uncooled

uncooled

(ˈʌnˈkuːld)
adj
not cooled
Translations
jäähdyttämätön
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The T1K features extremely high image quality due to the 1024 x 768-pixel uncooled infrared detector that offers twice the sensitivity of the industry standard for uncooled sensors.
The T1K features sharp image quality, thanks largely to the 1024 x 768-pixel uncooled infrared detector, offering twice the sensitivity than other industry models for uncooled sensors.
SOTI), supplier of infrared (IR) and thermal imaging components, cameras, and systems solutions for advanced imaging applications, announces the first in a series of affordable, uncooled microbolometer thermal cameras for industrial, machine vision, and general purpose thermal imaging applications.
Intuitive and easy to integrate into new or existing systems, the uncooled infrared camera has user-selectable NTSC or PAL analog video and simultaneous 14-bit/8-bit Camera Link digital video outputs.
Key parameters for both for the higher-performance cooled and the smaller uncooled systems include sensitivity, resolution and signal-to-noise ratios.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 20, 2013-DRS Technologies to transfer Microbolometer technology for uncooled infrared detectors to Cypress(C)2013 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
SDB II incorporates an improved seeker that features three modes of operation: millimeter-wave radar, uncooled imaging infrared and semiactive laser.
EL includes a new camera with a 320 x 240 uncooled detector array with <0.
Cooled cows (n = 17; treatment) were housed in the tunnel ventilated barn equipped with evaporative cooling system and uncooled (n = 17; control) were housed in the naturally ventilated barn without supplemental cooling system.
Uncooled wheel hub motors with approximately 150 Nm (110 lb-ft) of torque would give up to 600 Nm (440 lb-ft) of torque at the wheels in an all-wheel-drive application, though switching to cooled motors would raise this to a total of 1,000 Nm (738 lb-ft), if required.
Only in June 2004 was Thales chosen to provide the first volume-production uncooled thermal driver's viewer for the UK, for the British Army Future Command & Liaison Vehicle (FCLV), and it is not due to enter service until 2007.
The LTC550 MicroIR is based on a modular design, using IRIS' 320x240 uncooled MicroIR technology, said a company spokesman.