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C4 Nomad and C4 Nomad Go

The C4 Nomad contains 4 high flux-UV LED emitters that have a built-in static-electric discharge circuit to allow the lamp to perform in all environments regardless of ambient conditions. The REL LED C4 Nomad-GO integrates both UV-A and white light emitters.The REL Model C4 Nomad and Nomad-GO are UV-A Inspection Lamp utilising the latest in safe high output UV-A LED technology. This lamp is a highly manoeuvrable lightweight solution that allows operator flexibility with a rechargeable 18V battery. That maximizes operator safety and time on task. The C4 Nomad and Nomad-GO are designed for all intensity requirements of Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection (FPI) and Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI).



The C4 Nomad and Nomad-GO Glo-Black LED UV-A Inspection Lamp can both provide a 220mm diameter of UV-A intensity > 1000 μW/cm² at 38cm. The integral filter in the UV-A emitter limits the visible light at 20 lux at 38cm and 5 lux at 90cm. The LED white light provides an intensity > 7500 lux at 38cm. The lamp’s electrical components are sealed and passively cooled within an engineered finned housing manufactured from military grade aluminium. This allows the lamp to perform in the harshest environments. Units come with two batteries, and a certificate of compliance so you are always ready to go.



Additional Information

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