Ultraviolet disinfection unit LED -UVC
Ultraviolet disinfection unit Xenon- UVC
Broad spectrum coverage
(250 nm), monochromatic
Wide spectrum wavelengths starting at 170 nm
Ozone gas production by light source
No. Ozone is created from UV light with wavelength between emission 160nm-240nm
Yes! Ozone penetrates and sanitizes shaded areas like in mice, keyboards, remote controls, etc.
Inactivates/kills microbes in shaded areas
Radiant energy (fluence) required
High fluence (not energy efficient)
Lower fluence (it is energy efficient)
“You get what you pay for. Any [UVC] device selling for under $150 is probably not effective or reliable. Most quality devices are probably closer to the $300 to $500 range or higher” says Jim Malley, PhD, professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of New Hampshire, who is testing how well UVC can sanitize devices and protective gear in hospitals during COVID-19 -19 outbreak. One more advice from Dr Malley: “Lack of a user’s manual, lack of customer and technical service departments, and lack of performance data from independent testing labs all suggest it will not be a good purchase”.
Safety note: PXL Sanitizer comes with full training manual, and UVC safety glasses. All UVC devices should be used on surfaces only, avoid skin or eye exposure to UVC light.
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