infra-red


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infra-red

Pertaining to electromagnetic radiation of wavelengths between 780 nanometers (nm) and 1 mm, being greater than those of visible light but shorter than those of microwaves. Heat radiation.
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The system uses infra-red rays to heat objects in a room as opposed to standard convection heating which circulates warm air.
G Heat uses graphene in the production of infra-red heating units, which greatly reduces the power usage in comparison with conventional heaters, Cientifica noted, adding that its board considers G Heat's products to have considerable potential.
According to references review, the infra-red trapping technology has not been used to monitorwildlife along KKH in KNP.
Ayan Seal and colleagues have developed a computer algorithm that can analyze the minutiae of the blood vessels revealed by an infra-red scan of a person's face.
Mammals and birds were monitored by using infra-red camera and traps.
Previously, OP Chocolate had used infra-red, ceramic heaters to pre-heat the moulds.
Dry's physio David Brandie said: "The infra-red cameras detect reflections from the balls and create a 3D image.
The system can work over infra-red and other frequencies.
Trials by the company in July showed that one side of an armoured CV90 vehicle could be made effectively invisible or appear to be other objects, including a 4x4 vehicle, when viewed in the infra-red spectrum.
The company claimed its ZigTech Apparel, "engineered with Celliant fibres", increased oxygen levels by an average of 7% by reflecting infra-red light back into the body and allowing capillaries to relax.