Cumulative UV Exposure Measurement Instrument


#1

I recently attended the PiezoDN workshop. It was great, but due to the fact that I take lousy notes, I don't remember the make & model of a UV Exposure measurement instrument that was shown to us. This unit measures the cumulative UV Exposure and seems to be of great use when changing light sources; from Metal-Halide to Black-Light to LED to Sun-Light...

Would some one remind me of the make and model and of the measurement we were usingon the NUARC Flip-Top unit?

Darrell


#2

#3

I’ve finally received my Light Measure PPM-2 and am getting ready to experiment. As a starting point I’d like to use the dosage that I was introduced to at Cone-Editions.

Would you remind me of the SED count that we used during the PiezoDN workshop?

Darrell


#4

We did 129.5 unites at IJM. This was no LUX though. The lux amount was 2554.5 but this was a “doped” mercury halide bulb so may be different than others.

 

best,

Walker


#5

Thanks Walker.

You mention “<span style=“color: #5b5b5b; font-family: sans-serif; font-size: 15.6px;”>We did 129.5 unites at IJM”, which was the reading on the NUARC Exposure Unit and you mention," </span><span style=“color: #5b5b5b; font-family: sans-serif; font-size: 15.6px;”>The lux amount was 2554.5". But, these don’t relate to the “Dose” number on the PPM-2. Do remember what the dose reading is?</span>

Darrell