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CI Systems, Inc. - Simi Valley, CA
Manufacturer of E-O test and measurement equipment, from instruments through turnkey test stations. Offerings include blackbody sources, spectroradiometers, imaging spectroradiometers, collimators, boresight test systems, FLIR test systems, FLIR/thermal imager test sets, FPA detector test sets,...
Electro Optical Industries, LLC, Sub. of Channel Technologies Group, LLC - Santa Barbara, CA
Electro Optical Industries is the world leader in advanced infrared and visible light spectrum test and calibration equipment. EOI solves customers' electro-optical testing challenges by understanding the technical requirements and providing the best value solution of proven EOI equipment. EOI...
HelioWorks, Inc. - Santa Rosa, CA
Premier Manufacturer of Specialized Infrared Lamps and Creator of Innovative IR Sources and Infrared Emitters. We manufacture a wide range of infrared lamps primarily for the OEM market. Our products are used in near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy, non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) gas detectors for...
Optikos Corporation - Wakefield, MA
Optikos Corporation is the world’s largest manufacturer of equipment for the measurement of optical image quality and a leading provider of optical product development services. As the world leader in the field of MTF testing, Optikos offers complete solutions for both component and system...
Boston Electronics Corp. - Brookline, MA
Supplies quantum cascade tunable IR lasers (3.3 to 17+ microns); UV/IR detectors; choppers, shutters, lock-in amplifiers; single-photon counting electronics and systems for single molecule detection, fluorescence lifetime imaging/spectroscopy, diffuse optical tomography and laser radar. Also photon...
Armstrong Optical Ltd. - Northampton, England
Axetris AG, A Leister AG Co. - Itasca, IL
Ayers Engineering & Mfg. - Atlanta, TX
Bodkin Design & Engineering - Newton, MA
CI Systems Ltd. - Migdal Haemek, Israel
HawkEye Technologies LLC - Milford, CT
Heatwave Labs Inc. - Watsonville, CA
HGH Infrared Systems - Igny, France
HGH Infrared Systems, Sub. of HGH Systemes Infrarouge - Cambridge, MA
Newport Electronics, Inc. - Santa Ana, CA
Telops Inc. - Quebec, Canada
TS-Space Systems - Marlow, England
ZINIR Ltd., AlphaBright - Eastbourne, England
An ideal body that completely absorbs all radiant energy striking it and, therefore, appears perfectly black at all wavelengths. The radiation emitted by such a body when heated is referred to as blackbody radiation. A perfect blackbody has an...
The energy passed on as electromagnetic radiation; e.g., radio, heat or light waves.
black body sources
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