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 sessions will cover a range of topics including Infrared Window Transmission, IR Window Certification and IR Window Installation and Applications.
He then spent five years from 2003 to 2008 working in the residential construction field before joining infrared window manufacturer Hawk-IR which was purchased by Fluke in 2009.
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.
VIR Comet Infrared Window is a patented transparent window that enables permanent visible access for a safe and simple inspection of electrical components without interrupting production.
A line of infrared windows is also doing well in the US, after new legislation which requires the product to be used far more widely in places such as schools and hospitals was introduced.
It's also developed a line of infrared windows in time for new legislation in the US, which requires the product to be used far more widely in places such as schools and hospitals.
Such infrared windows are generally manufactured by chemical vapor deposition (CVD), and the authors review the physical properties of deposited zinc sulfide and their relationship to the process of CVD that produces those properties.
Yttrium oxide represents one potential candidate material for infrared windows because of its high infrared transparency, with specific application as domes for high-speed IR guided missiles operating in 3-5 micrometer mid-wavelength infrared (MWIR) band.
Melissa Young of Oil Consultants Ltd >with Simon Dunn of Santander WINNER TEESSIDE CORDEX Instruments Ltd, Middlesbrough CORDEX develops and manufactures intrinsically safe and explosion proof inspection and imaging devices that include digital cameras, ultrasonic testers, laser distance meters and infrared windows.
CorDEX Instruments has designed and manufactured a brand new range of Intelligent Infrared Windows which will increase the speed and effectiveness of electrical infrared inspection and thermal imaging and also significantly reduce costs.
5 million contract to develop an improved composite material for infrared windows and missile domes.