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Waterproofing?
#1
Hi all.

If this question has been asked before, please accept my apologies, i have a UV30A UV sensor, the fact that it is a UV sensor means it must be outdoors exposed to the elements, my problem is can i make it waterproof without effecting the readings? is there a product out there i can cover it with, which does not block UV rays?

Regards

Ray
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#2
Fused silica is a good material in terms of UV transparency.
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#3
It is here;

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Double-Sided-...3222202354?
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