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SUNMATE UV Detector

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THE UV SUNMATE alerts the user of a possible over-exposure to ultraviolet rays from sunlight.

Easy to understand and you do not need any technical background.

UV Detector - About Ultraviolet Detector Sunmate
You may know that the Sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause skin aging, sunburn, and skin cancer. Unfortunately, your eyes can not easily determine the intensity of UV radiation especially on cloudy and snowy days. UV Detector Sunmate can alert you when the UV intensity exceeds dangerous limits so you can apply proper steps to protect your skin and eyes.

About Ultraviolet Solar Radiation

Solar UV rays make up part of the photonic spectrum of light. The ultraviolet region ranges from 10nm to 400nm (nanometer) and can be further divided into UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. UV-A rays range from 320nm to 400nm, UV-B rays range from 280nm to 320nm, and UV-C radiation has wavelengths less than 280nm.
UV-A is linked to sunburn, accelerated skin aging, and damage to DNA. UV-B also causes sunburn and is related to snow blindness, skin cancer, and immune system suppression. UV-C is extremely dangerous to plants and animals. However, it is absorbed by the ozone layer and does not reach the ground unless the ozone layer is destroyed.

About The Ultraviolet (UV) Index
The National Weather Service (NWS) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) developed the UV Index to help in planning outdoor activities. It can be found on almost every weather forecast.
The UV index numbers developed by NWS and EPA indicating the intensity of the sun are shown below. Exposure levels are given on a scale of 0 to 10+, with 0 indicating minimal exposure and 10+ indicating very high and dangerous UV levels.

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UV Levels

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Minimal

Low

Moderate

High

Very High

About UV Detector SunMate
Ultraviolet Solar Radiation SunMate alerts the user of a possible over-exposure to ultraviolet rays from sunlight. Ultraviolet Solar Radiation SunMate is easy to understand and does not need technical background. The LEDs of UV Detector SunMate indicate the UVI levels according to the chart above.

User Instruction for UV Detector SunMate

According to the EPA, and other government agencies and private organizations, there are ways to reduce the risk of short and long term damage to your skin and eyes. These include:

Reducing the risks of overexposure to ultraviolet rays by UV Protector

UV Detector SunMate alerts the user of a possible over-exposure to ultraviolet rays from sunlight. UV Detector SunMate is easy to understand and does not need technical background. The LEDs of UV Detector SunMate indicate the UVI levels according to the chart below. As you may notice, the gaps between the ranges in the table above are closed to make the detection continuous.

  • apply sunscreen
  • wear proper clothing
  • wear sunglasses
  • avoid midday sun
  • wear a hat
  • remain inside when UVI is high

Disclaimer - this product is not accurate enough to ensure full protection, it is offered as a guide only. Common sense and further advice must be advocated.

Please check batteries periodically to ensure accerate results.

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 01 May, 2011.
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