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- ItemHandheld UV Flashlight
- Lamp TypeLED
- Battery SizeAAA
- Number of Batteries3
- Batteries IncludedYes
- Battery Burn Time10 hr.
- Lamp Life100K hr.
- Body ColorYellow and Gray
- Body MaterialABS 757
- Switch TypeMomentary
- Lens MaterialPolycarbonate
- Battery TypeAlkaline
- Impact ResistanceNot Specified
- Water Penetration RatingNot Specified
- Light Output ModesUV/Laser/Laser Light Combination
- StandardsFDA 21, CFR 1040.10.11, EN60825-1:01
- IncludesKey Chain Carabiner, Batteries
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To answer your question more specifically, OSHA states this: "The eyes are particularly sensitive to UV radiation. Even a short exposure of a few seconds can result in a painful, but temporary condition known as photokeratitis and conjunctivitis. Photokeratitis is a painful condition caused by the inflammation of the cornea of the eye. The eye waters and vision is blurred. Conjunctivitis is the inflammation of the conjunctiva (the membrane that covers the inside of the eyelids and the sclera, the white part of the eyeball); which becomes swollen and produces a watery discharge. It causes discomfort rather than pain and does not usually affect vision.
"Examples of eye disorders resulting from UV exposure include "flash burn", "ground-glass eye ball", "welder's flash" and "snow blindness" - depending on the source of the UV light causing the injury. The symptoms are pain, discomfort similar to the feeling of sand in the eye and an aversion to bright light."
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