The Hornet ultraviolet lamp fixture can be easily installed in most any residential and light commercial HVAC system to provide cleaner, healthier air; improve airflow and heat-exchange efficiency levels.
Ideal for applications up to 5 tons, the Hornet is designed to be exceptionally safe, easy to install, and simple to use.
Specs and Certifications
Hornet™ installs from outside your HVAC unit—no need to open equipment to get going or to change the lamp. Hornet’s lamp and lamp socket are water-resistant, shock-resistant, and built to last. Its low voltage wiring meets all codes, limits the danger of shock or fire, and can be mounted almost anywhere. A built-in lamp indicator or “light-pipe” quickly confirms proper operation by displaying the trademark “blue” light generated by all UV-C lamps.
What’s in the box:
The Hornet comes complete with everything required for quick and straightforward installation, including:
• 24V Hornet™ Power Supply
• 17” Low Mercury Lamp (option to substitute a 12” lamp)
• Mounting Ring (for rigid ductwork/sheet metal)
• Mounting Support Plate (for soft/flexible ductwork)
• 24V Wall Adapter (120-24V) with 6’ cord
• 2 7/8-inch Hole Saw
• Safety sticker
The Hornet easily installs on the exterior of the HVAC plenum, and its lamp projects into the airstream — so there is no need to open the system to install the fixture or change its lamp. Moreover, because the unit mounts from outside the system, you don’t have to reconfigure any ductwork, making the install very quick and clean.
If you’re mechanically inclined enough to own a drill and a Phillips head screwdriver, you can install this fixture. The Hornet can be hard-wired or the included 24 Volt wall adapter can be plugged into any standard 120V outlet.
The replacement cost for the lamps (which should be changed annually) is around $40 for the 17” lamp and $21 for the 12” lamp.
Cost to Operate:
The 17” lamp operates at 20-watts, so the overall power consumption would be approximately 180 kWh/yr ($16.20/yr at $0.09/kWh). The 12” lamp operates at 16-watts, or 144 kWh/yr ($12.96/yr).
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