SKU: GC39-TUBE UV

Nitecore TUBE Key Ring

Nitecore TUBE Key Ring

The new UV version of the popular Nitecore Tube features a 365nm wavelength ultraviolet LED. Easy to carry and ideal for detecting fake money and identity cards, this Tube is also good for verification mark reading and fluorescence activation.

As with all Nitecore Tubes, the UV model is USB rechargeable with a built-in, high-efficiency Li-ion battery. The torch has an intelligent protective circuit that features over-discharge protection, overcharge protection and short circuit protection, in addition to charging stopping automatically once the power level reaches 100%.

The UV Tube can be easily operated using just the fingertips on one hand. To activate the torch, simply press the button to turn the UV light on and to turn it off press the button again. To enter the intelligent lockout mode, press and hold for 3 seconds and to exit, do the same.

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Nitecore TUBE Key Ring

The new UV version of the popular Nitecore Tube features a 365nm wavelength ultraviolet LED. Easy to carry and ideal for detecting fake money and identity cards, this Tube is also good for verification mark reading and fluorescence activation.

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