Use these UV (Ultraviolet) lights for close examination of the crime scene to reveal evidence not visible under normal lighting to the naked eye. Evidence can't hide from UV light. UV lights reveal hidden blood, fingerprints, fibers, and subcutaneous bruises on living and dead bodies.
Orange viewing goggles are sometimes used with UV lights to enhance the contrast of fluorescent fingerprint powder and to visualize fibers and body fluids. You can add orange goggles by selecting them from the pulldown menu beneath the product photo on this page.
Choose the wavelength using the pull-down menu. Most people will want the 400nm. The difference between the lights is:
New product: We now have a forensic light which emits a blue beam that works very well with our orange goggles. If you watch TV you've seen this personal alternate light in use. This forensic blue LED provides hands-free lighting for locating body fluids and in crime scene fingerprint processing when using fluorescent powders. Details Here
I bought a UV light to find sperm stains on hotel bed spreads. These work, but you probably don't want to know about the sperm in hotels. Its everywhere.
I wonder who saw semen stains WITHOUT using a filter with this baby?? Physiological fluids reflect light at a different wavelength and that's why the filter is needed. You would probably see the stains anyway.
I got this today in the mail. Its amazing. Its really interesting when used with Fluorescent Fingerprint powder, its so cool! Also, amazing when examining Passports, Paintings and money!! A must have for anyone interested in Forensics.