Motion detectors are: infrared detectors, ultrasonic, microwave, radiowave and... dogs.
Eustace L. Dereniak has written: 'Detectors and imaging devices' -- subject(s): Optical detectors, Focal planes, Infrared detectors, Congresses, Photon detectors 'Infrared Detectors, Focal Plane Arrays, and Imaging Sensors' 'Geometrical and trigonometric optics' -- subject(s): Geometrical optics, Optical engineering, OverDrive, Mathematics, Nonfiction 'Infrared systems and photoelectronic technology IV' -- subject(s): Focal planes, Image processing, Congresses, Infrared technology, Infrared equipment 'Infrared Detectors and Arrays'
Carbon dioxide detectors are used to identify and to measure carbon dioxide concentration in the atmosphere. These detectors are near infrared detectors or chemical detectors.
Robert Hildreth Kingston has written: 'Detection of optical and infrared radiation' -- subject(s): Optical detectors, Infrared detectors 'Optical sources, detectors, and systems' -- subject(s): Photonics, Optical detectors, Optical communications, Imaging systems
Glass is known to completely block infrared waves from a detector. Aluminium foil no answer.
what are the manin uses of infrared. in analytical chemistry
Joseph Caniou has written: 'Passive infrared detection' -- subject(s): Infrared detectors
I believe infrared detectors measure heat being given off by an object. However since everything gives off heat.. the detectors have to be cooled down to very low temperatures themselves using liquid helium croyogen. Emma D
Gilbert Gaussorgues has written: 'La thermographie infrarouge' -- subject(s): Infrared detectors, Infrared radiation 'Infrared thermography' -- subject(s): Infrared radiation, Infrared technology, Thermography
An infrared detector needs a power source to operate and it is used to active a relay that can be used as a switch.
George Rieke has written: 'Development of far infrared detection techniques' -- subject(s): Infrared detectors
Samuel Lakeou has written: 'High Tc superconducting bolometric and nonbolometric infrared (IR) detectors' -- subject(s): Infrared detectors, High temperature superconductors, Superconducting devices, Bolometer, YBCO superconductors, Superconducting films
Infrared rays are detected through the use of heat-sensitive devices. These devices include photoconductors, bolometers, photovoltaic cells and thermocouple detectors.
No, infrared port uses IR radiation and bluetooth uses radio frequency radiation.
Interior systems usually provide infrared motion detectors located in strategic areas
Special thermometers for high temperatures, thermistors, thermoresistances, thermocouples, infrared detectors.
Infrared gas detectors are essential to your next home improvement or remodeling project. This technology is a reliable way to detect explosive and even lower levels of gas in your home and could prove essential in saving your home from a gas leak. Infrared gas detection is based upon the ability of some gases to absorb IR radiation. With the advanced designs currently employed in this technology, infrared gas detectors require no routine calibration and are basically maintenance free. They also have a fail-to-safe operation, making them a valuable asset to your home remodel.
Americium is commonly used in smoke detectors.
i have no idea what uses infrared but i know a mobile phone uses it i think x x you hate waerwolves don't you Alicia
J. R Houck has written: 'Long wavelength photoconductive detectors for airborne and orbital infrared astronomy' -- subject(s): Infrared astronomy, Photoconductivity
In a nutshell, it's a soft metal with a low melting point. Its chemical symbol is Tl, and its atomic number is 81. A few of its many uses include infrared detectors, nuclear medicine, and (in the past) rat poison and insectisides.
Yes. Infrared are currently considered to be the best option to detect gas leaks. They use the absorption of infrared radiation at certain wavelengths to detect dangerous levels of toxic and combustible gases.
most of the synthetic elements are used in the nuclear technology industry but a few have found uses in the home such as americium which is used in smoke detectors and californium wich is used in metal detectors
Richard E. Thomas has written: 'Long wave infrared research in the Soviet Union' -- subject(s): Germanium diodes, Infrared detectors, Infrared radiation, Military applications, Research, Silicon diodes, Target acquisition