Testing Sunglasses for UVA & UVB Protection. What Range is Required?

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    I'm currently looking at putting together a device to measure UVA & UVB protection in a pair of sunglasses at home but the sensors I can find only register 280-390nm.

    Will this be a large enough range? Should I keep looking for a sensor that registers 280-400nm?

    As I said, the main purpose is testing whether a pair of sunglasses will be safe to wear in normal conditions.
     
    Gorillaz3030, Apr 11, 2017
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