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Supplier: Atlas Inspection Technologies, Inc.
Description: impact and flammability requirements of UL Standard 508C and 746C UL94 5VA Flammability Rated Assembly IP 65/NEMA 4 Rated both open and closed Allows for safe thermal imaging of fully energized electrical components through closed doors Works with all infrared cameras Manufactured with non
Supplier: Weschler Instruments
Description: FLIR i3 Infrared Thermal Camera The new FLIR i3 is a lightweight, easy to use, and most affordable thermal imaging infrared camera with 60 x 60 IR Resolution. The FLIR i3 is not only the most affordable and advanced infrared camera in its class, but also the most lightweight, compact, and easy
- Horizontal: 60 lines
- Vertical: 60 lines
Supplier: ValueTronics International, Inc.
Description: is a precision portable uncooled infrared imaging radiometer based on the Honeywell thermoelectric (TE) sensor. The thermoelectric sensor is inherently radiometric and exhibits excellent dynamic range. Accurate temperature measurement combined with low cost make the IR SnapShotÒ ideal
Supplier: Fredericks Company - Televac
Description: Dewar Flasks Fredericks is a leading manufacturer of glass Dewar flasks. These flasks are used in advanced applications such as infrared detector assemblies, thermal imaging systems, and optoelectronics instrumentation. Fredericks Dewar flasks are constructed utilizing many forms of glass-to-glass
Description: Low Dispersion Available Uncoated or AR Coated for 3 - 12µm Ideal for Thermal Imaging, FLIR, and Medical Systems TECHSPEC® Zinc Selenide (ZnSe) Windows are ideal for a wide variety of infrared applications including thermal imaging, FLIR, and medical systems. This chemically vapor
- Window Type: Plane Windows
- Window Shape: Circular
- Diameter, Square Side, or Rectangular Length: 1.18 inch
- Thickness: 0.1181 inch
Supplier: Fluke Power Quality
Description: , or windows installer the Fluke Thermal Imaging Scanner is the perfect tool to help you identify hidden building construction issues, find moisture intrusion, detect energy loss/missing insulation, and many basic electrical connection and load problems. Now Fluke quality, durability, and performance
Description: Lease This Camera. To Download Application. For Education and Building Performance Courses Now you can afford thermal Imaging! The quality that only Fluke can deliver at breakthrough affordability. TiS - the best thermal imager for the money. Standard Equipment Includes: SmartView analysis
Supplier: AXIS Communications, Inc.
Description: ; and AXIS Camera Application Platform from Axis Communications This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org) Thermal imaging for IP-Surveillance Outdoor-ready with window heater Standard Power over Ethernet (IEEE 802.3af
- Camera Function: Video
Supplier: Applied Diamond, Inc.
Description: spectrometers. Its biological inertness makes it an ideal substrate for cell growth studies. A relatively constant index of refraction makes for minimal dispersion and superior transmission across the mid- IR and visual spectral wavelengths allowing for chemical imaging of living cells. Its chemical
Supplier: LexJet Corporation
Description: Polygloss is a 100% knitted polyester that is fire retardant. It is ideal for indoor applications such as banners, curtains and window displays, and tablecloths and tableskirts. It provides superior imaging qualities on all thermal and piezo ink jet printers using dye and pigment based inks.
- Basis Weight: 125 gsm
- Thickness: 0.0106 inch
- Width: 42 inch
- Length: 396 inch
Supplier: Ircon, Inc.
Description: The ScanIR®3 linescanner and thermal imaging system is designed for a wide varierty of noncontact temperature measurement applications, including those in harsh industrial environments. Its robust housing incorporates standard water-cooling and air purge, and also features built-in laser
- Temperature Range: 68 to 2192 F
- Operating Temperature: -40 to 356 F
- Device Category: Sensor / Transducer
- Technology: Optical Pyrometer
Description: Greater than 90% Transmission from 350nm-7μm Low Index of Refraction Calcium Fluoride is often used in spectroscopic windows and lenses due to its high transmission from 350nm to 7μm. Calcium Fluoride is also commonly found in cryogenically cooled thermal imaging systems. Its low absorption
- Diameter / Length: 2 inch
- Materials: Other
- Surface Quality: 60-40 Scratch / Dig
Thermal Imagers - Remote Controlled Thermal Imaging Infrared Camera with 6 inch LCD monitor -- RCL-336Supplier: Larson Electronics LLC
Description: to a dashboard or a window with its suction cup base, or mounted anywhere else with simple installation. The remote controlled thermal imaging infrared camera system with 6 inch LCD monitor is available with wireless or wired remote controls. The wireless versions are available with radio based
Supplier: CorDEX Instruments Inc.
Description: The TC7000 intrinsically safe thermal imaging camera is a long awaited product by professionals working in hazardous (explosive) areas. Until now the only way to carry out thermographic inspections in these areas was with an uncertified camera and hot work permit – a risky practice frowned
- Camera Function: Still
- Monochrome / Color: Color
- Imaging Technology / Camera Type: Digital, Other
- Horizontal Resolution: 320 lines
Description: High Performance Infrared Camera With on-board Visual Camera, Thermal Fusion, Touch Screen, Wi-Fi Connectivity, & Interchangeable Lens, Plus MSX™ Image Enhancement & FOV Match Get maximum fexibility and effciency out of 320 x 240 thermal imaging from our new T400 line: Superior
- Operating Temperature Range: -4 to 1202 F
- Spectral Range: 7.5 to 13 microns
- Accuracy: 2 ±% Full Scale
- Maximum Frame Rate: 60 frames per second
Description: Compact High Resolution InGaAs Camera With its low noise and high sensitivity 640 × 512 InGaAs sensor, the A2600sc NIR camera complements FLIR's range of imaging products for automation, research, and science applications. NIR Imaging – 640 × 512 InGaAs detector with a spectral
- Spectral Range: 0.9000 to 1.7 microns
- Maximum Frame Rate: 30 to 14204 frames per second
- Detector Type: Array
- Cooling: Thermoelectric Cooling
Description: level. Crisp, Clear Images – True megapixel infrared imagery. Optimized Imaging – Four active preset operating modes provide adjustable integration times, embedded non-uniformity correction, bad pixel replacement, and window size adjustments. High-Speed Data – 16-channel readout
- Operating Temperature Range: -4 to 3632 F
- Spectral Range: 1.5 to 5 microns
- Accuracy: 2 ±% Full Scale
- Maximum Frame Rate: 132 frames per second
Description: Fused Silica and Zerodur® Substrates 1/20λ Surface Accuracy Variety of Coating Options Offered 1/10λ and 1/4λ Surface Accuracies Also Offered TECHSPEC® 1/20λ Precision Optical Flat Mirrors are an excellent choice for interferometry, imaging systems, laser
- Mirror Shape: Round
- Diameter/Width: 2 inch
- Thickness: 0.5000 inch
- Mirror Materials: Zerodur
Supplier: SMA Optical Technologies, Inc.
Description: . offers you expert support in: Imaging Lens Design & Engineering Illumination Design & Engineering LED and Thermal Sources Rapid Optical Prototyping Electro-Optical Circuitry Manufacturing & Assembly Opto-Mechanical Design Thermal Analysis
- Capabilities: Design, Diamond Turning, Molding, Prototyping, Replication
- Optic Type: Achromats, Aspheres, Beamsplitters, Filters, Lenses, Microoptics, Mirrors, Mounts, Prisms, Wedges, Windows
- Substrate: Glass, Metal, Plastic
- Wavelength: Ultraviolet, Visible, Infrared
Supplier: Umicore Coating Services Ltd.
Description: of thermal imaging coatings for the infrared. Our customers appreciate our fast turnaround times on all quotations and orders. Umicore Coating Services have extensive expertise in thin film analysis & design and can provide coatings solutions to the most demanding customised specifications. With our 40
- Capabilities: Coatings, Design, Diamond Turning, Grinding and Polishing, High Volume Production, Molding, Prototyping, Replication, Restoration, Sizing and Shaping, Testing
- Optic Type: Achromats, Aspheres, Beamsplitters, Diffraction Optics, Filters, Laser Optics, Lenses, Microoptics, Mirrors, Polarizing Optics, Prisms, Wedges, Windows
- Substrate: Glass, Metal
- Wavelength: Infrared
Supplier: ADLINK Technology Inc.
Description: Diagnostics and Imaging, Gaming, Industrial Automation, Test and Measurement, POS, and Industrial Control. The dual-core Intel® Atom™ Processor N2000 and D2000 Series on the ETX-CV replaces the previous generation Intel® Atom™ processors N4xx/N5xx. Although much smaller in size
- Processor / CPU Type: Intel® AtomTM
- Chipset Type: Intel® Chipset
- CPU Speed: 1660 to 1860 MHz
- I/O Bus Specifications: PCI
Description: The Thermo Scientific Kevex PXS11-150-75 is a 75kV, 11.25W X-Ray Source for applications requiring high resolution. The compact package houses a side-window mini-focus sealed tube, high voltage power supply and control circuitry which besides controlling and monitoring the kV and beam current
- Instrument Type: Flaw Detection
- Form Factor: Portable / Hand Held / Mobile
- Technology: Radiographic / X-ray
Supplier: TSC Auto ID Technology America Inc.
Description: of options, including a rotary cutter, keyboard display units, a long range linear imaging bar code scanner, an SD card reader slot, a Bluetooth module, a 3-inch-core label spindle and an external label hanger (for the TTP-243E Pro model). Key Features Dual-motor print engine 4 MB Flash and 8 MB
- Technology: Thermal Transfer
- Printing Rate: 2 in/sec
- Resolution: 300 dpi
Supplier: Glebar Company Inc.
Description: The GT-9AC is designed to grind medical guidewires with multiple tapers, paddles, and even parabolic shapes, all at the fast speeds of a conventional centerless grinder. Using the latest in high speed imaging technology and a 1 micron encoder the whole length of the feeder, the machine is able
- Type: Centerless
- Mounting: Floor / Stationary (Machine Tool)
- Driver Technology: Electric Motor / Vibrator
- Materials Abraded: Metals / Metalworking
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Knight Optical Ltd.
Germanium Windows for CCTV & Thermal Imaging
Germanium is a popular choice for the front optics of thermal imaging cameras, such as lenses and windows. The transmission range of Germanium, from 2 to 14 µm, makes it useful for IR imaging systems designed for the 3 - 5 and 8 - 12 µm ranges. Germanium's high index means the use of anti-reflective coatings dramatically increase the transmission offered by the material. Coatings can be optimised for 3-5 µm and 8-12 µm, as well as for broadband... (read more)
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Knight Optical Ltd.
Calcium Fluoride Infrared Optical Components
Calcium Fluoride (CaF2) is widely used in infrared optical systems in windows, lenses, prisms and mirror substrates and is harder than Barium Fluoride. Primarily used in spectroscopic windows, as well as in thermal imaging and other systems where high transmission between 0.2 µm and 8 µm is required, calcium fluoride is attacked by few reagents and offers a low absorption coefficient and high damage threshold, beneficial in its use in excimer laser systems. Diameter: 1... (read more)
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COOLED USB 2.0 MICROSCOPY INFINITY CAMERA
by an experienced team of software developers and application engineers. We understand your imaging needs and are here to help you with your integration and development. The high-speed USB 2.0 (480Mbits/sec) interface eliminates a framegrabber and facilitates ease of installation on both laptop and desktop computers - Available in color or monochrome - Cooled feature reduces thermal noise during low light fluorescent imaging - The low noise characteristic of the INFINITY3-1 progressive scan 1.4... (read more)
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Quality Filters and Mirrors for Fluorescence
Knight Optical supply high quality optical components for use in fluorometers, fluorescence spectrometers, microplate readers and x-ray fluorescence applications. These applications are extensively used in the medical and biomedical sectors, but are also to be found in the fields of Research and Development, microanalysis and thermal imaging. In addition to this, we also provide a wide range of optics to manufacturers of deep-sea analytical instrumentation. . 1. Fluorescence Filters. We... (read more)
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Thermal Imaging Scan Reveals the Truth Behind the Wall
You suspect you have missing insulation in your home. You have cold and drafty areas, and you wonder just how much or what is missing. Did your builder miss something? Are you paying higher utility bills as a result? IR thermography is a well-accepted method of imaging and evaluating the thermal
New glass-to-metal seal is close to perfect
extending its useful life. "Until now, such windows were made by first selecting an alloy then finding a glass that matched its coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) as closely as possible, " says FloMet manager of materials technology Mitchell Gross. "The optical properties of the glass were
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Mobile Robot Navigation with Intelligent Infrared Image Interpretation
We will also analyze the behavior of our most favorable set of features with variations in the viewing angle with the target, thermal image window size, and rotational orientation of the target.
Material and Design Considerations for Thermal Imager Windows in Marine Service
The four principal classes of materials which are used as thermal imaging windows are:(1) semiconductors silicon and germanium (single crys- tal or polycrystalline);(2) hot-pressed poly- crystalline 11-IV compounds such as the various IRTRANS; (3) chemical vapor deposited zinc �
We Need To Know More About Infrared Emissivity
Little is known about the emissivity in the two thermal imaging windows of modern domes- tic building materials at cold temperatures.
An Introduction to Contemporary Remote Sensing > Remote Sensors
Also used for this thermal imaging window is mercury-doped germanium (Ge:Hg), which is effective over a broader spectral range of 3 to 14 �m.
Passive infrared thermographic imaging for mobile robot object identification
� fa- vorable sets from these features based on their performance with various classifiers and then analyze the behavior of the most favorable set of features with variations in the view- ing angle with the target, thermal image window size, and rotational orientation �
Experimental application of thermosensitive paramagnetic liposomes for monitoring magnetic resonance imaging guided thermal ablation
During scanning in this ther- mal imaging window , increased signal intensity of the areas with a temperature above the transition temperature of the agent could be expected.
A historical view of germanium as an infrared window material
While not the best coatings for optical performance, the DLC coatings could protect thermal imaging windows on tanks and ground vehicles.
Measured comparison of the inversion periods for polarimetric and conventional thermal long-wave IR (LWIR) imagery
The two thermal imaging windows are the mid-IR, 3-5 �m, and the LWIR, 8-14 �m, both chosen for the relatively low amounts of absorption from atmospheric species such as CO2 and H2O.
Transient infrared thermography for damage evaluation in aerospace composites
Figure 6(a) shows a grayscale map of the thermal image windowed to include only the specimen surface.
Comparison of the inversion periods for MidIR and LWIR polarimetric and conventional thermal imagery
The two thermal imaging windows are the MidIR, 3-5 ?m, and the LWIR, 8-14 ?m, both chosen for the relatively low amounts of absorption from atmospheric species, such as carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O).
III-V microsystems for infrared imaging and spectroscopic applications
Nevertheless the attainable cut-off wavelength of 9 �m is not very interesting for second thermal window imaging , as it is too close to the window 8 �m cut-on.
Comparison of catastrophic optical damage in InP/(Al)GaInP quantum dot and quantum well diode lasers
N- window thermal images for one of the Ga 0.43 samples are given in figure 5.
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Window thermal image at 770 kW.
Design of uniform window heating structures for electro-optical systems
Thermal images of window surfaces are directly compared to the analyses for windows A and B in Figures 4 and 7 below, respectively.