It was a bit of a shock when I first saw the “ultra low-cost” power pack from Ultraviolet Air Purifier, a company founded by an ex-Microsoft software engineer.
According to the company’s website, Ultraviolet “provides a total of five energy efficient, low-power solar cells and solar panels at very low cost.”
Ultraviolet’s product page is filled with ads for solar panels and solar cell kits, which is a pretty typical trend for energy efficiency solar technology.
Ultraviolet is a new company, so it has some catching up to do, but its first product was a solar panel that was supposed to be cheap and simple to install.
And as we reported in November, UltUV has since gone on to sell the Ultraviolet Powerpack, a solar cell that is more powerful than many of its competitors.
The Ultraviolet Energy Pack has been sold in about 100 countries, according to Ultraviolet.
I don’t know about you, but the UltUV Energy Pack is definitely not a cheap power pack.
UltUV says that the product costs about $4,000 to install, but I can’t find any documentation of exactly how much the Ult UV Energy Pack costs.
And if Ultraviolet sells the Ult ultraviolet energy pack for $4.99, then it costs $12,000, or $3,800 per watt.
(That would mean Ultraviolet would need to sell somewhere between 25 and 50 million UltUV energy packs to make up for the cost of the solar panel and solar cells.)
Ultraviolet says that its solar cells work by “energy density,” which means that they absorb energy in different ways depending on how much energy they absorb.
Ult UV uses a combination of the light energy in the sun and the energy that comes from your home.
Ult ultraviolet solar cells convert the energy in sunlight into electricity, which can then be used to generate power.
Ult violet energy is “used primarily for heat generation and solar power production,” according to its website.
Ult virginal energy is not used for energy generation, and Ultraviolet claims that “ultraviolet energy can be converted to heat energy by the process of heat transfer.”
Ult UV also says that Ultraviolet energy “provide a unique solution for the installation of a solar energy source in the home” that has “a low cost of installation and a long lifespan of over 10 years.”
Ult ultraviolet says that “a large portion of its energy is captured in the solar cells, which means there is no need for expensive battery backup power or a backup generator.
It also means there are no carbon emissions, no emissions of harmful pollutants, and no environmental impact.”
Ult violet says that solar energy can “generate up to 50 kilowatts of energy per day, and can also be used for power generation or heating.
The energy is also used to make electricity.”
In fact, Ult UV claims that Ult UV energy can power a solar system “for more than 10 hours.”
In addition to selling Ultraviolet products, Ult ultraviolet has also launched a Kickstarter campaign for its Ultraviolet Solar Powerpack.
Ult Virgenate has also been selling energy-efficient solar panels.
According the Ult Violet website, it sells “ultrasolar energy modules for use with solar panels.”
Ult Virgine is also selling its “Ultraviolet Solar Cell Kit,” which is more power efficient than other solar cell kit types.
Ult Violet also says it has “further development and manufacturing efforts in the area of ultra-low cost solar energy systems.”
It does not have an estimated price on the Ult violet solar energy power pack, but we know that it will be around $3 to $4 thousand.
And, we also know that Ult violet is looking to raise at least $100,000 for the energy efficiency of the Ult VUV energy pack.
It is still unclear how much Ultraviolet will be able to sell for the Ult virga solar energy pack, or whether Ultraviolet can actually make a profit on the products.
But the energy efficient Ult UV solar power pack has raised quite a bit more than it’s worth, and it seems like Ultraviolet might have a shot at turning around a struggling company.
In our opinion, it seems that Ult ultraviolet is a promising company that is on the cusp of a comeback.
But it will take a lot more than just a $3-4k solar energy product to make Ultraviolet a success.