Bacteria Killing Robot CleanseBot for practical Convenient Home and Travel Household UV Sterilizers Mite Killer Robot
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In life, people come into contact with people, carry-on items, homes, workplaces, bacteria and viruses everywhere.Bacteria Killing Robotcan help you to sterilize the surface of the object at any time, avoiding contact of bacteria and viruses in your daily life. The automation of this product also enables you to ease your mind and let sanitization runs on its own.
Name: Bacteria Killing Robot
Working voltage: DC5V
Charging mode: USB cable
Battery capacity: 4800mAh
Charging time: 0.5h or so
Working time: Greater than 120min
Brand Name: TOCOOL
Power (W): <800W
What is Ultra Violet Light?
Ultraviolet (UV) light is a type of electromagnetic radiation. UV light falls in the range of the EM spectrum between visible light and X-rays. According to the U.S. Navy's "Ultraviolet Radiation Guide," UV is generally divided into three sub-bands: UVA(315–400 nm); UVB(280–315 nm); UVC(180–280 nm).
How UV Light works for disinfection?
UV radiation energy breaks chemical bonds. It kills or inactivate microorganisms by destroying nucleic acids (RNA & DNA), leaving them unable to perform vital cellular functions. UV light kills 99.9% of bacteria and germs in seconds which are terribly dangerous due to their contagious nature, killing them almost instantly.
Comparing to others such as chemical and heat etcetera, UV light is quick, easy and clean.
UVC LED compare to Non-LED UV light sources
With advanced semiconductor technology, Light-Emitting Diodes (LED) produces desire wavelengths of 260nm to 280nm (UVC). These are the most powerful UV light in the UV family.
Key Advantages of LED
Environmental friendly - no Mercury and Ozone generation
Stable operation at low temperature (e.g., in refrigerator), meaning efficiency is kept at maximum over wide temperature range.
Durable (mechanical robustness) and long working life