Products/Services for Military Infrared Headlights

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    Headlamps - (52 companies)
    LED headlamps can shine blue, red, white and/or infrared (IR) light while cutting through smoke or haze. Helmet-mounted products are lightweight, shockproof, and designed to attach above or below the brim of hard hats and fire helmets. Product... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Military (MIL-SPEC) Connectors - (297 companies)
    Military (MIL-SPEC) connectors are built in accordance with military specifications. Their design takes into account the need to protect the connection from environmental factors, allowing them to be used in military and aerospace applications. How... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Infrared Spectrometers - (178 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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    Infrared Thermometers - (120 companies)
    Infrared Thermometers are non-contact temperature devices that use infrared radiation to infer the temperature of an object. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Noncontact Infrared Temperature Sensors - (412 companies)
    Noncontact infrared temperature sensors absorb ambient infrared (IR) radiation given off by a heated surface. They are used in applications where direct temperature measurement is not possible. Noncontact Infrared Temperature Sensors Information... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Infrared Heaters - (225 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
  • Infrared Windows - (35 companies)
    Infrared windows are IR transmissive viewing-port inspection devices designed for enclosure integration. They are used for real-time visual monitoring of infrared (IR) light produced by a variety of heat-generating sources. Infrared windows consist... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Lamps - (1890 companies)
    ...may be available through certain manufactures. GlobalSpec also has Heat lamps which are also known as infrared emitters, infrared bulbs, infrared tubes, or infrared lamps. These lamps differ from illuminating lamps because of their low filament... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Flashlights - (337 companies)
    ...or headlights are often rounded. High-performance tactical flashlights are also available. Types of Flashlights. There are two main flashlight technologies: conventional and light emitting diode (LED). Conventional flashlights are portable electric... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Lighting Controls - (550 companies)
    ...of integration and control. Remote lighting controls use the same hand-held, infrared devices that operate electronic equipment such as televisions and stereos. Wireless remote lighting controls use wireless transmitter and receiver technology. This system can... Search by Specification | Learn More
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  • Military Applications of Infrared Techniques
    ...Research and Development Laboratories and are being found extremely useful in a wide variety of military tasks. Lightweight, helmet-mounted, near- infrared binoculars were developed for use in driving vehicles. By simply snapping a set of infrared filters over the conventional headlights of the vehicle, a soldier...
  • NEW IDEAS FOR ITS. AN ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT OF THE ITS IDEA PROGRAM, JULY 1998 - JUNE 1999
    Third, unlike visual or infrared sensors, the radar beams penetrate\nadverse weather and are unaffected by headlight reflections from wet roads. ...were made through a closed window under a variety of weather conditions.\nA military surplus “dish�? antenna...
  • Applications and performance of an uncooled infrared helmetcam
    Many potential military applications of wearable sensors relate to enhanced effectiveness in new military venues, such as... ...night even in the presence of occasional bright lights (such as a vehicle's headlights ) as JR sensors... A wearable infrared sensor will .
  • http://dspace.mit.edu/bitstream/handle/1721.1/69345/33979341.pdf?sequence=1
    ...technology devices (i.e. gyrocompasses, tachometers, systems for azimuth orientation of lenses, dynamic infrared systems for search... ...in measuring devices used to make monobloc lasers for SS-19 intercontinental ballistic missiles, military cameras, etc. ...civil production includes equipment for banks, medical equipment, consumer cameras, ignition devices, fog headlights , mirrors for cars...
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    ...harness,#p (stable gear consisting of any part of a harness that fits about the horse's head) } { headgear2, hoist,@ (the hoist at the pithead of a mine) } { headlight , headlamp, light,@ electrical_system... ...ten pins) } { headquarters, HQ, military _headquarters, military_installation,@ noun... ...warm a building; "the heating system wasn't working"; "they have radiant heating") } { heat_lamp, infrared _lamp, electric_heater,@...
  • Overview of benefits, challenges, and requirements of wheeled-vehicle mounted infrared sensors
    ...seen and recognized, even partially obscured by bushes, at ranges far greater than headlights can illuminate, or... Due to its ability to penetrate fog and dust, infrared imagery provides the driver (human or computer... Law enforcement and military vehicles have additional benefits for vehicle mounted infrared sensors.
  • Survey of Early Infrared Developments
    ...in the Afri- can campaign, their narrow beams resulted in alignment problems which limited their military importance. In- frared image converters of the focused-electron-beam type were developed by two groups in Germany uinder W. Schaeffernicht and W. Heimann, respectively. ...communication devices, in detecting infrared identification signals, and in night driving with infrared headlights , but apparently they...
  • Manual driver assistance systems
    The residual light amplifiers serve the military for environment reconnaissance by darkness. The residual light amplifiers are however not useful for the use as night vision system in the motor vehicle as bright light sources outshine the image like road lanterns and headlamp of accommodating vehicles and destroy the image information. Near infrared systems .
  • Photocontrol of Weeds Without Herbicides
    Therefore, neither beams of the tractor headlights , nor of the taillights or any other light source, should... For this purpose a military infrared scope is recommended, combined with an infrared spotlight [40].
  • Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications 2003
    ...Infrared vision enhances the range of visibility at night up to six times further than standard headlights . Consequently radar gives limited information regarding the shape of the detected object in comparison to infrared imaging. For various technological and financial reasons, infrared imaging has been pri- marily developed for military applications.


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