HomeSoap UV sanitiser disinfects tablets and other household items that do not fit in the PhoneSoap devices. Following customers’ feedback, the new HomeSoap includes an on/off switch, which allows you to switch between manual and automatic or switch off the UV-C lamps at any point. As with PhoneSoap devices, it allows you to charge your phone or tablet while the UV-C lamps destroy 99.99%* of all germs on its surface.
- UV-C disinfection destroys 99.99%* of germs
- Duration of disinfection cycle: 10 minutes.
- Now with on/off button
- Suitable for iPad Pro and other large tablets (measurements of the disinfection compartment: 334 mm x 234 mm x 93 mm)
- Outer measurements: 380 mm x 283 mm x 151 mm
- Disinfect any object that fits in the HomeSoap device (remote, pacifiers, books, etc.)
- Thanks to its USB and USB-C ports, you can charge and disinfect devices simultanously.
- Includes AC/DC 12 V adapter.
How it works:
Ultraviolet (UV) radiation can be divided into different categories: UV-A, UV-B and UV-C. UV-C has the shortest wavelength out of the three (100 to 280 nm) and can damage the DNA and RNA of microorganisms, killing or deactivating them. This means that it has germicidal properties and can even neutralise antibiotic-resistant bacteria. In general, UV-C light is also harmful for humans, especially for our skin and eyes. That is why disinfection occurs inside the PhoneSoap device. This ensures that your eyes and skin are protected when using it.
You can switch the UV lamp off manually using the button on the top of the HomeSoap device.
Automatic mode: The disinfection cycle starts every time you close the door.
Manual mode: the disinfection cycle only starts once the lid is closed and you press the button. The UV-C light is also switched off automatically after 10 minutes or when you press the button again.
How to change mode: press and hold button for 3 seconds. A light will flash to indicate that you have changed modes.
*The PhoneSoap 3 device has been tested in labs: it is effective against several different types of bacteria and enveloped and non-enveloped viruses.