UV mobile device sterilizer designed to reduce contamination

Device management system disinfects mobile devices while charging, syncing and managing them

March 14, 2016

A new UV  mobile device sterilizer designed to reduce contamination in healthcare facilities by disinfecting the devices while charging, syncing and managing them through a radiofrequency identification system, according to an article on the Healio.

The ElectroClave uses low-power ultraviolet-C (UV-C) light-emitting diode technology (LED) to prevent contamination of bacteria, viruses and fungi on mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, that are sensitive to high heat of other sterilization systems.

The ElectroClave can charge, sync and sterilize up to 12 devices simultaneously and is compatible with all major brands of tablets and smartphones. 

Spectroscopic analyzers are built into the mobile device management system to assess the surface of the device and ensure it is safe to use. 

Read the article.

 

 




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