Portable Baby Bottle Sterilizer Ellie Integrates Rayvio UV LED to Kill Germs

Rayvio CIO Yitao Liao has launched an Indigogo campaign to finance the launch of portable medical grade UV LED sterilizer, Ellie.

The light weight sanitizer can fit into a baby bag fairly easily and is big enough to fit two bottles in the device per use to kill germs.

The design of Ellie:
1. BPA-free, non-toxic plastic
2. UV-filtered viewing window 
3. Four TRUVIOLET digital UV light LED modules
4. Easy-to-clean, food-safe, aluminum-coated surfaces
5. Two-bottle capacity with electroplated rotatable shelf
6. Safety latch (Ellie won’t operate unless door is secure)
(All photos courtesy of Rayvio via Indiegogo)

Rayvio has applied its TRUVIOLET UV LED technology in the device, which uses 280 nanometer wavelength to eliminate 99.9% of harmful germs in 60 seconds.

UV LED technology used for the device are protected by U.S. patents, and a list of patents can be found below:

U.S. Patent No.

Name

US Patent 8816300

Portable UV-LED water purification system.

US Patent 8884258

UV light source and methods.

US Patent 8987755

UV LED structures and methods of manufacturing the same.

US Patent 9112103

Backside transparent substrate roughening for UV LED.

US Patent 9219204

Semiconductor device and a method of making a semiconductor device

US Patent 9318652

UV LED structures and methods of manufacturing the same

US Patent 9455300

Pixel array of ultraviolet light emitting devices.

US Patent 9461198

Backside transparent substrate roughening for UV LED.

US Patent 9468695

UV light source and methods

The small UV LED sanitization chamber uses four UV LED modules, where two are installed on top and two at the bottom of the device.
Ellie is a multi-purpose UV LED sanitization device that can be used to kill germs for ear pods, mobile phones, kitchen utensils and more.

The different objects Ellie can sterilize with UV LED light.

The USB chargeable device can be used 20 times throughout the week on a single charge, and will cost US $77 for early Indiegogo backers.

Rayvio’s Indigogo campaign has raised US $52,689 out of its US $40,000 goal with the aim of shipping its first batch of devices to backers by April 2017.

A mother holding and kissing her child.
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