The bulbs will last for a total of 25,000 hours of disinfection time.
Which translates to 3M uses in manual cycle mode or 1.5M uses in automatic cycle mode.
If a bulb change is required, you will be prompted as such on unit display. You can view what specific bulb is requiring replacement through the app. If you are not prompted to replace your bulb(s) we recommend you do so every 10 years.
We will have step-by-step instructions. We recommend this is done through your maintenance team or by utilizing 3rd party services that administer these types of white glove services. If you have questions, please contact our customer support team.
These will be available to purchase through our current channel partners selling UVone. This will include Amazon.
There are a total of 16 bulbs. 14 large bulbs and 2 small bulbs.
If this is desired it can be changed via the Settings in the App., otherwise the default setting requires the user to wave their hand in front of the sensor for door to reopen and access their device(s).
Yes, you can stop the 30-second cycle at anytime by waving your hand in front of the sensor at the top of the device.
It does this after an hour of non-use and lasts 2 minutes. It does this to ensure the bulbs ignite quickly when a disinfection cycle takes place.
Users are able to see how much time remains until a device is completely disinfected. The UVone display will indicate when a cycle is completed.
UVone can accommodate any device within 10.5 in (L) x 1.5 in (W) x 7.25 (H)–including tablet devices, iPad Devices, iPhones, Vocera Phones, Voalte Phones, Ascom Phones and more with or without a case. It can disinfect up to three smaller devices at one time.
Yes, it can be mounted to a wall with the mounting plate included with your UVone purchase. It can also be mounted to a wall using the included LocknCharge wall mount or any universal VESA wall mount.
No, it disinfects devices.
The sleek, compact design of UVone seamlessly integrates into any environment. Mount the station directly outside operating rooms, patient rooms, nurse’s stations or any area that is most convenient for use. Ideal for critical care areas such as: NICU and ICU.
Uvone is 6x quicker than conventional wipes. To be effective, traditional wipes can take upwards of three minutes to disinfect, while UVone disinfects in just 30 seconds. UV-C disinfection is more reliable and efficient than wipes–plus, it does not degrade the integrity of devices over time.
The 3rd party preliminary data validates kill rate claims and is available upon request. The final test data will be available in July 2020.
There is a recess for your finger to use to pry the door open manual when there is no power to the unit itself.
Late summer 2020.
The preliminary testing was conducted only on MRSA so kills 99.9999% of MRSA. Additional testing in process includes other bacteria and viruses such as Staph, E. Coli, Strep, C-Diff. We will have those test results and more specifics on this in July 2020.
COVID-19 is actual the name of the disease and not the virus. The virus that causes COVID-19 is SARS-CoV-2. It’s considered a Class B infectious disease, so is subject to BSL3 testing. Most commercial labs are not qualified to conduct this testing. In fact, there are less than 1,400 labs worldwide that are qualified to test for SARS-CoV-2. That being said, “Human Coronavirus 229E” is considered an acceptable “surrogate” for SARS-CoV-2. We are currently in process of testing for Human Coronavirus 229E. We should have these test results shortly. We have recently identified a lab that will be able to test UVone with SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. With a limited number of labs, and these labs being very high in demand, this testing will take a bit longer, but we should have this data by September/October time frame.
The app allows the user to:
- check if a replacement bulb is required, if so, which bulb,
- pushes through any updates to bugs or fireware
- change from Manual to Automatic mode
Manual mode requires an additional hand wave for a cycle to begin, vs. automatic mode which starts a cycle when the door is closed.
Therefore when a user takes his/her device from UVone after a disinfection cycle ends and waves their hand to close again it will automatically run another disinfection cycle without a device inside. UVone cannot recognize if a device or object is inside.
As a result, while in automatic cycle mode, the life of the bulbs is reduced to 1.5M uses vs. manual mode, which is 3M uses.
Very easy! This is done through the app, with a simple toggle on/off to switch between the two modes of operation.
LocknCharge has partnered with PhoneSoap in developing UVone. PhoneSoap has a proven track record of designing and developing devices utilizing UV-C technology to disinfect devices.
No, it is not necessarily required for use, however refer to question above as to what the app does.
The app shows the amount of time it has disinfected.
No, that’s perfectly normal and within the accepted tolerance levels. There is a very very small amount of ozone production that our noses can detect, but is still well below the EPA recommended ambient concentration of 0.05ppm.
There are a total of 16 bulbs. 14 large bulbs and 2 small bulbs. The wattage of each large bulb is 6 and small, 4.5.
There is not a safety coating on the bulbs, however they are behind quartz glass so the user is protected.
Most cell phone providers (Apple, AT&T, Samsung) don’t suggest anything stronger than 70% ethanol or isopropyl applied via soft lint-free cloth.
UV-C technology works well to disinfect hard, non-porous surfaces. While it does work on fabrics to some extent, it’s impossible to conduct an accurate study to support kill rate claims. For this reason we cannot make any kill rate claims using masks or fabrics of any kind with UVone.
UVone does not require EPA product registration, although because it is considered a device that claims to kill pesticides (virus’, germs) the production facility must be registered with the EPA. Our EPA certification #’s are 93719-CHN-1 and 93719-VTM-1.
UVone certifications include: ETL, CB, CE, FCC, IEC, ROHS and WEEE, coupled with our production facility being registered with the EPA.
UVone is ETL certified. ETL and UL/ULC test to the same standard. The only difference being the different certifying body that issues the certification; though they all certify to the same standard that is accepted globally and interchangeably. For this reason we are only pursing ETL certification at this time.
No, UVone is not considered a medical device so therefore not regulated by the FDA.
Yes, all 16-bulbs are LED.
UVone disinfects devices 360 degrees. In order for UV-C to be effective, the light must reach the entire surface area of device or object your disinfecting. A cart or station that has racks or otherwise does not allow for 360 degree exposure to light doesn’t effectively disinfect the entire surface area.
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