Benchmarking of 4 temperature sensors for the UV-C / heat, Arduino-controlled, face-mask disinfecting device.
Project tutorial by Jean Noël
UV-C / heat, Arduino-controlled, face-mask disinfecting device for Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). #COVID19DetectProtect
Project tutorial by Team NeedLab
by Jean Noël
Using the Arduino Cloud API to obtain IoT data for your MIT App Inventor apps.
by Harry Anderson
A wearable badge that warns users if they encroach another user's safe social distance. Low cost and no infrastructure required to operate.
Project tutorial by filipmu
A cheap, safe and effective way to prevent the spread of coronavirus. It only costs $11 to build, and it could save lives of many people,
Project tutorial by Rucksikaa Raajkumar
Yes, we are targetting FFP2 and N95 at the first place. Studies shown that UV-C and dry heat at 70°C will preserve the electret, at least for few disinfection cycles. On our side we want to keep it as a "KISS" (keep it stupid simple) solution. Your project with refill the static charge on masks after disinfecting sounds very interesting and relevant. Thanks for sharing.
Helpful for the V2: N95 Decontamination & Reuse Webinar | N95DECON & MGB
Merci. N'hésitez pas à me tenir informé de votre projet. Je vous envoie des informations issues de ma veille technologique sur l'emploi des UV-C qui pourront vous être utilise via Linkedin
Or connect with your social account:
New here? Create an account