Scorpion UV Flashlight - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Sharon
    10/21/2010
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    Can bedbugs be detected with a black light?
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    We have not heard of anyone using a black-light for bedbug inspections. It would be our assumption that bedbugs simply do not fluoresce and using a blacklight to find them would not be a viable option.
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  • Asked by Frank from New Orleans
    02/07/2014
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    Does the Scorpion UV Flashlight detect dog and cat urine as well?
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    Yes, the Scorpion UV Flashlight can detect:  scorpions; rodent urine; human, pet and pest stains; counterfeit money; ID verification, mineral identification, machinery and freon leaks and more.
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  • Asked by Shea
    12/18/2009
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    Does the Scorpion UV flashlight detect bedbugs? If so, is it the blood within the bedbug that is fluorescent?
    A
    No, the Scorpion UV flashlight is meant only for scorpion detection and also will work to detect rodent urine.  Bed bugs do not show up fluorescent when using any type of light, unfortunately.
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    5 of 6 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Sara from Glendale, Az
    08/09/2011
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    How many watts does Scorpion UV Flashlight have? I'm looking for a specific uv light wattage.
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    UV light is actually not measured in watts, it is measured in nanometers.  The manufacturer says that Scorpion UV Flashlight is 390 nm, or 390 nanometers.
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  • Asked by Billy
    12/22/2009
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    Is this a black light or white led lights with a colored lens on the Scorpion UV Flashlight?
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    These are actual black light LED's with a clear lens on the Scorpion UV Flashlight.
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    4 of 4 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Jerry from Washington, Pa 15301
    10/18/2011
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    Will this black-light help our sales employee detect the Steri-Fab crystals spraying on mattresses?
    The Pa. State inspectors are checking the concentration of Steri-Fab on our mattresses and furniture in our thrift shops for resale. They are using a $500 blacklight to inspect the amount of crystals dispersed. Will this help us in training and limited internal inspection?
    A
    We have never heard of mattresses being inspected with a blacklight to see if Sterifab crystals are present and we are not sure if the Scorpion UV black-light flashlights will work for this purpose. Luckily the Scorpion UV Flashlight is pretty inexpensive and in this case it wouldn't hurt to try it.
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    2 of 3 people found this answer helpful.
  • Asked by Ruth from Gunnison, Co
    09/20/2013
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    Are replacement bulbs available?
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    We do not carry replacement bulbs for these flashlights. We apologize for any inconvenience.
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