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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DTS' infrared inspection capabilities expand Predictive Service's infrared inspection to include more electrical and mechanical inspection offerings, refractory infrared inspection, roofing and moisture intrusion inspection, and infrared window installation.
Sealing the sensor from the contaminants in the bin only required placing it behind a small flat infrared window. Lastly, because the device is optimized for smartphones, cost was well below our target.
So, what other certifications should you look for when specifying an infrared window? The following provides more detail in defining the functionality and, more importantly, the safety aspects required before attempting to modify an electrical enclosure in any way.
Figure 1 shows the VIIRS infrared window 15 (11.45 [micro]m) brightness temperature image of the eye of Typhoon Vongfong from 7 October 2012 in false color [with red (colder) and blue (warmer) in an inverse rainbow color enhancement].
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.
Brush Engineered Materials which makes materials for electronics manufacturing, said Wednesday it received $9.8 million worth of new orders for infrared window parts and hybrid circuits from DRS Technologies.
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.
This means you are left with a choice between a fluoride or polymer based infrared window systems.
So how does an infrared window fit into the equation?