• 95-0011-01
  • 1650µW/cm² @ 3"...
  • 365nm

Lantern Style UV Lamp, LW, 6W, ML-49

  • NC-1977
Price: $451.68
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Requires two 6-volt lantern batteries, or 2 rechargeable batteries and Recharger. Batteries not included.

This UVP, Inc. Blak-Ray Model ML-49 Lantern Style UV lamp is a 6-watt model with 365 nm longwave. The distinctive curved handle comfortably balances the lamp in your hand for viewing the ground as you walk.

Model ML-49Features...

  • 6 watt portable lamp
  • Wavelength is 365 nm longwave.
  • Requires two 6-volt lantern batteries, or two UVP rechargeable batteries (45-0005-02) and Recharger (58-0136-01). Batteries not included.
  • Impact resistant housing with wrap-around handle and a built-in flashlight.
  • Toggle switch settings for UV Light, OFF and White Light.
  • Intensity at 3 inches: 1650µW/cm2
  • Size: 9-1/2" x 2-7/8" x 9-3/8".
  • Weight with batteries: 6 lb.
  • Signed Declaration of Conformity.
  • 90 day warranty.

Return Policy: Ultraviolet lamps from Analytik Jena (UVP) have a 20% restocking fee.

Applications Include...


Detect rodent presence and contamination in warehouses, storerooms, etc. by using an ultraviolet lamp to search out and fluoresce rodent urine. Dry rodent urine glows a blue-white if fresh to a yellow-white if old when exposed to longwave ultraviolet light. Rodent hair glows blue-white and is easily identified on sacks or intermixed with food grains.


Forgeries of bank notes, standard checks and travellers' checks are mainly printed on inferior bleached paper or photocopied. Forgeries will glow under UV light and bona fides will be completely dull. Many newer credit cards have an invisible imprint on the front. American Express uses "AMEX". If no imprint, the card is a forgery. Alterations of legal documents such as careful erasure or ink eradication and altering paper textures are detectable with UV light.


Authentic U.S. paper currency has embedded stripes which will fluoresce under ultraviolet light as follows: $5 glows blue, $10 glows orange, $20 glows green, $50 glows yellow, and $100 glows red. The $1.00 bill has no stripe.


UV Light can react with the chemicals of a mineral specimen and cause it to glow, called fluorescence. Color and intensity of the fluorescence can identify many materials. Some minerals and gemstones will fluoresce under shortwave UV ligh and not fluoresce under longwave.