ParvaSens UV-C Integrator
ParvaSens UV-C Integrator
ParvaSens UV-C Integrator

Industry First

Patent Pending

ParvaSens UV-C Integrator

FAQ

UV-C Monitor

The ParvaSens.

Is the industry first device, that reads UV-C radiation and compares the received energy to an integrated database of microorganisms such as

Bacteria, Molds and Viruses.

Industry-First

Patent Pending

The ParvaSens.

Is the industry first device, that reads UV-C radiation and compares the

received energy to an integrated database of microorganisms

such as Bacteria, Molds and Viruses.

The ParvaSens. Is the industry first device, that reads UV-C radiation and compares the received energy to an integrated database of microorganisms such as Bacteria, Molds and Viruses.

THE PARVASENS. Is the industry first device, that reads UV-C radiation and compares the received energy to an integrated database of microorganisms such as

Bacteria, Molds and Viruses.

This makes it possible

- for the first time -

to directly proof if a given spot

has been UV-disinfected without

any lab testing !

This makes it possible

- for the first time

to directly proof if a given spot

has been UV-disinfected

without any lab testing !

Shortwave UV light has been used for many years to disinfect surfaces from microorganisms as an alternative to chemical cleaning. Due to the increased awareness, caused by the onset of the Covid19 pandemic, disinfection with UV light has become more mainstream.

As a result, a flood of UV devices appeared on the market promising perfect results in seconds, without any proof if this really is the case.

The ParvaSens now makes it possible for everyone to measure the disinfection power of any UV-C light source, effortless and accurately.

◊    Dual UV Sensor Technology

◊    UV-C Warning for User Protection

◊    Integrates up to 9999 minutes

◊    Works with any effective UV-C light

◊    Works with robotic UV-C equipment

◊    Huge microorganism database

UV Disinfection

UV Disinfection

Corona Virus

Sterilization and the disinfection of surfaces is not a simple task. 

UV radiation propagates in a straight path from the source. Shaded or far away surfaces may only receive very little or no UV light compared to surfaces hit by direct irradiation. This leads to different UV-doses at any given location.


The ParvaSens should be located at a position which is most important for the disinfection result. Multiple units may be needed for complete coverage.

The required UV-C dose for the desired deactivation level can be very high and consequently require a lot of time.

Sterilization and the

disinfection of surfaces

 is not a simple task. 

UV radiation propagates

in a straight path from the

source. Shaded or far away

surfaces may only receive very

little or no UV light compared 

to surfaces hit by direct irradiation.

This leads to different UV-doses at any  location.

The ParvaSens should be located at a position which is most important for the disinfection result. Multiple units may be needed for complete coverage.

The required UV-C dose for the desired deactivation level can be very high and consequently require a lot of time.

ParvaSens UV-C Integrator

Four lab standard, user selectable De-Activation levels (DA %) are available:
90, 99, 99.9 and 99.99 %

A DA of 99% means, that 99% of all bacteria for example, are deactivated once the ParvaSens has detected the required UV-C dose.

The UV-C dose is calculated in real-time by integrating the actual lamp power over time.


This assures that the correct UV-Dose is calculated, even if the power of the UV lamp varies. This happens when robotic devices roam across a room for example or lamps age.

ParvaSens UV-C Integrator

Bacteria, Mold and Viruses require different deactivation doses.  The ParvaSens shows a bar graph for each group separately.

ParvaSens UV-C Integrator

As soon as sufficient UV has been detected to deactivate a group of microorganisms

such as bacteria, a bright

LED will turn on.

When all three LED’s are lit,

the ParvaSens will chime.

ParvaSens UV-C Integrator

Microorganisms can be deactivated (killed) with short wave ultraviolet light. This feature is in use for water purification for many decades all over the world.


More recently UV-C light is also being used to deactivate (kill) microorganisms like viruses and bacteriae on surfaces. This has obviously many advantages compared to the more traditional chemical cleaning processes.


During the corona pandemic a lot of new UV device have reach the market, promising effective pathogen inactivation in seconds.

ParvaSens UV-C Integrator

Unfortunately the deactivation of microorganisms is not a trivial process. Disinfection devices typically use low-pressure mercury lamps or UV-LED’s to generate the UV-C light.  

One inherent problem of these light sources is, that they generate relatively low levels of UV-C energy. 


Additionally all units need some time to reach their maximum output and most devices cannot maintain their full output over longer periods of time. 


This makes any prediction of the disinfection success pure guesswork !

As the energy further significantly drops at usable distances (inverse-square law),  the effective deactivation power becomes very low and can only be measured in

milli- or even just microwatts per square centimeter.

Until now, there was no easy way tomeasure the exact deactivation power

of UV-C lights.

ParvaSens Microorganisms can be deactivated (killed) with short wave ultraviolet light. This feature is in use for water purification for many decades all over the world.  More recently UV-C light is also being used to deactivate (kill) microorganisms like viruses and bacteriae on surfaces. This has obviously many advantages compared to the more traditional chemical cleaning processes.  During the corona pandemic a lot of new UV device have reach the market, promising effective pathogen inactivation in seconds.   Unfortunately the deactivation of microorganisms is not a trivial process. Disinfection devices typically use low-pressure mercury lamps or UV-LED’s to generate the UV-C light.    One inherent problem of these light sources is, that they generate relatively low levels of UV-C energy.   Additionally all units need some time to reach their maximum output and most devices cannot maintain their full output over longer periods of time.   This makes any prediction of the disinfection success pure guesswork !

The ParvaSens will look for UV-C light and compares the energy to an internal database of microorganisms (Bacteria, Mold and Viruses) and displays progress bars to show the actual deactivation level. 


This works with all effective UV-C devices including robotic devices that move UV-C lights across a room. This patent-pending technology is only available in the ParvaSens family of products.

The ParvaSens Basic is tailored to all users that need easy to understand results without any scientific lingo.


This makes it perfect for everyday use in hospitals, doctor’s offices and everywhere else were no frills disinfection is a daily chore.

ParvaSens UV-C Integrator

The ParvaSens Advanced also

makes scientific data available, such as time under UV-C (s or min), average lamp power (mW/cm2) and total dose received (J/m2).

Both units contain a database of microorganisms to compare the received

UV-C energy to their individual deactivation level.

An additional feature of the ParvaSens is the UV-C scan function. The unit permanently monitors the surrounding for the presence of UV-C light.


For the safety of the operator a blue LED flashes if harmful UV-C is detected.

It is strongly recommend to take

appropriate measures to protect

the user from any radiation.

ParvaSens UV-C Integrator
ParvaSens UV-C Integrator

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