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BARRIER ZONE  ( light blue background )

The preceding image is an annotated Farlite™ UVPhasor. The major, visible components are labeled.  The light blue background indicates the presence of invisible UVC light.  Notice that it is above the artistically presented housing for the UVPhasor Array.  The light blue area is called a Barrier Zone because its presence acts as an inactivation barrier (killing barrier) to aerosol pathogens.


BARRIER ZONE HORIZON  ( lowest strike point of the projected light )

The UV Illuminator’s are mounted in that structure and they project UVC light up and out.  We use the term “Horizon” to refer to the lowest strike point of the projected light on a distant wall.  That point on the wall is also indicated. The Barrier Zone extends from the Barrier Zone Horizon to the ceiling.   Farlite™ configuration design does not allow UVPhasors to project into any area where humans might stray. 

The UVPhasor is equipped with many sensors that gather the environment of the UVPhasor.  The following is a partial list of the features and benefits of this UVPhasor. 



UVPhasor IoT Controller


Features and Benefits of The UVPhasor IoT Controller


AI Analytics Software operates autonomously of the UVPhasor IoT Controller to monitor and respond in real-time to changing conditions at every lamp.  As a service, FARLITETM  UVPhasors track the performance of its components as well as environmental conditions (air speeds, humidity, UVC intensity levels, lamp status and safety sensors).  It updates its operating parameters so that operating trends and issues like ageing lamps, lamp maladjustment leading to misalignment of flux, losses of power, weather and other environmental changes, among many others, are both detected and reported to the FARLITETM Cloud.  It may incrementally update its operating parameters to adapt to local changes. 


The SenzTM Controller reports UVPhasor state changes to the Farlite™ Cloud where software Intelligent Agents analyze the accumulated history of all service components to project upcoming problems, improve performance by adjusting operating parameters, and verify that the units are functioning per design.  


The following list indicates the standard computing, sensing and control components:

  • SenzTM Controller Modular (Zigbee mesh with multi I/O)
  • Battery backup for the SenzTM Controller
  • GPS Location and Orientation Detection
  • A number of variable output UV illuminators emitting filtered UVC light.  The light level is controlled by the SenzTM Controller
  • Visible/IR blind UV detectors to monitor lamp output at important locations
  • Green LED state-of-health status light visible from floor
  • 10 GHz Doppler personnel safety detector.  This sensor advises the controller if a human is in proximity to the UVPhasor array
  • Illuminator fault output (4xDI)
  • Adjustable parabolic reflectors as required for the lamps application
  • Triple Axis air velocity sensors
  • Universal power input (120/240/277 VAC)


FARLITETM can be run continuously to maintain its search for drifting VIRUSES