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As to why you'd need a UV Grid, it's because when you’re done modelling, you’ll need a good UV texture grid to help you pinpoint stretch or flips on your model. Most UV applications ship with a black and white checkered map, which is fine, but a basic map. Notice that UV grid texture is being mapped to a square texture space, and all of those cube polygons are on top of each other, mapping that UV grid texture to each side of the cube. That square grid is now stretched out to fill the scaled up parts of the cube. UV unwrapping is the process of attempting to adjust the texture UVs so they look. The UV grid located in the UV editor, is similar to the viewport grid we've been using for modeling our meshes. Textures should be modeled to have powers of 2 dimensions, and we'll have to set up the UV editor grid to match. Once set up, the UUV grid will help us. UV Grid Lamps for applications where short wave UV Energy is needed. Low Pressure, Even Illumination, Germicidal, EProm Erasing, Ozone Generating, Low Heat UV UV GRID LAMPS AND POWER SUPPLY There is. The UVGD-68 uses a high-intensity, shortwave quartz grid lamp. The high-performance lamp provides hours of UV.

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Low Pressure Double-Bore UV Lamps

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The name “double-bore” comes from the special quartz used to make the Ultraviolet lamps. This glass consists of quartz tubing with a quartz partition, or septum, through the center (see drawing below). This allows the plasma to ignite at one electrode and travel around the septum back down to meet the other electrode creating an arc of U.V. energy. These bulbs are low pressure, cold cathode, mercury vapor lamps which are manufactured from either fused quartz (ozone-producing) or ozone-free quartz. (ozone-free quartz lamps can replace an ozone-free sleeve for most applications).

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The specialized design of this mercury bulb eliminates dangling lead wires because of their location at only one end of the lamp. This feature is ideal for such applications as submerging the lamp into a liquid or inserting the lamp into small apertures. The double-bore has strong isolated spectral lines that are well separated from the others and the bulbs are free from contaminates which are harmful to the operation of the lamp. Jelight Company takes extra, unique steps in the manufacturing process to ensure that each lamp is free of contamination. These processes improve the quality, stability, uniformity, and lifetime of the lamps. When operated properly, the lamp is extremely stable which is important for accurate calibration and instrumentation applications where this stability is vital. In comparison to other UV light sources, the double-bore lamps are very cool burning; the temperature rarely exceeds 100° C. This is important in processes where the components or substances must not be heated by the light source used.

The double-bore mercury bulbs are long lasting UV light sources with a lifetime of 5000 hours under optimal conditions. However, some lamps have operated continuously for as long as 30000 hours. All of the double-bore bulbs can be filled with a variety of gases such as argon, krypton, neon, xenon, and helium.

Applications:

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  • HPLC
  • TOC Analyzer
  • Calibration of Photometers
  • Mercury Analyzer
  • Photochemistry
  • Atomic Absorption
  • Spectrometry
  • Ozone Monitor
  • Ozone Generator
  • Immunoassays
  • UV Disinfection

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  • UV Sterilization
  • Calibrations of Spectroscopes
  • Medical Instruments
  • Flouromicroscopy
  • Pollution Instrumentations
  • Spectrophotometry
  • Interferometry
  • Flourescence
  • UV Curing and Drying
  • And More…

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Figure 2. A diagram of a double-bore lamp. The letters correlate to the data sheet values.