We are a leading ultraviolet solution to disinfect solid surfaces, liquids, and air. Our products include excimer lamps, Krypton flashlamps, and UVC LED. These light sources are ideal for various applications that require a high level of protection from harmful microorganisms. With a broad range of modules, light systems, and components, we can meet the diverse needs of our customers. We have a proven track record of delivering effective and efficient UVC solutions that can eliminate harmful pathogens.
Our UVC LED solutions are designed to meet the specific requirements of our customers and can be customized to meet the needs of different market sectors. Our team of engineers has extensive experience developing innovative and functional design solutions that have optimal light delivery. Our expertise includes the design of chip-on-board LED assemblies, optical design, power controls, and mechanical enclosures.
Our precision optical designs are ideal for delivering the highest energy-efficient irradiance and irradiance to the target area. It eliminates the need for additional power and allows us to provide the lowest system cost. Through our photon detection sensors, we can also provide a closed-loop feedback signal to ensure the optimal output dosage for our customers.
We are dedicated to providing our customers with the best possible solution for their UVC LED germicidal needs. We work closely with them to develop a customized solution that fits their requirements. We have been developing custom LED solutions that are ideal for various applications. From supplying discrete UVC LED modules to fully integrated systems, we can deliver solutions ideal for the most demanding environments.
Why Opt For A UVC LED?
Although there are many advantages to using UVC lights, the main one is that they are the most beneficial for the user due to their longevity and minimal maintenance. The advantages of using UVC LED lights are that they are more eco-friendly and energy efficient.
They are also more compact and can be used without any additional maintenance. A high-intensity UVC LED light can provide an immediate and irreversible inactivation effect. The compact size of UVC LED lights also helped develop various point-of-use solutions for disinfection that can be used to disinfect water bottles and cans, among other objects.
How Does the UVC LED Work?
Different types of UV-C treatments can be performed depending on the solution used. The principles of how they work remain the same. An LED uses a small amount of electricity to produce a pre-defined wavelength. The UVC photons damage the microorganism’s DNA and penetrate the cells. Due to how these cells cannot replicate, they render harmful microorganisms inactive. The high-intensity radiation produced by UVC LEDs kills the bacteria in seconds.
Applications of UV-C LEDs
There are various applications where UVC LEDs could potentially be used to address current and future disinfection challenges. The rapid emergence and evolution of UVC LEDs have led to their potential to be used in various water treatment and purification applications. They are chemical-free, have low maintenance, and can effectively inactivate pathogens. There are numerous applications for UVC LEDs, ranging from healthcare to commercial. They can also be used in emergency response.
Most commercial buildings now use LEDs as their primary light source. However, traditional light sources such as mercury tubes are still preferred when disinfecting. LEDs are also becoming more popular due to their ability to kill pathogens. Ultraviolet-C technology has been used for over a century to zap harmful germs. These LEDs are safer for the environment and have a longer life span.
Innovations and the availability of effective tools and products have led to the creation of more UVC LED solutions. These can help protect people and prevent the spread of the disease. Depending on the type of LED, its composition and wavelength can be used to create a light source that kills harmful germs. UVC LEDs are known to inactivate various pathogens at 260 to 280 nm.
Compared to traditional UVC lamps, UVC LEDs are more compact and have better design options. They also consume less energy. Also, unlike mercury-vapor sources, they don’t require a warm-up period. They’re also safer for the environment as they don’t contain mercury like the traditional ones.