Hi @eminor and @noodlesukI suspect if a fish or shrimp was right next to the uvc it could be dangerous.
over here uvcHi @eminor and @noodlesuk
And, not only fish or shrimp. If the lamp was used as shown in the illustration above, it would be downright dangerous to we humans. UV-C light is damaging to the eyes. I suspect the picture in the OP's post is - as I said - purely for illustration. Perhaps the OP could let us have the manufacturer's name and product model number. And, a link to the relevant website would be very helpful.
That's strange, the link works for me.Hi @eminor
On the page to which you linked from post #4 above, there are no products bearing the name NeverElse. I am thus unable to comment further.
Sorry about that.
kind of, i'm gonna try to get internal uv lamp, do not want to play with that =)That's scary.
If I follow the link, it takes me to a page showing no less than 30 products on it, none of which show NeverElse!That's strange, the link works for me.
If you open in the Ali express app, it shows generic uvc products, a big list. If you open the link in chrome, it goes to a page just with that product on (as in the picture from OP). For me anyway. Also depends on regions, as to what it shows in the app.Hi Everyone,
In post #1 above (i.e. the original post in this thread), the attached image below is what I'm seeing:
Are others seeing something different?
If you scroll down the page it gives you the warnings. No 3)Hello, is there a risk for my shrimps and fish with that kind of uv-c light ? thx
And they show the pic linked in post 6!If you scroll down the page it gives you the warnings. No 3)