The second generation of the new Nichia UVC LED, the NCSU334B raises the performance bar for deep UV LEDs with 70mW radiant power for only 1.9W of energy consumption.
This performance increases the range of possible applications in the filed of disinfection from viruses and bacteria. One or a small number of Nichia UVC LEDs can be used for surface disinfection of objects, with 99% kill rate achievable in less than 20 seconds from a distance of 50 mm (data for NCSU334A).
A combination of UVC and UVA LEDs can substantially increase the disinfection capability, as detailed in this article on our blog.
Nichia is the largest LED manufacturers in the world and inventor of the blue (and thus also white) light emitting diode. The innovative Nichia research department is a pioneer when it comes to efficiency and establishes records on a regular basis.
Durability, brightness and homogeneity are among the major strengths of the Nichia brand. Furthermore, the fine selection allows greater added value for professional processing.
Warning Actinic UV danger for eyes and skin
Ultra violet radiation in the wavelength range of 200-400nm may cause inflammation of the cornea as well as a UV erythema (sunburn) of the skin. The biological effectiveness of the UV radiation varies in the stated wavelength range and is described with the spectral response function (weighting scale) SUV.
See PDF documents for data sheet, safety warning and product guide.
|LED Size||6.8x6.8 mm|
|LED Family||Nichia UV (New!)|
|LED Installation Package||Emitter|
|Forward Current Typ||350 ma|
|Forward Voltage Typ (V)||5.2|
|Manufacturer Product Code||NCSU334BT|