Covers 30 K to 423 K
Santa Barbara, CA, USA — Electro Optical Industries’ recent merger with HGH Infrared Systems, has enabled it to continue to expand its offerings and services even further to meet a number of challenges facing the aerospace industry.
The vacuum blackbody is specifically designed to operate in a vacuum chamber, at cryogenic or ambient temperatures, to mimic the environment in which sensors and other instruments used in space operate.
This application is known as optical ground support equipment; for testing instruments that will be used in space.
The EOI vacuum blackbody can reach over an unprecedented extended temperature range (30 K up to 423 K) and are controlled with high accuracy and an emissivity of 99.9%.
With decades of experience and several references in the aerospace industry for their vacuum blackbodies and vacuum collimators, including the French National Space Agency-National Centre for Space Studies, EOI maintains its commitment to providing the most reliable testing equipment to be used for sensors aboard military, weather, and space satellites.
Learn more about vacuum blackbody thermal radiation sources online at: https://www.electro-optical.com/index.php/Products/Test-and-Measurement/Blackbodies/Vacuum-blackbody
About Electro-Optical Industries:
Electro-Optical Industries, located in Santa Barbara, California, is a leading maker of electro optics and infrared test equipment, thermographic cameras for process control monitoring and infrared wide area surveillance systems for protection in a variety of applications. Founded in 1964, Electro-Optical Industries has products in over 45 different countries with a customer list of over 1,000, including some of the best-known companies worldwide.
For more information, please visit www.electro-optical.com.
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