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UV Detector Lamps

SPOT FAKE NOTES -IDENTIFY FORGED DRIVING LICENCES AND PASSPORTS

These lamps are the Industry Standard lamp as provided to Banks - Post Offices and Businesses for use in shops and Personnel Departments.  Our range of ultraviolet lamps (including key chain uv lights, handheld uv torches and mains operated uv lamps) are suitable for various purposes.

All of our UV Lamps have a Wavelength of 365-385nm and are used for identifying Counterfeit or fake money as most currency notes are printed with marks that can only be picked up by UV lamps and are purposely printed on "UV dull" paper. They work on most world currencies including Euros - USD - GBP.

The use of a UV Lamp in conjunction with property marking is also a cost-effective way of protecting your property from thieves. UV Lamps are an effective means of increasing the chances of having your property returned to you.

For tips on choosing your UV lamp, read our UV Lamps Advice and Information page.

Flatfish Counterfeit Detector Key Ring UV Light

Useful Key Ring Mini Ultraviolet Light for Counterfeit Detection

Flatfish Counterfeit Detector Key Ring UV  Light

RRP £9.95
Price £5.75
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Hand Held Counterfeit Detector UV Torch

Hand held UV Torch with hand-strap and White Light torch facility (useful for checking Watermarks).

Hand Held Counterfeit Detector UV Torch

RRP £12.95
Price £6.59
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Mains Operated Forged Note Counterfeit Detector UV Lamp (Busicom MD1189)

Busicom MD1189 Mains Operated UV Forged Noted Detector offering a bright 9 Watt Ultraviolet Light. Ideal for checking banknotes, passports and birth certificates etc.

Mains Operated Forged Note Counterfeit Detector UV Lamp (Busicom MD1189)

RRP £29.99
Price £16.79
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Dual Checker Counterfeit Detector UV Light now with Bright White Light (Busicom MD1983)

Busicom MD1983 12 Watts UV Counterfeit Note Detector Lamp with white light checker. Now fitted with new brighter LED White light, Magnifying Lens and Magnetic Ink Reader.

Dual Checker Counterfeit Detector UV Light now with Bright White Light (Busicom MD1983)

RRP £49.95
Price £29.99
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Replacement 4 Watt UV Bulb

2 Pin Replacement 4 Watt UV Bulb suitable for many UV Lights requiring a 6" tube

Replacement 4 Watt UV Bulb

RRP £4.99
Price £3.49
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Replacement 6 Watt UV Bulb

2 Pin Replacement 6 watt UV Tube suitable for many UV Lamps requiring a 9" tube.

Replacement 6 Watt UV Bulb

RRP £7.99
Price £4.99
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Replacement 9 Watt Tube For Our Mains Operated UV Lamp CD3a (MD1189)

Replacement 9 Watt Tube For Our NEW Mains Operated UV Lamp CD3a also known as the MD1189

Replacement 9 Watt Tube For Our Mains Operated UV Lamp CD3a (MD1189)

RRP £5.15
Price £4.79
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