• AIR Research Team

Is the A.I.R. device user exposed to UV light?

Updated: Aug 27

Testing has shown that the person wearing the AIR Device (aka AIR Solo) is not exposed to any detectable level of UV exposure while using the device. Tests conducted include using an ultraviolet sensor to measure any UV light reflected or directed back into the direction of the user. The results showed no measurable amount of UV light was detected by the sensor when positioned in the face opening of the prototype model.

Update:

Tests conducted include using a UV sensor to measure any UV reflected back to the user. Tests conducted include using an ultraviolet sensor to measure any UV light reflected or directed back into the direction of the user. The results showed no measurable amount of UV irradiation was detected by the sensor when positioned in the face opening of a test head analog.



Additional Testing:

Using a UVC Radiometer placed the the airway opening of the device, the sensor is positioned to detect any UVC directed towards the user. As with the previous tests, the results showed no measurable amount of UV irradiation was directed towards the user.





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