Raycono All-Purpose Multi-Use UVC LED Light Handheld Rechargeable UVC LED Lamp
- Aim about 10 cm from the item to sterilize. Push button gently hold for 3 seconds for “on” mode.
- Wait 50 seconds for item to be sterilized. Automatically shuts off after 50 seconds. Or, turn “off” by pressing the button gently for 3 seconds.
- Fully charged battery can be used 3 times per day at 50 seconds per use up to 20 days.
- Two bead-sized UVC lamps. Built-in lithium rechargeable battery 500 mAh.
- UVC LED wavelength: 265-270 nm. Rate Input: 5V DC/150mA. Case Material: Aviaiton aluminum. Color：Silver metal.
- Perfect small size fits inside a pocket or handbag. Approximately 150 x 30 x 14 mm. Great for travel or at home.
- For an endless list of items :: electronics, masks, appliances, toys, phone, office products, personal products, public items, infant items, etc.
- UVC LED portable handheld germicidal anti virus sterilizer sanitizer UVC wand UVC light personal medical hygiene.
- Boxed item from the manufacturer includes instructions and cloth carry case.
Test conducted by the manufacturer showed 99% bacteria sterilization within 2-3 seconds, and also simulated tests from US/Germany lab showed UVC inactivation of virus test. To estimate the intensity required for virus bacteria sterilization, according to the calculations, this product should take 2-3 seconds to sterilize virus on assigned area with a germicidal rate of 99%.
|Name||UVC Portable Sterilizer|
|Item Weight||95.4 grams|
|Product Dimensions||150 x 30 x 14 mm|
|Batteries||1 Lithium rechargeable 500 mAh|
|Material||Aviation aluminum, military grade|
|Working Time||50 seconds|
What is Ultraviolet C or UVC?
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A low-pressure mercury-vapor discharge tube floods the inside of a biosafety cabinet with shortwave UV light when not in use, sterilizing microbiological contaminants from irradiated surfaces.
Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) is a disinfection method that uses short-wavelength ultraviolet (ultraviolet C or UV-C) light to kill or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids and disrupting their DNA, leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions. UVGI is used in a variety of applications, such as food, air, and water purification.
UV-C light is weak at the Earth’s surface since the ozone layer of the atmosphere blocks it. UVGI devices can produce strong enough UV-C light in circulating air or water systems to make them inhospitable environments to microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, molds, and other pathogens. UVGI can be coupled with a filtration system to sanitize air and water.
The application of UVGI to disinfection has been an accepted practice since the mid-20th century. It has been used primarily in medical sanitation and sterile work facilities. Increasingly, it has been employed to sterilize drinking and wastewater since the holding facilities are enclosed and can be circulated to ensure a higher exposure to the UV. In recent years, UVGI has found renewed application in air purifiers.
What is germicidal ultraviolet?
UV-C light is germicidal – i.e., it deactivates the DNA of bacteria, virus and other pathogens and thus destroys their ability to multiply and cause disease. Specifically, UV-C light causes damage to the nucleic acid of microorganisms by forming covalent bonds between certain adjacent bases in the DNA. The formation of such bonds prevent the DNA from being unzipped for replication, and the organism is unable to reproduce. In fact, when the organism tries to replicate, it dies.
What are the beneficial uses of germicidal ultraviolet?
Ultraviolet technology is a non-chemical approach to disinfection. In this method of disinfection, nothing is added which makes this process simple, inexpensive and requires very low maintenance. Ultraviolet purifiers utilize germicidal lamps that are designed and calculated to produce a certain dosage of ultraviolet (usually at least 16,000 microwatt seconds per square centimeter but many units actually have a much higher dosage.) The principle of design is based on a product of time and intensity – you must have a certain amount of both for a successful design.