Enjoy staying in the sun with the intelligent and easy to use SunCounter with high quality UV-sensor and audio sunburn alarm-function.
The SunCounter can be used everywhere and is very easy to handle. The instrument can be carried with a band around the neck. With this intelligent and easy to use unit with the high quality UV-sensor the user can stay in the sun very safe even if the UV-index is high. The Sunburn Alarm-Function can effectively be used to prevent sun burn. The accumulated UV-doses in % will be shown and if 100% are reached an acoustical signal appears as a signal to stop tanning. Using the SunCounter can make a contribution to avoid sun burns, risks of early skin aging and increased risk of skin cancer.
Switch on the unit By a little longer pressing of the ON/OFF button the instrument can be switched on. An acoustical signal appeared and the display can be activated. Afterwards the following adjustments/measurements can be carried out.
Measure UV Index and ambient temperature
The SunCounter should be laid down under sunshine that the lens is directly facing the sun.
The Meas./Adj. button has to be pressed for 2 seconds until the Sun sign and Temperature reading are flashing, then the Meas./Adj. Button has to bereleased.
After 3 seconds the sun sign is gone and temperature reading stop flashing. The UV Index and temperature can be read now.
Technical specifications and further features
Indication of the UV Indexes from 0 - 15
Sun-Protection-Factor (SPF) from 0 99 simple adjustable
Exposure % Sunburn Alarm: Counting Exposure % and Time left for safety exposure based on UVI taken and preset SPF value and skin type. Sunburn alarm while reaching 100% or Time left for safety exposure reaching 0
Skin Type Selection from type 1 to 4. Type 1 is the most sensitive to UV light
Ambient temperature taking, °F / °C
Dimensions of the SunCounter: 59 H x 32 W x 14 D mm
Weight: approx. 30 gram with battery
High quality UV-sensor which measures from 280 400 nm (area UVA + UVB) designed with advance UV detecting technology according to WHO standard