Osram's first UV-C LEDs in stock at Mouser
These are Osram's first UV-C LEDs, boast space-saving dimensions that enable designers to incorporate them for direct sanitising interaction in small and robust air, water, and surface disinfection and purification applications, as well as treatment and sensing.
The compact size of these UV-C LEDs and direct emission properties enable designers to implement them in direct interaction with the substance being sanitised.
Direct integration into the light sources also helps to ensure that the high-energy, short-wave UV-C light does not reach the surrounding area to pose a risk to people.
Osram's Oslon UV 3636 LEDs are available in low- and mid-power versions, utilising a robust ceramic package material, quartz glass cover, and electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection.
The low-power version achieves a radiant flux of 4.7 mW (typ.) at 30 mA, while the mid-power provides 42 mW (typ.) at 350 mA.
Both versions offer a peak wavelength of 275 nm and a 120-degree emission angle in a compact footprint of 3.6 mm × 3.6 mm.
Applications for the Oslon UV 3636 LEDs include medical, home goods, and consumer applications, ranging from point-of-use water treatment and automotive interior disinfection to air purification in portal devices or air conditioning systems.