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Part Number: 6016

QTX LED Ultraviolet Bar 30W Ultraviolet Black

Part Number: 6016

QTX LED Ultraviolet Bar 30W Ultraviolet Black

Shape: Ultraviolet Bar

Ultraviolet Bar

Power Consumption: 30W

30W

Colour of Light: Ultraviolet

Ultraviolet

Dimmable: No

No

£40.39 inc. VAT

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    • Finish: Black

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QTX LED Ultraviolet Bar 30W Ultraviolet Black

  • Power Consumption: 30W
  • Colour Output: Ultraviolet
  • Dimensions: Width=50mm Depth=60mm Length=510mm

This integrated LED UV Ultraviolet bar is an easy way to augment your lighting installation or light show.

Its sturdy construction is much less fragile than tubes or light bulbs, perfect for mobile DJ's etc. Easy installation, just plug and play and a low 30W power consumption makes it ideal for use in the home for parties, on stage or in pubs and clubs.

Other applications include sensory rooms to highlight "Glow in the dark" paint effects. Glow cosmetics, science projects, photography, puppetry effects and invisible ink or commercial applications.

There are a few differences between LED and traditional Fluorescent Blacklight blue that may affect your choice. Typically Fluorescent wavelength is a 365-400 nm range, LED range is 385-410 nm. LEDs remain cool whereas fluorescents can become very warm and also contain very small amounts of mercury. Overall LEDs are more efficient but are more expensive to purchase initially.

Ultraviolet wavelength 410 nm. Creates a Blacklight effect. Plug and Play.

Attribute Value
MPN 160.050UK
Barcode 5015972180211
Technology LED
Shape Ultraviolet Bar
Colour Ultraviolet
Dimmable No
Manufacturer QTX
Voltage 240V
Power Consumption 30W
Dimmability No - Not Suitable for Dimming
Colour Description Ultraviolet
Finish Black
Warm Up Time <0.5 seconds (0-60%)
Width 50mm
Depth 60mm
Length 510mm
Estimated Running Cost £18.62 per year based on 5-hours per day @ Oct 22 Price Cap (34.0p/kWh)