Germicidal Power of UVC LEDs - A Systematic Approach 
As UVC LED gain traction in disinfection applications, high volume manufacturers are requesting a systematic method for specification of germicidal power output.  In this webinar we discuss an approach to this request by focusing on the germicidal efficacy of UVC power as a function of wavelength and on what is meant by "germicidal power". 

Presented by Rajul Randive, Director of Application Engineering

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The Basics of Disinfection Using UVC LEDs
The use of UV light for disinfection is gaining popularity over chemical disinfection in a variety of industries including healthcare, consumer products, food & beverage, and lab water. The increased popularity is driven in part by the availability of high performance UVC LEDs which show progress in power output and device lifetime. UVC LEDs provide designers with a more effective germicidal light source; more design flexibility, which leads to more optimized systems; and reduced cost of ownership for the end user. In this webinar, we will discuss the basics of UVC LEDs and their benefits over other methods of disinfection; the basics of UV disinfection (including log reduction and dosage requirements); and common target microbes for these applications. Examples will be provided for both low flow water disinfection and surface disinfection applications.

Presented by Rajul Randive, Director of Application Engineering.

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UVC LEDs in Pharmaceuticals, Life Sciences and Healthcare

High performances UVC LEDs are increasingly replacing traditional UV light sources such as deuterium and xenon flash lamps in a range of sensors and instruments used in the health industries. Benefits of using UVC LEDs in system and ownership costs, performance, response times, and portability will be highlighted. This webinar will also provide examples of how absorption and fluorescence spectroscopy with UVC LEDs is used in pharmaceutical manufacturing, clinical labs, and healthcare centers. Finally, this webinar will provide an introductory guide to UVC light source selection, drive current optimization, and thermal management.

Presented by Hari Venugopalan, Director of Global Product Management.

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UVC LEDs for Biofilm Prevention and Biofouling Control

Biofilm and/or biofouling affects a range of systems and components across many industries, from bioprocess equipment to piping and cooling towers and any instrument or sensor used in coastal and marine environments. Companies are seeking alternative solutions for biofilm and biofouling prevention due to the relative ineffectiveness or environmental concerns of traditional methods. Radiation in the UVC range of 250-280 nm can prevent biofilm formation and the recent emergence of high performance UVC LEDs is leading to increasing LED adoption in several applications. This webinar discusses the benefits in using UV LEDs over traditional methods and presents the use of optical simulation in designing with LEDs. 

Presented by Hari Venugopalan, Director of Global Product Management.

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Real Time Process Monitoring with UVC LEDs
The recent emergence of high performance UVC LEDs is leading to increasing LED adoption in real-time process monitoring. UV-Vis and fluorescence spectroscopy with UVC LEDs can be used to drive insight into processes in the water treatment, pharmaceutical manufacturing, environmental monitoring and healthcare industries. This webinar will provide examples of how UVC LEDs can be used to control and optimize processes, schedule maintenance, meet regulatory requirements and drive continuous process improvement. The role of LED parameters such as light output, spectral quality, duty cycle and lifetime in sensor performance and cost of ownership will be discussed.  

Presented by Hari Venugopalan, Director of Global Product Management.

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Designing with UVC LEDs in Life Sciences & Analytical Instruments
The recent emergence of high performance UVC LEDs is leading to increasing LED adoption in several analytical and life science instrumentation applications.  This webinar will provide a step-by-step guide on how to use UVC LEDs in instrumentation applications ranging from water quality to HPLC. Topics covered will include light source selection (wavelength, viewing angle, light output), drive current optimization, tips for thermal management & more. In addition, introduction to LED lifetime concepts will be provided. Anybody looking for an introduction to using UVC LEDs in instrumentation applications could benefit.  

Presented by Hari Venugopalan, Director of Global Product Management.

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Advantages of UVC LEDs in Spectroscopic Instruments
The recent emergence of high performance UVC LEDs is leading to increased LED adoption in several analytical and life science instrumentation applications. In this webinar, we will discuss the general benefits in using UVC LEDs over deuterium, mercury and xenon flash lamps. Benefits include better performance, ease of use, lower costs (both initial and ongoing costs) and design freedom. In addition, the advantages in using UVC LEDs in specific applications such as water quality monitoring, ozone monitoring and DNA concentration measurements will be highlighted. Finally, the performance and reliability of UVC LEDs on aluminum nitride substrates will be compared against UVC LEDs on sapphire substrates.

Presented by Hari Venugopalan, Director of Global Product Management.

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Addressing Environmental Regulatory Trends with UVC LEDs and UVC LED-based Sensors
Global environmental concerns over water and air pollution are leading to new regulations that require real-time monitoring and detection of lower concentrations of compounds. Furthermore, additional compounds are being brought under regulatory control. This webinar will provide examples of how LEDs can be used to develop cost-effective sensors in monitoring applications such as water quality in treated wastewater, ballast water in ships, ozone emissions in cities and benzene emissions in chemical refineries. In addition, environmental regulations restricting the use of toxic chemicals in biofouling control and mercury lamps in sensors are leading to the adoption of LEDs which will also be discussed. Besides system and ownership costs, the benefits of using UVC LEDs in enhancing performance, response times and portability will be highlighted.

Presented by Hari Venugopalan, Director of Global Product Management.

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