Discover a world you never knew existed with the LOFTEK UV Tracker 51 flashlight. Many hazards escape the naked eye. Bodily fluid stains on hotel sheets, pet stains on the carpet, scorpions lurking in the dark are just a few of the elements that are exposed by the LOFTEK 51. Whether on a business trip or a camping trip, it\'s an essential travel companion.
Potent Inspection Tool The Shustar UV Tracker 51 boasts 51 UV LED bulbs, many more than most competing UV flashlights. More bulbs means more coverage area, allowing you to efficiently inspect your surroundings.
Bulb Type: 390 to 395 (nM) Bulb Life: 100,000 hours Body Material: Aluminum with "O" rings for water resistance Batteries: 3 x AA Alkaline Battery (Not Included) Battery Life: Approximately 20 hours on 3 AA batteries Switch Type: Push On/Off button Head diameter: Approx. 55 mm Body diameter: Approx. 35 mm Length: Approx: 147 mm Widely used in fluorescent anti-counterfeiting, fluorescence fiber special lighting industry
Unique fluorescent: The scorpion\'s shell is composed of a layer of keratin tissue similar to humain nails. Under irradiation of ultraviolet lamps, they will appear to glow. Scientists have yet to identify the reason of the fluorescence surmising it may have developed to help attract prey. Specifications Type LED Flashlights Power Source: battery Battery Type: AA Total Batteries: 3 (not including battery) Total Emitters: 1 Switch Mode: 1 (On/Off) Applications: Everyday use, camping, hiking, caving, fishing, hunting, Police/Military Body Color: Black Body Material: Aluminum alloy Brightness : <100 lumens Runtime: (Hr.) 6-8 Dimension 15 x 5.6 cm Net Weight 0.2 kg Package Contents 1 Flashlight Note Batteries not included
51 x UV LED
A: Aluminum alloy body B: Wrist strap C: Battery holder (batteries not included) D: Back cover E: 51 X UV LED F: switch
A: The 51 UV black light is a great tool for finding stains and other things that you can\'t see with the naked eye. B: Shine UV lights on scorpions so they have no where to hide. C: What is ultraviolet light? It\'s a type of electromagnetic radiation such as, radio waves, infrared radiation, gamma and x-rays.