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BLACKBODY SOURCE

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Infrared Systems Development introduces a thermoelectrically cooled/heated blackbody source for calibration and experimentation with infrared imaging systems and detectors. Model IR-2100 has a 2 x 2-in. active area and operates from -20 to 100 °C. The blackbody surface provides 0.96 ±2% emission and temperature stability better than ±0.2 °C. The IR-301 series microprocessor controller has an LED display to indicate source temperature and an LCD that shows set points and parameters. Optional computer interfaces enable remote operation and calibration.


Photonics Spectra
Jul 2003
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