Philips UV-C disinfection desk lamps - Disinfect your home from germs in an effective and easy way
Protect your home against viruses and bacteria with UV-C lighting
The Philips UV-C desk lamp can effectively deactivate viruses, bacteria, molds and spores, in a matter of minutes. Built-in sensors and timers provide an added layer of protection for you and your family.
Brand : Philips
• Simple to use, with clear control panel and voice guidance
• Added layer of protection with sensors and timers
With a five-meter sensor to ensure the safety of users and pets
• Dedicated driver design for disinfection effectiveness
• All bacteria and viruses tested to date respond to UV-C disinfection²
• In laboratory testing, Signify’s UV-C light sources inactivated 99% of SARS-CoV-2 virus on a surface with an exposure time of 6 seconds³
• Disinfects surfaces and objects in minutes¹
35 years of professionalism, confidence guarantee
Lamp life (up to): 9000 hours
** Caution : To avoid ultraviolet exposure, please leave the room and close the door.
Color : Silver
Voltage : 220-240V , 50/60Hz
Wattage : 24W
Product Dimension : L12 X W12 X H24.7 cm
Net weight : 0.8 kg
Warranty : 2 years
Suggest Disinfection Time : Living room (28m²) : 45 mins
Bedroom (20m²) : 30 mins
Bathroom (13m²) : 15mins
1. Disinfection effectiveness will vary depending on disinfection time, distance and type of surface/object. See product manual/webpage for details.
2.Fluence (UV Dose) Required to Achieve Incremental Log Inactivation of Bacteria, Protozoa, Viruses and Algae Revised, updated and expanded by Adel Haji Malayeri, Madjid Mohseni, Bill Cairns and James R. Bolton. With earlier contributions by Gabriel Chevrefils (2006) and Eric Caron (2006) With peer review by Benoit Barbeau, Harold Wright (1999) and Karl G. Linden.
3. Data made available to us by the National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (NEIDL) at Boston University, which has been collected from a laboratory experiment conducted by Dr. Anthony Griffths (Associate Professor of Microbiology at Boston University School of Medicine) and his team at the premises of the NEIDL (such data will be the subject of a forthcoming scientific publication by Boston University), shows that Signify’s UV-C light sources irradiating the surface of a material inoculated with SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes the COVID-19 disease) at a UV-C dose of 5mJ/cm2 (exposure time 6 seconds) resulted in a 99% reduction of the SARS-CoV-2 virus present on that surface. This study determined that a UV-C dose of 22mJ/cm2 results in a reduction of 99.9999% of SARS-CoV-2 virus on that surface (exposure time 25 seconds). Research variables are available upon request.
4. A comparison of pulsed and continuous ultraviolet light sources for the decontamination of surfaces. McDonald K.F., Curry R.D., Clevenger T.E., Unklesbay K., Eisenstark A., Golden J., Morgan R.D. IEEE Trans. Plasma Sci. 2000;28:1581–1587. doi: 10.1109/27.901237.