UV Light Sanitizer UVC Sterilizing Disinfection Lamp Kill 99% Germs Portable

UV Light Sanitizer UVC Sterilizing Disinfection Lamp Kill 99% Germs Portable

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Portable with Ozone 500mA USB Charging UV LED Light Sterilizer

1. How does UV light kill bacteria?
Germicidal UV has been used in healthcare, food processing, and biotech and have proven their effectiveness at the industrial level.
UV-C light disrupts the DNA of pathogens, destroying their ability to function and to replicate.

2.Application Scenarios:
Sterilize the surface of things, such as Tableware, Glasses, Mobil, Toothbrush, Earphone, Make up tools, Baby nipples, Toys and etc.


1.Several minutes to kill  up to 99.9% Viruss & bacteria (including SARS & H1N1);
2.Mini size design. It can be easily put in your wardrobe and shoe ark
3.Press the button to start sterilization


Color Black 
Rated input 5V/1A
Disinfection power 1.5W
Aromatherapy power 0.5W
Max power 2.5W
UV wavelength 185nm
Working temperature -10℃-45℃
N.W 375g
G.W 650g
Inside dimension 156*57*37mm
Outer dimension 180*60*40mm



Ultraviolet (UV) light is a short wavelength light invisible to the human eye. When it comes to wavelengths, lights in our homes and outdoors are a longer wavelength light while X-rays are a shorter wavelength light. UV falls between the two.

The sun puts out three different types of ultraviolet light: UVA light, UVB light and UVC light. The first two are let into the atmosphere in various intensities and are what cause wrinkles, sunburns, etc. UVC light is almost completely absorbed by the earth’s ozone layer, so it's generally the one that people are less familiar with - but it's powerful none the less. 

Spectrum of Light


It was discovered in the late 1800s that UVC light can actually be used as a UV light sanitizer with the ability to kill up to 99.9% of germs. The technology was put to use in the early 1900s in Europe for water purification and is still used today.

Without getting too technical, a UVC light sanitizer acts by penetrating the thin wall of a small microscopic organism and destroying its nucleic acids. This disrupts the DNA structure and either kills it or renders it unable to reproduce - and therefore harmless. As a result, the use of UVC light to sanitize and kill germs has many applications.