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How to choose best uv led curing system

Click:[1197] Publish Time:2018-09-29

      In fact, when purchasing UVLED light source system, there are many options for the number of chips, power and wavelength. UVLED is generally used in UV ink curing, UV glue curing, UV varnish curing, etc. It has long service life, power saving, no heat radiation, no ozone ,  environmental protection, high output UV light, stable and uniform, loss Small and effective to reduce production costs, high stability, high reliability, simple installation, space saving and many other advantages are favored by major enterprises, many people in the industry have said that the development potential of UVLED is undoubted, the future of the entire industry The direction will go towards the UVLED, otherwise it will definitely be eliminated. Perhaps companies have smelled the direction of the development of the industry, more and more companies began to develop or produce UVLED products, and some companies that do traditional mercury lamps have begun to slowly transform. UVLEDs are very popular, but you must be aware of their power wavelengths when purchasing.

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1, power: general enterprise supply of UVLED power is 10W / 30W / 60W / 120W / 300W / 480W /, Height-LED can be customized for different power equipment), the product needs to accumulate a certain amount of energy The greater the power, the shorter the time required and the faster the work efficiency.

2, wavelength: UVLED wavelength is generally 360 ~ 370nm / 370 ~ 380nm / 380 ~ 390nm / 390 ~ 400nm / 400 ~ 410nm and many other options, and uvled is a single band, the bandwidth is relatively short, not the same as the traditional mercury lamp from Both the deep ultraviolet and the shallow ultraviolet bands are available, but most of the reactions are 365 or 395. Most of the other bands are wasted, and the LEDs can make full use of the limited wavelength. Generally, the glue can be cured at a wavelength of 365 nm. The ink curing has a relatively good penetration wavelength of 395 nm.