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.
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?
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