Lighting device

S.J. MacGregor (Inventor), J.G. Anderson (Inventor), G. Woolsey (Inventor), M. MacLean (Inventor)

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Abstract

A lighting device with at least one first-element that emits visible light at a wavelength and irradiance sufficient to inactivate one or more pathogenic bacterial species, and at least one second element that emits light of one or more longer wave-lengths to that of the first-element. The at least one second element has a higher illuminance than that of the at least one inactivating element or component.
LanguageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2007

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