> I doubt it very much. What Kent was talking about is a device known as a
> *light integrator* which monitors not only the intensity but the total
> amount of UV radiation coming out of a light exposure system. They take
> care of factors such as lamp aging, voltage fluctuation, temperature,
> and... the alignment of planets;-)
The manual for the Metrolux II timer indicates that some people use it as a
light integrator with the sun or other UV source. The central purpose of
the unit is to provide constant light-output exposures for enlargers with
coldlight light sources (which is why I bought one), but there's no reason
why it couldn't work just as well for UV light sources (which is a bonus).
Before I bought my metrolux, I posted a message asking if anyone was
actually using the Metrolux II for platinum or other iron-based printing
and two people sent me mail saying they were happy with the results.