UV-C LED radiation sources do not emit any visible wavelenghts, which is opposite to the blue glow of conventional mercury discharge UV-C lamps.
At ZAPARAY we have banned these mercury lamps, hence the need to provide visual assurance the UV-C radiation required to reduce your pathogens is present. UV-C is dangerous for all organisms, including animals and human beings. That's why we installed a doubled safety systems and a watchdog to monitor the users safety.
Besides a visual indication of UV-C presence there was a need to quantify the amount of UV-C radiation given. Healthcare professionals are obliged to keep log files at hand about historical UV-C disinfection cycles, proving the required UV-C dose has been given. Our UV-C sensors constantly measure the radiation and monitor the reduction of viruses, bacteria, fungi...
All of these functionalities and much more converge into the RAY-CONTROL, the nerve system of any UV-C LED application.