The ShortWaveLight™ Emitter

The ShortWaveLight™ Emitter

World's first solid-state source of far-UVC disinfecting light

The ShortWaveLight™ Purifier

The ShortWaveLight™ Purifier

Far-UVC light disinfects your personal airspace and workspace

Nano-LEDs

Nano-LEDs

For next-generation displays

Nano-LEDs

Nano-LEDs

For micro-LEDs with ultra-high resolution

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  • Visit us at CES: If you are venturing to Las Vegas for the CES 2022 consumer electronics show, visit us in the North Hall at the NS Nanotech Booth #8878.
  • We're Hiring: NS Nanotech is seeking qualified technical talent to help develop and manufacture our far-UVC ShortWaveLight™ Emitters and Purifiers in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  • Ramping Up Production: A multimillion-dollar licensing deal will enable us to start delivering solid-state far-UVC disinfecting light in 2022.
  • Evaluation Kit Program: We are shipping first samples of pre-production ShortWaveLight™ Emitters to manufacturing partners.
  • Breaking New Ground in Nano-LEDs: Our co-founder Professor Zetian Mi's research team at the University of Michigan secured a $1.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation.
  • Display Week 2021: Our CEO previewed the world's first solid-state far-UVC ShortWaveLight™ Emitter for an international audience at the annual Society for Information Display conference.
  • Electronic Products named our ShortWaveLight Emitter one of the Top Ten Products of 2020.

Our Technology
 

NS Nanotech's patented nitride semiconductors and nano-LED technology provide light in the invisible UV spectrum for far-UVC disinfection applications and in the visible RGB spectrum for the next generation of LED display technology (signage, mobile, AR/VR & HDTV).

Our far-UVC ShortWaveLight™ Emitters are the world's first semiconductors to produce invisible, short-wavelength ultraviolet light that researchers say inactivates coronavirus while posing less risk of harm to skin and eyes than longer-wavelength light. 

  • NS Nanotech's nitride semiconductor solid-state technology has the potential to displace current germicidal UVC lamps that are large, fragile, expensive, and too hot to touch, and that utilize bulbs filled with chemicals such as mercury and chlorine gas. 

  • In 2022 we will start shipping our ShortWaveLIght™ Emitter to manufacturers designing the next generation of far-UVC disinfection applications. We will also start shipping the portable personal ShortWaveLight™ Purifier, about the size of a coffee mug, that uses our far-UVC emitter to deactivate coronavirus in your personal airspace. You can pre-order yours with a 10% deposit on the $199 price at our new e-store at www.ShortWaveLight.com, with delivery after production starts in 2022.

 

And our patented nano-LED technology will be used in the coming generation of micro-LED displays for brighter, ultra-high resolution displays and very small display sizes without losing efficiency. It will also enable the first efficient far-UVC nano-LEDs for disinfection of air, surfaces, and water.