Addressing Regulatory Trends with UVC LED Sensors

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Complex Regulations Call for Sensors to Monitor, Report in Real Time

Global environmental concerns over water and air pollution are leading to increasingly more stringent - and more complex - regulations over emissions. As a result, companies and utilities will need to develop a network of cost-effective sensors for monitoring and response in real-time. The use of optical spectroscopy with lattice matched UVC LEDs can effectively and affordably address these monitoring requirements, according to a new whitepaper from Crystal IS.

The whitepaper includes:
A detailed description of lattice matched UVC LEDs and how they can help companies address regulatory trends;
5 examples of how UVC LEDs can solve the problem of real-time monitoring and reporting;
Advantages to using UVC LEDs over other solutions in each example.
For more information on how this technology can help companies meet regulations, download the Addressing Regulatory Trends with UVC LED Sensors whitepaper from Crystal IS.
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