The R2000 UV Radiometer is the ideal way to determine the power reaching your adhesives and the ageing of the light guides.
It is essential to properly calibrate OmniCure® equipment after lamp replacement and allows you to measure light guide output.
Coupled with an LOA adapter, it also allows you to measure the energy directly from the OmniCure® or external filter holder, allowing you to accurately monitor light guide aging.
Designed for OmniCure® UV spot curing systems, the R2000 radiometer offers unparalleled capabilities for calibration and power adjustment of your OmniCure® 2000 Series equipment through automatic communication.
Guide’s opening of light
Detect automatically all the diameters of guide of standard light of the industry.
Commands / display
Easy commands and detailed display facilitating the use and the maintenance of the device.
The radiometer R2000 includes an exclusive system of detection which measures exactly the bandwidth between 250 and 600 nm. The radiometer R2000 offers an automatic tuning of the reach to keep a precision of 5mW / cm2 in 60 W / cm2.
The electronic configurations of the radiometer R2000 allow a particular connection of sensors for a direct measure of the bright energy towards the polymerization. The site radiometry of polymerization is the most advanced and the most precise technique of control which measures the quantity of radiation arriving on the adhesive.
L’interface optique exclusive du radiomètre UV R2000 collecte la lumière sur une vaste surface et ouverture numérique, éliminant pratiquement la dépendance sur le profil du faisceau lumineux
Serial OmniCure® 2000
The radiometer R2000, conceived in association with the platform of the systems of punctual polymerization in UV radiation OmniCure ®, is endowed with uniques characteristics when it is used with OmniCure ® S2000. The communication puts into series between the radiometer R2000 and the system of punctual polymerization OmniCure ® S2000 allows the user to calibrate the system and to define the levels of energy illumination by means of the advanced commands of interface of the radiometer R2000.