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Title: Sunlight simulators-the key to understanding the physiological effects of the sun
Authors: Singh, A
Dam, JS
Karsten, AE
Keywords: Sunlight simulators
Physiological effects
Sun
Skin cancer
UV rays
51st Annual Conference of the SAIP
Issue Date: Jul-2006
Citation: Singh, A, Dam, JS and Karsten, AE. 2006. Sunlight simulators-the key to understanding the physiological effects of the sun. 51st Annual Conference of the SAIP. University of the Western Cape, 3-7 July 2006, pp 14
Abstract: CA sunlight simulator includes an elongated, cylindrical housing, an artificial light source disposed along the longitudinal axis thereof, and a plurality of light collecting subassemblies equidistantly spaced radially from and around the light source. The light source is of a type that emits a substantial amount of radiation in the UV portion of the spectrum. The light collecting subassemblies provide a plurality of individually and selectively adjustable beams of UV radiation. A plurality of light guides are provided for directing the radiation to desired locations
Description: 51st Annual Conference of the SAIP. University of the Western Cape, 3-7 July 2006
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2981
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