LG Innotek Introduces Most Powerful UV-C LED for Water and Air Disinfection

LG Innotek, UV LED partner of LASER COMPONENTS, announces the first 70mW UV-C LED in the world. At 278nm, it features the highest power ever achieved from a single chip.

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Its improved light emission capabilities derive from a newly developed semi-conductor technology. Thanks to its robust 6x6mm SMD casing, it can be used in almost any environment. Other parameters such as wavelength (278nm), If, and Vf remain unchanged from earlier versions. The same accounts for life cycle, stability, and reliability.

UV-C light is popular for disinfecting air, water, and surfaces. This wavelength can also be used for curing. Thanks to its high power, the 70mW UV-C diode offers significant improvements of curing rate and time.

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