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Do your 365nm UV-A products offer true ultraviolet output?
Is it a true 365 nm? No blue light showing. Might order one to see if it will work for our manufacturing company. If so, will be ordering many.
We can confirm that our 365nm ultraviolet products offer true ultraviolet output without utilizing purple-colored LEDs as other products often do.
As can be noted within the product photometric report, the output for these products is beyond the 400nm visible spectrum, which results in an extremely minute quantity of visible light.
If you would like to try out these products for direct comparison, please feel free to take advantage of our 30-day return policy.
So long as the LED Strip Lights have not been cut or altered, such as having the adhesive backing removed, we would be able to accept them as a return.
I will be using them to light up the bottoms of swimming pools. I had considered flood lights. What do you suggest? I have tried strips before and did not work. Not enough output.
As the LED Strip Lights are not IP rated for protection against water, we do not encourage use in installations where they may become exposed to moisture or water, as this will cause electrical hazards and void the product warranty.
Further, it might be helpful to know that third-party waterproof channels are typically made from polycarbonate materials that are known to fully block the transmission of ultraviolet light.
As such, we would likely recommend the 365nm realUV™ LED Flood Light, as it is IP 65 rated for wet location use. Finally, please note that this IP rating does not mean that the product is suitable for submersion in water.
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