Products/Services for Infrared Imaging Sight Glass

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    Infrared Windows - (35 companies)
    ...of special panes of transparent, infrared material set in a frame. The transparent IR window material allows thermal imaging of the component inside the electrical enclosure or equipment. Different materials for infrared windows are selected... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Sight Windows - (196 companies)
    Sight windows are an effective and economical way of viewing tank, pressure vessel and piping systems interiors. They are also referred to as sight glasses. Sight Windows Information. Sight windows are an effective and economical way of viewing tank... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Optical Lens Assemblies - (147 companies)
    Optical Lens Assemblies Information. Optical lens assemblies are composed of a number of lenses mounted for a particular imaging function. These can include telecentric lenses, collimators, beam expanders, zoom lenses, etc. Optical lens assemblies... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Binoculars - (73 companies)
    ...include those for use in water or at night, or those equipped with photographic equipment. Digital camera binoculars come fitted with a digital camera for taking high quality photographs. Night vision binoculars are used to detect visible or infrared... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Sight Flow Indicators - (186 companies)
    ...or color of a liquid. Dual windows, two glass discs held in position by a metallic housing, internal shims and gaskets, provide added protection in applications where there is external mechanical impact, high pressure or corrosion / erosion. FM... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Infrared Thermometers - (124 companies)
    Spot infrared thermometers that measure the temperature of a small area on a surface. Infrared scanning systems that scan a larger region. Infrared thermal imaging cameras that measure the temperature of many spots over a large area to generate... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Noncontact Infrared Temperature Sensors - (409 companies)
    ...thermal units (BTUs). These devices are designed for an emissivity from 0.9 to 1.0 (e.g., building materials such as ceramic, concrete, glass, paper, plaster, and stone), and can zero-out to temperature on one side (inside) to get the differential... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Infrared Heaters - (223 companies)
    How to Select Infrared Heaters. Infrared heaters use a reflective shield to direct radiant heat onto a heated surface. Common types of infrared heaters include metal-sheathed tubular heaters, quartz tubes, quartz lamps; gas fired catalytic... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Infrared Spectrometers - (182 companies)
    Infrared (IR) spectrometers measure the wavelength and intensity of the absorption of infrared light by a sample. Infrared (IR) spectrometers measure the wavelength and intensity of the absorption of infrared light by a sample. Infrared light lies... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Watch Glasses - (20 companies)
    How to Select Watch Glasses. Image Credit: ISOLAB. Watch glasses are circular, slightly-concave pieces of glass that are used by chemists to evaporate liquids and cover beakers during sample preparation. They are also used to hold solids during... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • Temperature Measurement 2nd Edition
    friction sensors, 392 thermocouples, bow-band, 392 thermocouples, convex-band, 392 inductive, 390 block diagram, 391 compensating circuits, 391 Hall effect sensor, 391 infrared imaging , 388 oscillatory motion, 387 photodiode... ...fibre optic, 388 pressure proof sight glass , 388 total radiation, 387...
  • Intraoperative Imaging and Image-Guided Therapy
    ...tracker types, 266 tracking technologies, 263–265 variable definition, 266, 267 visualization, spatial relationship, 269–270 electromagnetic, 11 image guidance, 25 resection, 790, 791 workstations, 253, 254 Navigator, 655 Near- infrared fluorescence (NIRF) activated probes... ...236–238 intraoperative and endoscopic imaging , 238 IRDye® 800CW, 238... ...wireless headsets, 608 description, 604 human-machine interface emergency stop switch, 607 height-adjustable and PHANTOM hand controllers, 606 LMD-2451MT HD medical monitor, 605 motion scaling and tremor filtration, 607 MRI display, 606 polarized glasses , 605–606 sight , sound and surgery touch...
  • Markenadäquate configuration of Live Communication instruments
    In image 24, the detailed structure is the represented Eye of Trackers. The apparatus is with a scene camera (A)1006, a sensor for the communication with the infrared light markers (B), a sensor for the detection of the view movements (C), glass (E) and infrared illumination diodes (F) reflective the infrared-light beams...
  • Shock Wave Science and Technology Reference Library, Vol. 5
    We use alumina anvils, which are not only much stronger than toughened glass , but also transmit in the infrared up to around 5 μm, allowing IR imaging to determine temperatures. While this may look, at first sight , like a pure impact experiment, it is actually rather more...
  • ISOGAL: A deep survey of the obscured inner Milky Way with ISO at 7 and 15 micron and with DENIS in the near-infrared
    The absorption in these clouds also provides a means of measuring the infrared extinction curve along diverse lines of sight . Many specific ISOGAL results have already been pub- lished, including: i) first imaging results (P´erault et al. 1996); ii) a study of late-type giants and long–period and semi–regular variables in Baade’s Windows ( Glass et al. 1999, Glass & Alves 2000, Alard...
  • Manufacturing Science and Technology, ICMST2011 - Chapter 3: Surface, Subsurface, and Interface Phenomena
    In this test, infrared imaging system was used for measuring average temperature of wall. 1.preheating sect 2.testing sect 3.brine tank 4.shield pump 5. sight glass 6.flowmeter 7.infrared video camera 8.high-speed video camera 9. sight glass 10.quartz glass tube 12.evaporator 13~20. valves .
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  • Helmet-Mounted Display Systems
    The first variant of the system employed a flip-down reticle display which the pilot used to align his Line-of- Sight (LoS) with that of the aircraft radar or the InfraRed (IR) seeker head of the AIM-9G with a target. ...pilots to lose sight of the reticle display, so the basic helmet was redesigned to provide more stability; even so, the small exit pupil (the size of the image projected into the eye... ...displacements of the combiner glass causing them to lose...
  • Meeting in Israel on Optical Engineering, 7th, Tel Aviv, Israel, Nov. 12-14, 1990, Proceedings
    Consideration is given to submicron thin-film metal-oxide-metal infrared detectors, elements with long-focal depth and high-lateral... ...multiple-beam gratings for far-IR applications, line-of- sight alignment of a multisensor... system, and composite image joint transform correlator. also given to unusually fast energy transfer in solid state crystals and glasses , pattern recognition with...
  • Field Guide to Lens Design
    ...optics, 7 ghost, 92 ghost analysis, 92 ghost image, 89, 92 ghost reflection, 41 glare stop, 90 glass, 106 glass map, 69, 106 global..., 121 illuminator, 121 image clearance, 6 image format... ...infinity-corrected objective, 102 infrared (IR), 108 inhomogeneity, 79... ...pipe, 121 limiting resolution (LR), 119 line spread function (LSF), 12 line-of- sight (LOS), 87 Field...

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