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'[OT]: UV sensor'
2001\08\31@025623 by Michael Pont

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Hi,

I am trying to find a sensor suitable for measuring light levels (mainly UV)
in an art gallery.  I have found several companies willing to sell me a
complete monitoring system for this purpose, but have not found a sensor
suitable for connection to a microcontroller.

Can anybody point me in the right direction?

Thanks,

Michael.

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2001\08\31@032441 by L Vetrivel

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Michel,
Check this site:
www.intl-light.com/products/detector.html
you may find it interesting-look for solar blind detectors.
hope it helps.
Vetri
UCSF

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2001\08\31@060422 by mike

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Hammamatsu (sp?) make UV-enhanced photodiodes

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2001\08\31@113956 by robertf

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I think Hamamatsu(.com)  and
optek-ink.com has raw
detectors.

rgds,
robert francisco

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Subject: [OT]: UV sensor


> Hi,
>
> I am trying to find a sensor
suitable for measuring light
levels (mainly UV)
> in an art gallery.  I have
found several companies
willing to sell me a
> complete monitoring system
for this purpose, but have not
found a sensor
> suitable for connection to a
microcontroller.
>
> Can anybody point me in the
right direction?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Michael.
>
>
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>
>  Michael J. Pont
>
http://www.le.ac.uk/engineerin
g/mjp9
>
>
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'[OT]: UV sensor'
2001\09\01@143444 by Jay.R.Vijay-Indra
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I did some work with UV-B detection about four years ago. Here are some UV
detectors from files.

SILONEX INC, (Montreal, Canada) does the best detectors NSL-21UV401 is
optimised for 300 to 380nm ie UV-A andUV-B
UK address Northwich, Cheshire - 01606 41999

CREE RESEARCH INC., (Durham, NC) optimised for 220 -350nm good for UV-B

SIEMENS (what istheir new name?) SFH291

Regards,

Jay




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