UVC lamp in range of 185nm.
Frequency Range 1Hz - 40 MHz
Normal operation time is 3.5 hours.
Bluetooth tablet application control.
2000 mAh battery capacity chargeable.
Audio trigger mode by Bluetooth audio.
We can use sound healing files to activate this, thus there are audio files and MP3 files with extremely complicated sounds that are striking whether the libraries of sounds that have specific role singing in the physiology as well as energetics.
You may put that sound through the speaker, the back, or headphones, and then we have the ultraviolet tube, which converts vibrational sound into light.
WHAT IS UV LIGHT?
UV light is a type of electromagnetic radiation that exists between visible light and X-Rays.
The sun produces the majority of natural UV light, with roughly ten percent of sunlight being UV and only three to four percent passing through the atmosphere to reach the earth. UVA makes up 95% of the UV light that reaches
the earth, whereas UVB makes up 5%.
The sun's UVC rays do not reach the earth's surface. Only the UVC region has substantial germicidal effects due to DNA's spectrum sensitivity.
Ozone can produce a variety of disinfection byproducts, the most notable of which being bromate. Ozonation is regaining popularity, especially for surface water supplies that are contaminated by runoff. It is particularly effective against protozoan pathogen cysts and oocysts. While ozone is a powerful disinfectant against all waterborne pathogens, it is usually followed by low-level chlorination to assure residual disinfection as the treated water travels through the distribution system to the consumer.
Germicidal lamps that produce ozone eliminate bad odors and dangerous volatile organic compounds (VOCs) such sulfides, mercaptans, and ammonia. Ozone has the distinct benefit of being able to travel through the air to regions where direct UV light cannot reach. UV light with a wavelength of 185 nm kills bacteria and viruses on contact, while ozone generating lamps in a UV air purification system add a deodorizing impact.
In various germicidal applications for air, water, and surfaces, UV wavelengths of 185 nm are utilized in systems that generate ozone, a known oxidant that removes odors from the air and microbiological pollutants from water. UVC lamps that produce ozone emit UV radiation with a wavelength of 185 nm or less than 220 nm, which causes the oxygen (O2) in the air to decompress and produce ozone (O3).
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