We have designed, constructed and tested this laser-based charging system with a rapid-response safety mechanism, which ensures that the laser emitter
will terminate the charging beam before a person comes into the path of the laser.
Specification can be selected for a 365nm, 385nm or 405nm wavelength emitter
to suit the specific material being cured.
Once the required head at the last emitter
of the lateral line is determined, the lateral line is dimensioned through the step-by-step method, with calculation from the last emitter
Drip irrigation lateral design procedure needs to evaluate accurately both the pipe head losses and local losses which are due to the protrusion of emitter
barbs into the flow.
The cool-tube design prevented the emitter
from melting in the head and the overall unit mechanics allowed more rapid and easier changeover from a co-extrusion to a single layer.
Typically, proximity sensors determine an objects distance by varying the emitters
drive current to find the threshold emitter
power at which the object is just detected, a technique that requires an expensive DAC to drive the emitter
The infrared emitter
and infrared receiver markets are expected to reach USD 867.
Hold the hole punch at a right angle to the tubing when you punch a hole for an emitter
or a connector.
The black smoke belching out from the exhaust pipes of Cars, trucks, vans and other smoke emitter
and old vehicles moving on roads was a big menace for environment.
The two channels of the AWG then are combined to create a composite multi-emitter
test signal consisting of both captured emitters
and simulated emitters
Since IR emitters
and receivers are used in combination, matching the wavelength of the emitter
output with the peak sensitivity of the phototransistor receiver can result in improved performance and lower power consumption.
Ideally, quantum cryptography uses a single-photon emitter
that can generate photons one at a time, but most previous experiments in quantum cryptographic key distribution used extremely attenuated laser light as a pseudo single-photon emitter