Description

Each 15-Watt Filtered 222nm Far-UVC Lamp is hand-assembled and manufactured in an official ISO9001 Excimer Far-UV Light Factory (quality management systems) delivered by the Agency for International Standardization.  To provide the highest-quality Far-UV light products globally, a battery of testing that includes but is not limited to: Microbiological Effectiveness Test, IEC62471 (photobiological safety inspection), BACL ( 222m, wavelength test), and CE, FCC, RoHS Certifications.

  1. ● LCD Control Board with Remote Control
  2. ● Motion Sensor (Infrared)
  3. ● Timer Module For Looping
  4. ● 15-Watt Safety Filter Technology (Narrowband 222nm Emission)
  5. ● ZERO Mercury – Environment Friendly
  6. ● 15-Watt Peak wavelength 222nm
  7. ● Minimal Ozone Emission
  8. ● Wide Operating Temperature
  9. ● 15-Watts Instantaneous On/Off

When you need a 15-Watt Filtered 222nm, Far-UVC Lamp, make sure your Far UVC choice is always QuantaDose for the best Far-UVC lighting to meets your AP-UVGI needs. Our experts are standing by to assist you!

Sample Price $650 each

The minimum quantity factory direct price is $650 each

Sample Fee for under 5 units adds $100.00 to the order total!

Shipping cost is determined by location and method of delivery service requested.

>10 units = $696 for each unit

>50 units = $580 for each unit

+100 units = $464 for each unit

Contact us for quoting 1000 units or more

 

The below spreadsheet tool can help you figure out the time necessary to be effective UVGI and when the maximum levels of safe 222nm exposure have been reached under current international standards. USA 22 mJ/cm2  EU 30 mJ/cm2

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When mounting an overhead 15-watt Far-UVC ceiling light with a ceiling height of 10 feet, there’s a 75% drop in light power from 1 Foot to 2 Feet, but only a 5% drop in light from 4 feet to 10 feet with only 1% of the light power available at floor level.

For those without an intense knowledge of advanced mathematics (or even very basic mathematics for that matter), something such as the inverse-square law can seem incredibly daunting.

There are equations with numbers and variables, references to physics, and many more things which quite frankly seem very boring. For that reason, we’re going to try to cover this in a very practical way, rather than a technical one, and offer tools and charts that will make it even easier for everyone.  It can not be underscored enough how important it is to familiarize yourself with this basic mathematic principle to use the most cutting-edge sanitization method ever devised in human history – Far-UVC lighting.

The law itself, in AP-UVGI applications, using this 15-watt FAR-UVC light, applies to all lighting in general. It applies to any sort of electromagnetic radiation really. Its most relevant application here is germicidal irradiation using light wavelengths of between 207nm-230nm. This very narrow 23nm band of UV light was discovered as a small UV exposure window much safer for humans yet deadly to pathogens responsible for the current pandemic!

In a nutshell, it teaches how to use a 15-watt Far-UV light as a weapon in the War on Flu! The inverse-square law teaches us how 15-Watts of Far-UVC light works over distance and why the distance between your Far-UVC light source and your target area is so important when the amounts of Far-UV light reaching areas are paramount to the safety of people and the effectiveness of UVGI (Ultraviolet germicidal irradiation), or if adding Active Personal into the UV zone than, AP-UVGI, however just think of it as invisible light to keep things simple.

Let’s say we have a 15-watt Far UVC light source that is on full power and our bio-agent target is 1 foot away from it.  If our target moves double the distance away from the light (2 feet), how much of the light’s power will reach it? The natural reaction is to think “half power” – but unfortunately that’s now how light works, all light, including germicidal Far-UVC light all follow the inverse-square law of distance.

According to the law, the power of the light will be inversely proportional to the square of the distance. So if we take a distance of 2 and square it, we get 4, the inverse of which would be 1/4 or rather, a quarter of the original light power – not half.

Moving our target 3 feet from the 15-watt Far-UVC light source (3 * 3 = 9, so 1/9) the power of our Far-UVC light on the target now becomes 1/9th of what it originally was, and this is where time becomes a very important factor for effective germicidal irradiation and for the safety of active personnel in the Far-UV light disinfection zone over extended periods of time.

The below chart shows how the drops in light power work from one Far-UVC light mounted at a ceiling height of 300cm to the floor using a 15-watt 222nm excimer KrCl lamp properly bandpass filtered for a human-safe AP-UVGI application.

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222nm Far UVC DF15B-15W Excimer Lamp

QuantaLamp: Replacement 15W Far-UV Bulb

QuantaModule: Replacement 15W Far-UV Module

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QuantaGuard 15W Excimer Lamp Details
Input Voltage(V): DC 24V
Lamp Luminous Efficiency(lm/w): 2000
Warranty(Year): 1-Year
Support Dimmer: No
Lighting: 222nm Far UVC Disinfection
Lifespan (hours): 4000
Voltage: 220V
Application: Home, Hotel, Office, Retail spaces, Occupied areas, General areas, Restaurants, Commercial locations, Airport, School
Power Supply: DC
Portable: No
Light Source: Quartz Tube
wavelength(nm): 222
UV Optical Power(μW/cm2): 2500
Application Area(㎡): 30
Switch Mode: Remote Control, Manual Button, Bluetooth, Motion Sensor
Rated Power: 15W
UV Wavelength: FAR-UVC 222nm
Input Voltage: DC24V
Safety Requirement: Mercury Free
Material: Quartz Glass Filter, Aluminum Alloy, Sandblasting Oxidation (Silver)
Operating Temperature Range: -20℃ to +50℃
Warranty: 12 months
 Life Span: 4000+
Certification: CE/FCC/RoHS
Beam Angle: 60 degree
UV lamp: 222nm