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UVC

(USB Video Class) See USB device class.
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to current or previous versions of the UVC and provides full excerpts
Although fluid and drug administration by way of UVC is considered to be a safe procedure, the effects of these procedures on arrhtyhmia and hear rate have not been studies yet.
To obtain a solid sample for UVC exposure, the sealants were cured in a porous mold to obtain a fully cured bead 1 mm (0.
The LifeSize UVC Platform is globally available with infrastructure applications starting at $3,999 U.
UVC energy is best known in the food industry for its ability to kill or inactivate mold and bacteria that may contaminate food products.
The SCS Precision UVC has three intensity settings for curing a wide variety of coatings and inks, an optional second UV cure zone, and an optional automatic conveyor-width adjustment feature.
One of our suppliers produced UV tubes and we learnt that UVC light particularly is recognised as a germicidal agent.
has an expanded line of UVC Emitters[TM] designed to enhance food safety through control of mold, bacteria, and viruses on surfaces and in the air.
Windows[R] compatible software offers integrated measurement for UVA, UVB, and UVC.
UVC light at 400 nm permits curing heavy amounts of adhesive or curing through clear or translucent material.
A new line of customized food product tumbling machines from C&S Equipment uses high output UVC light to decontaminate food surfaces in a wide range of applications.