Vacuum blackbodies from HGH Infrared Systems provide radiometric calibration over 3 to 5 or 8 to 14 micron

Vacuum blackbodies are infrared reference sources that operate in a vacuum chamber at cryogenic or ambient temperatures.

Feb 27th, 2015

Vacuum blackbodies are infrared reference sources that operate in a vacuum chamber at cryogenic or ambient temperatures. The vacuum-compatible emissive head is connected to a controller outside the chamber. They have emissivity up to 0.999 and an absolute temperature range from 100 to 425 K. They provide radiometric calibration over 3–5 or 8–14 micron.
HGH Infrared Systems
Igny, France
www.hgh-infrared.com

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