This fluorescent latent print kit holds a UV light, fluorescent powder, applicator, fingerprint cards and tape. It is an efficient kit for the field technician to use at a crime scene to develop prints on difficult surfaces. Apply the fluorescent powder using the magnetic wand or feather duster, darken the room and fingerprints become visible when viewed with the orange goggles and illuminated with the supplied UV light.
Unlike traditional powder printing, fluorescent prints are primarily collected by photographing them. Photograph fingerprint evidence with an orange filter on the camera lens or by holding the goggles in front of the camera lens. Fingerprint cards and fingerprint tape are included to store your prints after photographing.
Select fluorescent powder colors using the pulldown menu. Red fluorescent powder is the best powder for most surfaces. Green fluorescent powder is especially sensitive to ultraviolet light sources and works on most surfaces. Choose pink or yellow fluorescent powder provide additional flexibility for removing background interference from difficult surfaces.
You will receive a magnetic applicator if you select a magnetic powder and you will receive a feather duster if you select regular powder. Order additional fluorescent powder colors here
- UV light, LED light in the 385nm range
- Fluorescent Powder, 1 oz.
- White Feather Duster or magnetic applicator
- Orange Goggles
- FBI Fingerprint CD
- Fingerprint cards
- Fingerprint tape, 1 1/2" wide
Choose Your Fingerprint Kit
Use on these Surfaces
||Untreated Metal: steel, stainless steel, iron, Wax or Waxed Surfaces, Smooth Surfaces: glass, paint varnish, Textured Surfaces: painted rough lumber, textured or brushed metal
||Plastic Films and Bags, Paper and Cardboard, Textured Surfaces: painted rough lumber, textured or brushed metal , Raw Wood
||Untreated Metal: steel, stainless steel, iron, Paper and Cardboard, Textured Surfaces: painted rough lumber, textured or brushed metal
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 24 November, 2005.