribution, and a field test using the UV lamp for identification would seem reasonable. Perhaps a modification of the UV spot test for the Lithium-ion below would be attainable


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