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Professional UV Inspection Flashlight 380-385nm - 16 Ultraviolet LED

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Technical Details
Part Number LED12UV
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions5.2 x 1.5 x 1 inches
Colorsilver
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbUltra-Violet
  
Additional Information
ASINB0013E3XVU
Best Sellers Rank #12,915 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableApril 1, 2009
  
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Silver UV led inspection flashlight

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Customer Reviews

I purchased it to find urine spots in the carpet and it works great for that.
S. Proctor
My flashlight has 10 regular white light LEDs, and only 5 Ultraviolet LEDs, with a red laser pointer LED in the middle.
Dave B.
I just received this flashlight today, and it is not the same flashlight as is described in the product details!
B.M.

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93 of 102 people found the following review helpful By H. Dinh on September 2, 2009
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I am now regretting purchase this UV flash light. The thing is, it works so well and revealed how terrible my carpet is. Now I am scared of walking on it barefoot!

The flash light is very hight quality with good workmanship. It fels so nice in my hand, the clicking power button is very hice. And bright. I wait until the evening and start shining the light on my carpet, and oh my god! It is amazing what your pets can do when you are not looking.

I am now looking for a professional carpet cleaner.
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66 of 72 people found the following review helpful By San Luis Painting on January 1, 2009
This dandy little flashlight is true spectrum UV. Others out there are just Purple LEDs: Florescent colors and white should glow if the diodes are correct. I actually use them to spot where to "touch up" paint. Thin areas of color especially with a heavy texture substrates, it is easy to instantly spot where more paint is needed. Assuming you are painting a dark color over white or light color. I have had these for a few months and as a contractor, I am pretty rough on some of my equipment. These have performed well, withstanding a second story drop without incident. Battery life is excellent as expected with led's.
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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Richard DeMar on February 10, 2010
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Note: Four out of five for minor issues, see below.

I've been wanting something like this for quite a while now. I'm a science minded individual and fell in love with blacklight when I was little. The only problem with the kind of blacklight I grew up with is that if you wanted portability, you had to use a long extension cord - not great for field use. This little bugger fits in a pocket with ease (similar in size to a longish D battery), is made of rugged aluminum, has a nice (although somewhat flakey on mine) Maglite-like pressure switch in the butt end, and is actually surprisingly intense. Even has a nice lanyard for if you need to hold onto it extra carefully or hang it from whatever. The real show starts tonight, but so far I've had great results with it on longwave UV fluorescing materials like grease splatter, tooth plaque, tighty whitey underwear, etc. You should see this thing set off modern strontium aluminate glow powder, OMG... BRIGHT green glow in daylight! I love this thing already, but I will point out a couple of things not so great about it for you:

1) It gets warm pretty fast. This is my first experience with UV LEDs, so I don't know how normal this is, but see #2 for why I'm not so comfy with the fast warming.

2) There is NO driver circuit, near as I can tell. The circuit amounts to a bunch of LEDs driven directly by three AAA batteries. Now I know LEDs are not laser diodes and as such don't need to be babied nearly so carefully, but still... No driver circuit + quick to get warm, and I wonder how long it will last. Also, minor issue, AAA batteries aren't great for mAH ratings - with this amount of heat being generated, current consumption must be fairly substantial... Yeah ok I read almost 90mA on my BK Precision 2405A DMM on the 10A setting.
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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By S. Proctor on July 2, 2009
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This light is super bright, small & compact, and appears to be of good quality. The box states the light wave is 380-385nm. The body is aluminum, the switch is rubber coated and has a positive click feel similar to a mag light. I purchased it to find urine spots in the carpet and it works great for that. I was even able to see prior spots I thought I had cleaned well.
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By N. Abedrabbo on February 6, 2009
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We have two cats and for a long time life was good. In December we added a new dog to the list and the male cat decided to start marking its territory. After doing an extensive research I decided to get this light versus others. It was LED and UV true spectrum. Of course you have to use it at night, but oh my God... I have to rent a carpet steamer... The light was able to pick up all the spots. So I attest that it is excellent for pet pee detection (on condition of being used at night (dark room) with no other light source). I could also use it around the house to detect leaks.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Momto2boxers on October 4, 2010
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This flash light is teeny and barely shines any light. It did not help me find any "accidents" at all. I guess I will just have to stick with my nose...
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Billie G. Mclane on December 18, 2009
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This product is and does just what it says it is and does, not much else needs to be said.
I'm perfectly safisfied with it, I work with gemstones and antique glass and this UV inspection light is the best light I've ever used. It is a true UV 'black' light not just a blue tinted light - which are useful; but, not nearly as good as a real UV 'black' light. I have other UV lights; but, most of them are rather delicate - I don't carry them around. This flashlight is nice and rugged, I've no problem just sticking it in my pocket as I head out the door, no worries. It's got to the point where I carry it almost all the time, comes in real handy.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Richard M. Commins on April 7, 2010
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Overall I'm happy with this UV flashlight. The aluminum body is something you would find on a $5.00 pocket flashlight. The button is OK also and I had no problems. I was worried because some reviewers talked about a defective button. The battery holder was adequate but had no markings for battery polarity except a single plus sign at the top. I've seen better buttons and battery holders on cheaper flashlights. My only complaint is the brightness of the UV light. Don't even think about using this light in a room with normal daylight from a window. It is not even bright enough at night with the lights on in the room. The UV light just isn't bright enough. At night, with all the lights out, the light becomes usable for items that fluoresce under UV light. The brighteners in paper, tissue and some laundry detergent will then stand out against the background. Pet urine is detectable, but is not as bright as paper. The light is small and portable so detecting repairs in antiques or paintings is possible in a darkened room. Overall a 4 star rating is generous. The main reason I bought this flashlight over others that were cheaper, was the claim the light was 385-390 nanometers. Do not get the 400nm flashlights. There are fewer things that fluoresce at that frequency. There is not a lot of choice in the market for a pocket UV flashlight at this price level.

Warning: Do not look directly at the light because even though the light looks dim as normal light, the UV light that you can't see is much brighter and can damage your eyes. (Maybe it is just to dangerous to have a much brighter UV flashlight)
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