Unidad de Valor Constante

(redirected from UVC)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Unidad de Valor Constante

An accounting currency introduced in 1993 to control inflation of the Ecuadorean sucre. Its initial value was set at 10,000 sucres to one UVC. This value was readjusted to account for inflation of the sucre. The UVC was abandoned in 2000 when Ecuador adopted the U.S. dollar.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Consider the following use cases for UVC LEDs in preventing the spread of HAIs:
UVC also has the ability to tap deep into consumer sentiment.
MoonBeam3 has three articulating arms, designed to optimize the UVC dose delivered to surfaces.
By multiplying the emission of UVC diodes by weighting, R&D engineers can determine the power output in terms of power available for disinfection for this specific pathogen.
The UVC dose required for a 1-Log or 90% reduction of Pseudomonas sp is 5,495 [micro]J/[cm.
The results for the three cell lines highlighted the inhibition (28% maximum) of cell migration following exposure to each of the three UV wavelengths compared with no treatment, and the most pronounced effect was consistently triggered by UVC irradiation (Figures 2(a) and 2(b)).
Newly available high performance UVC LEDs have lifetimes of 3,000-8,000 hours depending on application conditions (Figure 4).
that relies upon the UVC, state laws, and municipal and proposed model
UVC is also found in animal studies to be less damaging to tissue than UVB.
The study included 26 preterm newborns with UVC (Group 1) and 26 preterm newborns without UVC (Group 2).
The degradation of total aflatoxins as well as that of aflatoxin B1 by UVC irradiation was found to follow first order kinetics.
Hamilton Buhl offers the Hygenx UVC automatic headphone sanitizer.