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This is the spectrum of the blb flashlight

This is the spectrum of the blb flashlight

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This one taken without any background light which i had included in the last picture for scale.

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Filename:20191108_103023.jpg
Album name:Lightingguy1994 / LED Lamps
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Date added:Nov 08, 2019
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Date Time:2019:11:08 10:30:23
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Nov 08, 2019 at 12:50 PM Author: dor123
Both my old cheap 12 LED UV flashlight, and my Photon Freedom Micro 370nm, have a continuous background from the red to the blue in their spectra. But the violet emission of the 370nm is much weaker than that of the cheap 12 LED UV flashlight. Here the violet emission looks like strong, so the peak should be in the 390-380nm.

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