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Assembling UV-C Disinfection Light and Bluetooth Control for Room Disinfection

UVC light setThis is a #Maker project that provides instructions to those who want to assemble their own UV-C Disinfection Light with with a Bluetooth communication on an Android device along with a Bluetooth-enabled Arduino.

This Ultraviolet-C germicidal light was designed by the Lingnan Entrepreneurship Initiative at Lingnan University to enable the disinfection of low-income housing in Hong Kong. Volunteers from local non-governmental organizations used the lights to disinfect over 1000 low-income residences in Hong Kong during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. The lights were designed to be safe, durable and easy to use. The project was a collaboration between Lingnan University, Department of Social Work and Social Administration of the University of Hong Kong, Caritas Youth and Community Service, and Health In Action and funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. A fullest  of instructional manual can be accessed here.

This Bluetooth control module was designed to control the ultraviolet germicidal lights for Project Ultra-Violite by the Lingnan Entrepreneurship Initiative at Lingnan University. The lights used in this project enabled the disinfection of low-income housing in Hong Kong. Volunteers from local non-governmental organizations used the lights to disinfect over 1000 low-income residences in Hong Kong during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. These Bluetooth-controlled lights were designed to be safe, durable and easy to use. The project was a collaboration between Lingnan University, Department of Social Work and Social Administration of the University of Hong Kong, Caritas Youth and Community Service, and Health In Action and funded by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. More information can be found here: https://www.ln.edu.hk/lei/events/project-ultra-violite. This project can be used to control any ultraviolet light (or traditional lights as well), but was specifically designed and tested with the Project Ultra-Violite lights. Instructions for building those light units can be found here.