Some of the Customers of UV SYSTEMS, Inc. that Have Purchased
TripleBright and TripleBright II Display Lights and Timers

[As of July, 2016]

  1. A.E. Seaman Mineral Museum, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan – One SW TripleBright II and one LW370 TripleBright II
  2. Afghanistan Geological Survey Museum, Kabul, Afghanistan – Two SW TripleBright IIs and two LW370 TripleBright IIs.
  3. Alaska Museum of Natural History, Anchorage, Alaska – A SW TripleBright II and a LW370 TripleBright II
  4. American Museum of Natural History, New York, New York – One Dual TripleBright II with two LW370 lamps and a T-20 Timer
  5. Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas – Two LW370 TripleBright II.
  6. Bancroft Gem & Mineral Club Museum, L’Amable, Ontario, Canada – One SW TripleBright II, one MW TripleBright II, one LW370 TripleBright II, a T-20 Timer, and a Proximity Detector Circuit.
  7. BC Mining Museum, Britannia Beach, British Columbia, Canada – One Dual TripleBright II, SW and LW370, and a T-20 Timer
  8. Bob Campbell Geology Museum, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina – Four SW TripleBrights, three LW350 TripleBrights, and a T-10 Timer.
  9. California State Mining and Mineral Museum, Mariposa, California – One SW TripleBright and two 40W BLB lamps (F40T12/BLB).
  10. Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Eight SuperBright 2000SW and eight SuperBright 2010LW
  11. Centennial Museum, The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas – One SW TripleBright II, one LW350 TripleBright II, and a T-12 Timer
  12. The Clarence R. Smith Mineral Museum, Department of Geological & Environmental Sciences, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio – Two SW TripleBright IIs, one LW370 TripleBright II, a T-12 Timer, and a Phosphorescence Demonstration Unit
  13. Colgate University, Geology Department, Hamilton, New York – One SW TripleBright II
  14. Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado – Two SW TripleBright IIs and two LW350 TripleBright IIs
  15. Dallas Museum of Natural History (now Museum of Nature & Science), Dallas, Texas – Four SW TripleBright IIs, four LW350 TripleBright IIs, a Phosphorescence Demonstration Unit, and a T-12 Timer
  16. Earth and Planetary Sciences Building, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri – Three SW TripleBrights, two LW350 TripleBrights, and a T-12 Timer
  17. Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania – Two SW TripleBright IIs and one LW370 TripleBright II and T-20 Timer
  18. The Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art, Scranton, Pennsylvania – Two SW TripleBright IIs and two LW370 TripleBright IIs and T-20 Timer
  19. Fort Collins Museum of Discover, Fort Collins, Colorado – One LW370 TripleBright II and T-20 with push-button option.
  20. Fryxell Geology Museum, Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois. –Two SW TripleBright and two LW370 TripleBright and a T-10 Timer.
  21. Geology Department, St. Norbert College, De Pere, Wisconsin – One SW TripleBright II, one LW350 TripleBright II, and a T-20 Timer
  22. The Gillespie Museum of Minerals, Stetson University, DeLand, Florida – One SW TripleBright, one LW350 TripleBright, and a T-10 Timer
  23. Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry, England – Two SW TripleBright IIs and two LW370 TripleBright IIs
  24. Indiana Geological Survey, Bloomington, Indiana – Dual TripleBright II, SW and LW370 and a T-20 Timer
  25. Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana – One SW TripleBright II and a T-20 Timer
  26. Ishpeming Rock and Mineral Club, Ishpeming, Michigan – One SW TripleBright II and one LW370 TripleBright II
  27. Jurupa Mountain Cultural Center, Riverside, California – Two SW TripleBright IIs
  28. Klamath County Museum, Klamath Falls, Oregon – One SW TripleBright II, one LW370 TripleBright II, one T-20 Timer, and a Proximity Detector Circuit
  29. Kerr Arts & Cultural Center, Kerrville, Texas – One SW TripleBright, one LW350 TripleBright, one T-12 Timer, and a Phosphorescent Demonstration Unit
  30. Las Vegas Natural History Museum, Las Vegas, Nevada – Two SW TripleBright IIs and one LW370 TripleBright II
  31. Lora Robins Gallery of Design from Nature, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia – Fourteen SW TripleBright IIs, fourteen LW370 TripleBright IIs, and a special T-22 Timer
  32. Lizzadro Museum of Lapidary Art, Elmhurst, Illinois. Two Dual SW and LW370 TripleBright IIs.
  33. Museum of Discovery & Science, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida – One SW TripleBright II and one LW370 TripleBright II
  34. Museum of Geosciences, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia – Two SW TripleBrights, two LW350 TripleBrights, and a T-10 Timer
  35. Museum of Natural History, University of Florence, Florence, Italy – One SW TripleBright II and one MW TripleBright II
  36. Museum Victoria, Melbourne, Australia – Eight SW TripleBright IIs, eight LW370 TripleBright IIs and a T-20 Timer
  37. National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum, Leadville, Colorado – Two SW TripleBrights
  38. The National Museum of Northern Ireland, Ulster Museum, Belfast, Ireland – Five SW TripleBright IIs, four LW370 TripleBright IIs, and a T-20 Timer
  39. The Natural History Museum, London, England – Three SW SuperBright 2000SW, two LW350 SuperBright 2010LW
  40. The Newark Museum, Newark, New Jersey – Two SW TripleBrights
  41. New York State Museum, Albany, New York – One SW TripleBright, one LW350 TripleBright, and a T-10 Timer
  42. Oregon Trail Regional Museum, Baker City, Oregon – Two SW TripleBright IIs and one LW350 TripleBright II
  43. Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History, Pacific Grove, California – One SW TripleBright II, one LW370 TripleBright II, and a T-20 Timer with the proximity detector option.
  44. Pacific Mineral Museum, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada – One SW TripleBright
  45. Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum, Canyon, Texas – One SW TripleBright II, one LW370 TripleBright II, and a T-20 Timer.
  46. Paterson Museum, Paterson, New Jersey– Two SW TripleBright IIs, two LW370 TripleBright IIs, and a T-20 Timer.
  47. Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut – Two SW TripleBright IIs, two LW370 TripleBright IIs, and a T-20 Timer
  48. Presidente del Museo di Storia Naturale, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Florence, Italy – One SW TripleBright II and one MW TripleBright II.
  49. Radford University, Department of Geology, Radford, Virginia – Two SW TripleBright IIs, two LW370 TripleBright IIs, and a T-20 Timer
  50. Rand Desert Museum, Randsburg, California – One SW TripleBright II, one LW370 TripleBright II and a T-20 Timer.
  51. Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals, Hillsboro, Oregon – Three SW TripleBrights, two LW350 TripleBrights, and a T-10 Timer.
  52. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Two SW TripleBright IIs
  53. San Juan College, Farmington, New Mexico – One SW TripleBright II, one LW370 TripleBright II, and a T-20 Timer with the proximity detector option.
  54. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara, California – One SW TripleBright II, and one LW370 TripleBright II, and a T-20 Timer
  55. SCICON Museum, Tulare County Office of Education, Springville, California – Three SW TripleBright IIs, three LW370 TripleBright IIs, and a T-20 Timer.
  56. Science Museum of Western Virginia, Roanoke, Virginia – Two Dual TripleBright II’s (SW and LW370) and a T-20 Timer with the proximity detector option.
  57. Sterling Hill Mining Museum, Ogdensburg, New Jersey – Thirteen SW TripleBrights, four LW350 TripleBrights, eight SW TripleBright IIs, and a T-10 Timer.
  58. Smithsonian Institution, Museum of Natural History, Washington, District of Columbia – Two SW TripleBrights, two LW350 TripleBrights, two SW TripleBright IIs, and a T-10 Timer
  59. South Florida Science Museum, West Palm Beach, Florida – One SW TripleBright II, one LW350 TripleBright II, and a T-12 Timer
  60. Staten Island Museum, Staten Island, New York – One SW TripleBright, one LW350 TripleBright, and a T-12 Timer
  61. Stockwood Discovery Centre, Luton, England – One SW TripleBright II and one LW370 TripleBright II.
  62. Stones ‘N Bones Museum, Sarnia, Ontario, Canada – Two SW TripleBrights, two LW350 TripleBrights, a T-10 Timer, and a T-12 Timer
  63. The Tucson Gem & Mineral Society, Tucson, Arizona – Four special SW TripleBright IIs
  64. Washington University, Earth & Planetary Sciences, Saint Louis, Missouri. Three SW TripleBrights, one LW370 TripleBright, and a T-12 Timer.
  65. University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia – Two SW TripleBright IIs, and two LW370 TripleBright IIs.
  66. Weis Earth Science Museum, Menasha, Wisconsin – One SW TripleBright II, one LW370 TripleBright II, a T-20 Timer, and a Proximate Detector Circuit.
  67. Warthin Museum of Geology & Natural History, Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York – One SW TripleBright and one LW350 TripleBright