The ONT365 has four broadbeam lamp heads Each has three ultrahighflux UVA 365 nm LEDs for NDT inspection and one white light LED for general illumination Spectronics Corp.
The ONT-365 has four broad-beam lamp heads. Each has three ultra-high-flux UV-A (365 nm) LEDs for NDT inspection and one white light LED for general illumination.

Modular Overhead NDT Lighting

Track-lighting style 3 LEDs for NDT inspection,… 1 white –light LED for illumination

SPECTRONICS CORPORATION introduced the ONT-365 On-Trak NDT inspection system (U.S. and foreign patents pending), an overhead, track light-style modular system utilizes powerful UV-A and white light LEDs attached to a mountable platform for maximum flexibility and versatility. It is recommended for use in NDT inspection booths, and for pre-inspections and screening applications requiring maximum uniformity of coverage over a large area.

The ONT-365 system is designed with four broad-beam lamp heads. Each has three ultra-high-flux UV-A (365 nm) LEDs for NDT inspection and one white light LED for general illumination. This lighting system allows inspectors to move the lamp heads anywhere along the tracks so that beam patterns can be made to fit specific needs.

Lamp heads can be added for increased area coverage.

The ONT-365 light sources produce a nominal steady-state UV-A intensity of 9,000 µW/cm² at 15 inches (38 cm).  Electronic intensity stabilizers promote consistent UV LED performance during extended use and built-in cooling fans moderate temperature.

The “instant on” operation of the lamps enables them to reach full intensity immediately.

The ONT-365 system is supplied complete with UVS-30 UV-absorbing spectacles. Additional lamp heads and an optional remote control with a three-position rocker switch are sold separately.

Visit www.spectroline.com

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