TRACY® UV-C offers a panel for integration into multiple use case scenarios due to the unique form factor and market-leading lifespan.
The 6 mm slim design is perfect for places with limited height. Easy installation and minimal wiring.
Due the low efficiency of LED based UV-C light sources, thermal management in the design of the modules is essential. In applications where the electrical input power is high relatively to the heat convection of the light module you sometimes would need to integrate active cooling fans or similar. LED iBond can give further advice on integration of UV-C LED panels in individual cases.
TRACY® UV-C panel is a standard linear modules including versions with cooling fans.
|Technology||UV-C Light emitting diodes (LED)|
|Material packaging||Aluminum (TRACY®) or Aluminum/composite (GRACY)|
|Length/size panel||TRACY: 105mm –1800mm; GRACY: 50x50 to 1000x1000 mm|
|UV-C radiation power||32mW (Tjunction 65C), 50mW (Tjunction 25C) at 500 mA per LED spot|
|Power consumption||3,0 W / LED spot at 500 mA (6 Volt)|
|Disinfection rate mJ/cm2||Up to 99,99% (depends on exposure time, radiation power, and area size)|
|UV wavelength||270-280 nm|
|UV-C lifetime||Estimate 20.000 hrs (Tjunction 25C), 12.000 hrs (Tjunction 65C)|
|Country of Origin||Denmark|
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As a leading technology developer, LED iBond facilitates and supports the propagation of energy-saving LED-technology for climate improvements.
LED iBond’s technology is available as an open-source platform to everybody, encouraging innovation and proliferation of energy efficiency and climate improvement solutions.
Invented by a visionary engineer, TRACY® is an ultra-slim extendable lighting panel that serves as both an electrical conductor and LED lighting panel, thus minimizing the need for cables.
The lighting solution is also more sustainable than other, traditional lighting solutions. Choosing aluminum as the main material generates benefits such as a long lifespan and high recyclability.
Quote: Mads Bilø, Invita Hillerød