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  • 385nm UV Ultraviolet 3-Watt LED Light Bulb - E26 / E27 AC 85V - 265V
  • 385nm UV Ultraviolet 3-Watt LED Light Bulb - E26 / E27 AC 85V - 265V
  • 385nm UV Ultraviolet 3-Watt LED Light Bulb - E26 / E27 AC 85V - 265V
  • 385nm UV Ultraviolet 3-Watt LED Light Bulb - E26 / E27 AC 85V - 265V
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385nm UV Ultraviolet 3-Watt LED Light Bulb - E26 / E27 AC 85V - 265V

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Usage: Counterfeit detection, passport & driver's license verification, blood stain detection, urine detection

$79.99

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385nm UV Ultraviolet 3-Watt LED Light Bulb - E26 / E27 AC 85V - 265V

LED's: 3 x 1-Watt 100 mW per UV 385nm LED

Light Output: ~ 300mW

Power Input: 85V - 265V AC

Power Consumption: 3.2 watts

Base: E26 / E27 Medium Screw-in Base

Beam Angle: 30 Degree

Lifetime: 36,000 hrs

 

 

 

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SKU UV-385nm-3W-E27-AC
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