Smart Biological Detection & Early Warning System
BioBats quickly detects the presence of airborne viruses
and biological organisms such as bacteria and delivers
detected information to users to warn them to recognize
the condition of the site. After detection/warning, the
biological material is automatically collected in the disposable
cassette filter installed in the system, and it is commissioned
to a professional PCR analysis agency to enable
accurate identification. In addition, the data from detection/
warning is automatically saved to a remote server,
which can be used for statistical analysis as well as the
chain of transmission, significantly reducing the spread of
biological infectious diseases.
The key features of the BioBats are aerodynamic cyclones, laminar flow formation and transmission, high-sensitivity fluorescence measurement and signal processing, biological material capture and air quality measurement technologies.
The high-sensitivity fluorescence measurement and the signal processor mounted on the BioBats system allow the detection of living organisms and measurement technology for fine dusts of 1.0, 2.5, 10μm. By combining the detection capability and measurement technology together, the number of failures in detection and warning can be significantly decreased, resulting increase of the liability of the system. EBT is confident that we will contribute to helping people to live in a safer space not only now but also in the future.
Particles in a circular motion use the fact that heavy particles move to the outer edge and light particles move to the center by centrifugal force. This is a technology that selects and concen trates only the distribution of particles of a specific size, keeping the distribution of particles constant. To do this, the pump speed must be kept constant.
It is a technology that accurately moves sample particles to the designated position, and it is
necessary to accurately collide the particles with the laser of the fluorescence measurement.
Laminar flow must be generated by adjusting the speed of the pump so that the inside of the fluorescence measurement is not polluted and turbulent flow is not generated.
The velocity of a fluid can be measured using a point proportional to the difference in pressure.
Reduced use of lenses to minimize system size
Structural design to make the detector as close to the light source as possible to maximize measurement efficiency
Analysis of wide distribution of particles ranging in size from 0.3 to 10 ㎛ using multiple detec tors to maximize measurement efficiency
Determining the presence of a wide range of biological substances by measuring fluorescence signals with wavelengths of 430 to 470 nm
0.3 ~ 10um
More than 10times
405nm CW Laser 80mW
Semiconductor optical sensor 10^6 A/W sensitivity
10” touch screen display
External 100 to 220 vac
W324 x H457 x D254 mm