collimated beam

collimated beam

[′käl·ə‚mād·əd ′bēm]
(physics)
A beam of radiation or matter whose rays or particles are nearly parallel so that the beam does not converge or diverge appreciably.
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The binoculars act as a complete optical system, using the entire front aperture to gather light and focusing it into a collimated beam that comes out the eyepieces.
PearlBeam, from AquiSense Technologies, is a compact Collimated Beam Device, which employs UV- LEDs and emits radiation in the germicidal range.
Laser beam expanders are used within laser systems to expand or increase the size of a collimated beam.
More recently, a rectangular collimator device has been marketed with enhancement features that may help minimize the collimator cut technique errors created with a rectangular collimated beam.
The Aerosol Jet process creates a highly collimated beam of material that remains tightly focused during its travel from the nozzle to the target substrate.
Then we deal with a Gaussian Schell-model collimated beam scintillation index.
The intersection of the collimated beam with the detector's view creates a voxel, and the spectrum shows the type and quantity of each isotope in that voxel.
The glass AR coated aspherical lens may be adjusted to produce either a collimated beam or focused spot.
A judge was told how the container was "found to be emitting a narrow collimated beam of radiation, of a very high dose rate, vertically down from that package base".
Biodosimetry involves employing a microorganism for which the UV dose-response curve can be determined accurately in a collimated beam apparatus).
The QXi analyzers use a collimated beam of 13mm to 0.