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infrared radiation source

Any object that emits radiation of a wavelength lying between about 0.75 to 1000 µm. A calibrated secondary source usually is a heated cavity (blackbody) or a filament lamp rated in wattage output or in ergs per second of radiation incident on a surface at a specified distance.
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