Ultraviolet, UV/Purple Wavelength 380 -410 nm
The UV (Ultraviolet/Purple) lLED emitter sits at around 380 -410 nm on the Wavelength light spectrum and is the a dark fuzzy deep purple/Blue UV light sits within the visible light spectrum but is on the border line of what we can and cannot see. This is basically a version of the classic Black Light that you would see in theme parks or discos. It responds to different materials in different ways, some objects will illuminate bright blue white, like cotton fabric or paper, whereas other materials or objects go dark and almost invisible. It is this characteristic that makes it a fascinating research tool used widely in forensics. It is also a spectrum of light highly visible to full spectrum cameras.
We have selected this particular flashlights as they require only three (easy to find) AAA batteries, unlike many others on the market that use hard to find expensive Ultrafire style batteries.
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