infrared window

infrared window

[¦in·frə¦red ′win·dō]
(geophysics)
A frequency region in the infrared where there is good transmission of electromagnetic radiation through the atmosphere.
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The topics include the dependence of granular matrix demagnetizing factor on the matrix relative size, water-resistant material from fiber and acrylc emulsion terpolymer, measuring the thermo-radiation characteristics of infrared window materials, comparing optical and scintillation images obtained by using a fiber-optic beta/gamma imaging detector, and a dual-sequenced real coded genetic algorithm for picking process optimization.
You can try to redirect the sensor ranges, or in some cases you can slightly mar the surface of the infrared window to dull the surface so the sensor range isn't as intense.
The environmentally qualified security surveillance enclosure housing holds a coated germanium enclosure infrared window to filter out unwanted light and radiation.
Main objectives of this test were to assess safe separation from the launcher, booster performance, as well as the validation of the aerodynamics and strength of the infrared window and missile structure.
In addition the company made the first public appearance of its IRISS CAP-ENV--a tough infrared window for the safe, thermal inspection of energised equipment.
If you want to conduct a live thermal inspection of electrical equipment the most effective and certainly safest way is via an infrared window.
So how does an infrared window fit into the equation?
IRISS is the manufacturer of the world's only impact resistant, industrial-grade infrared window.
For more information on this, additional topics related to infrared window installation and their safe and efficient use, download "Ten Things You Need to Know About Infrared Windows" from www.
As its name suggests, an inspection grill is an infrared window containing a grill or mesh in place of a solid optic.