Friday, July 19, 2024

High Power Dual Chip UVC LEDs 

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The new dual-chip UVC LEDs are now available, providing next-level performance in water-quality sensors and high-reliability germicidal applications.

Marktech Optoelectronics has launched its new dual-chip UVC LEDs, available in 235nm and 255nm wavelengths. These high-power LEDs are designed to double the output of traditional single-chip LEDs, catering to the growing demand for effective deep UVC light sources in purification and instrumentation across various industries.

By integrating two UVC LEDs within a single package, Marktech has successfully enhanced the light output, significantly improving the efficiency and range of germicidal and analytical applications. This increased power output is particularly crucial in high-turbidity environments such as water purification systems and water quality sensors, where maintaining effectiveness is essential. Additionally, the enhanced power is vital for air and surface sanitization and sterilization solutions, where rapid and effective disinfection is necessary.

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Key Features and Benefits include:

  • Enhanced Power Output:These UVC LEDs double the light output compared to single-chip models, offering superior performance in critical sterilization tasks.
  • Broad Application Range: Ideal for high-demand environments, including healthcare facilities, public transport systems, and residential settings requiring stringent disinfection protocols.
  • Efficiency and Durability: Designed for reliable, long-lasting performance, these LEDs offer lower energy consumption and minimal maintenance compared to conventional UV light sources.
  • Safety and Eco-Friendliness:Mercury-free and designed with safety in mind, the 235nm LEDs result in lower irritation to human skin than 255nm LEDs, aligning with environmental and user safety standards.

“These new dual-chip UVC LEDs are a game-changer for industries requiring high-intensity disinfection solutions,” said Vince Forte, Chief Technology Officer at Marktech Optoelectronics. “They provide more power, efficiency, and increased safety utilizing the 235nm UV range, aligning with our commitment to sustainability and health safety.”

Akanksha Gaur
Akanksha Gaur
Akanksha Sondhi Gaur is a journalist at EFY. She has a German patent and brings a robust blend of 7 years of industrial & academic prowess to the table. Passionate about electronics, she has penned numerous research papers showcasing her expertise and keen insight.


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