UV-C Sterilon lamps emitting ultraviolet light are one of the most effective devices capable of removing viruses, bacteria, fungi from the surface or destroying the DNA or RNA of any exposed microorganisms. It is enough to direct the UV lamp directly onto the surface for a specified time to effectively kill microorganisms. They are so powerful that they may produce harmful effects on human skin or eyes. Therefore, basic safety precautions should be observed when using UVC lamps for disinfection, i.e. you should not stay within the range of the light beam.
The task of the inverted RCR motion sensor is to protect people and animals against accidental intrusion into the zone of direct UV-C radiation of the lamp when it is switched on. When motion is detected (contrary to the standard application of the RCR sensor), the UV-C module is turned off. If there is no motion for a period of 10 minutes (in the specified coverage zone), the UV-C module is turned on again. Lamps with higher power (108W) will prove well in a room up to 35m2, those with the wattage of 72W are designed for areas of up to 25m2. There are recommended for use in healthcare facilities, grocery stores, public and private means of transport, at petrol stations, courier companies, public administration, and educational establishments. Depending on the distance from the light source, temperature and humidity, we take 15 minutes as an approximate disinfection time.
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