Optoelectronics

LED series to provide sterilisation through flip chips

12th March 2020
Alex Lynn

EVERLIGHT ELECTRONICS has released its new ELUC3535NUB series of UVC products for the maintenance of life quality and health, using the epitaxial and flip chips on the sapphire substrate to guarantee quality and sterilisation.

UV rays with short wavelengths and strong energy can trigger chemical reactions and change matter, when exposed to radiation. Popular markets for UV applications are curing, medical treatment, photocatalyst and counterfeit testing. Recently a rapid growth of demand in the markets for UV technology can be seen, especially in air purification and the sterilisation of standing or running water. EVERLIGHT has invested in LED technology for many years and has developed UVA and UVC products. There are already existing 2016, 3535 and 4545 packages for UVA (UV black light radiation, 360-410nm) including low to high wattages and several kinds of emitting angles for individual customer options.

EVERLIGHT now also offers the new ELUC3535NUB UVC LED Series (3.5x3.5x1.4mm), packaged in inorganic quartz glass with a wavelength of 280nm. The product series covers three different intensity levels (2mW, 10mW and 30mW), which makes it ideal for various different applications like medical treatment, water or air purification and sterilisation of germs, viruses or mold.

Furthermore, the ELUC3535NUB LEDs can be used for deodorising and bactericidal treatment, when installed for instance in a modern smart toilet. A similar effect can also be achieved by using our UVA3535 (1.8W, 120゚) LEDs in combination with Titanium dioxide (TiO2).

Based on our professional research and development experience of more than 37 years, we combine R&D knowhow with marketing skills to continuously seek innovations and breakthroughs on package technology. Furthermore, we apply strict production and quality control to provide perfect LED solutions to our customers.

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