AquiSense PearlLab Beam

PearlLab Beam - UV Dose Response Tool

Each bacteria, virus or spore has a unique sensitivity to ultraviolet light. Accurate determination of exposure times and wavelengths is a key step in characterizing cell behavior for any researcher or system designer.  Collimating Beam Devices are a critical tool in providing a standardized unit of measurement for UV exposure.

  • BENEFITS

    Historically, these devices have used mercury-based lamps resulting in expensive, cumbersome, difficult to operate, and potentially dangerous systems. PearlLab Beam, from AquiSense Technologies, is a compact Collimated Beam Device which employs UV- LEDs and emits radiation in the germicidal range. Its small size and ease of use allows the realization of a tabletop homogenized UV delivery system which can be operated in virtually any laboratory or field locations. The PearlLab Beam features a narrow band emission and is available in a suite of individually addressable wavelengths without the use of filters. As full UV-C intensity is reached in under 10mS, the use of a shutter is not necessary.

     

    Historically, these devices have used mercury-based lamps resulting in expensive, cumbersome, difficult to operate, and potentially dangerous systems. PearlLab Beam, from AquiSense Technologies, is a compact Collimated Beam Device which employs UV- LEDs and emits radiation in the germicidal range. Its small size and ease of use allows the realization of a tabletop homogenized UV delivery system which can be operated in virtually any laboratory or field locations. The PearlLab Beam features a narrow band emission and is available in a suite of individually addressable wavelengths without the use of filters. As full UV-C intensity is reached in under 10mS, the use of a shutter is not necessary.