Raytech Versalume Portable Longwave/Shortwave Ultraviolet Lamp PP-FLS


Raytech Versalume Portable Longwave/Shortwave Ultraviolet Lamp  PP-FLS

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Model PP-FLS is for both longwave ultraviolet light and shortwave ultraviolet light sensitive fluorescent minearls. The most versatile & powerful portable ultraviolet lamp on the market today with a full 4 watts of UV power. Raytech?s newly designed Versalume series offers a lightweight compact construction designed for use with four AA batteries or with a 115V A/C adapter. This popular portable boasts 33% more UV output than competition models and incorporates Raytech?s exclusive lifetime filters. Story of Fluorescence included.< /p>

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