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365nm UV LED Strip for Fluorescent Mineral Display
Do these emit enough light at 18 distance to rocks to make them glow sufficiently bright? My area is 18 x18" to illuminate against a black background. Could cut the 1-meter strip in half for 2 rows. I don't see this application for them mentioned in your customer feedback. Any info? Thanks. I already have UV-A LED flashlights with blocking filters.
We have attached a link to the UV Irradiance Pattern for the 365nm realUV™ LED Strip Lights, which we hope helps chart the optimal distance between your light source and target. Based on my review of the document, it appears that an object which is 18” from the light source would receive roughly 82 μW/cm2.
As a further note, we are happy to confirm that the LED Strip Lights can be installed in a parallel pattern to provide doubled output. An example of this configuration can be found in the below LayoutMaps, which also contains links to the recommended connectors and power supplies.
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