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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
26579 Radwell Banner Engineering Sensors & Switches, Photoelectric PHOTOELECTRIC SCANNER 2W 200FT RANGE INFRARED
C7015A1076 Radwell Honeywell Flame Safety Products, Flame Safety Accessory FLAME DETECTOR INFRARED FLAME SCANNER
48PT29003 Radwell Electronic Corp Of America Not Provided INFRARED SCANNER,8',90 DEGR.HD
C7015A1076 Radwell Honeywell Ssec Flame Safety Products, Flame Safety Accessory FLAME DETECTOR INFRARED FLAME SCANNER
45RM21000 Radwell Fireye Not Provided INFRARED SELF-CHECK SCANNER
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  • InfraScan: Hand Held Brain Scanner
    Infrascanner is a hand-held, non-invasive near-infrared (NIR) based mobile imaging device to detect brain hematoma at the site of an injury. It will quickly assess the neurological condition of the victim, and help to determine whether further medical assistance is needed, such as a CT scan.
  • Recording Reality with 700 Megapixels
    scanners, such as Photon 80 and Photon 20 from , do just that. Using a near-infrared laser that is
  • Welding with light
    inlets, and fluid reservoirs. Other potential applications include taillights, fuel line components, cell phone housings, and medical devices. The new Laser IRAM (Infrared Assembly Method) system from Branson Ultrasonics Corp., Danbury, Conn., illuminates the entire welding surface simultaneously
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    of information technology. The technology includes electronic devices that can tell us things we simply can't see with our eyes; for example, they can tell us where or in which position an object is in the dark (using infrared that can't be seen by human eyes); they can also follow, and record
  • Medical Device Link . The Light Stuff: Optical Imaging in Medical Diagnosis Optical science may light the way to radiation-free tissue analysis.
    Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry Somewhere between shadow and light may be answers about whether tissues are diseased or healthy and whether treatment succeeds or fails. These answers, if they come, will be derived through optical biopsies, a fringe technique that uses visible or near-infrared

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