Infrared Emitter

An infrared emitter is an electrode on a transistor from which a flow of electrons or holes enters the region between the electrodes. This device operates at 940nm and work well for generic IR systems including remote control and touch-less object sensing. Using a simple ADC on any microcontroller will allow variable readings to be collected from the detector. The emitter is driven up to 50mA with a current limiting resistor as with any LED device. LED IR emitters enhance night vision capabilities for military personnel for infrared vehicle lighting, security lighting applications and covert general area IR lighting.  Magnalight LED IR emitters can be configured for 850nm IR light, 940nm IR light or a combination of visible and IR LED lighting. Magnalight LED based infrared lighting generates light energy only in the configured wavelength. More traditional covert IR lighting utilizes cut off lenses to block the visible light, while enabling only specific wavelengths to pass through the filter lens.  LED infrared lighting is more efficient because all of the light energy from the LEDs is utilized.  Finally, with IR LED lighting, there is no possibility of visible light leakage that occur if a cut off lens or related seals are broken.

Each infrared LED light is manufactured with an extruded aluminum housing, machined aluminum mounts and stainless steel hardware for strength, durability and weather resistance (IP67).  Low profile LED infrared LED lights are applicable for mounting in tight spaces where traditional lights would not fit or where larger format lights would block mounted equipment. Magnalight emitter bars are unique because of the patent pending technology that pairs a reflector with each LED.  Typically LEDs are mounted against a surface and "glow".  This glow is often effective at close range, but the light energy drops off rapidly.  By pairing each LED with a proprietary optic, the emitted light energy is projected outward, so that the "drop off" in light energy does not occur until much greater distances. This IR emitter produces a wide spot pattern (or a modified spot pattern) which falls in between a narrow spot and a flood pattern.

Supplied by CEM Tech, CEM World USA provides the infrared emitter within the in the range of 0,4-1,2 microns (IR) spectrum of the thermal effects. While the Infrared Emitter does not does not possess properties of waves EHF, it only works in direct mode. This device offers several health benefits such as:

  • Improvement of the rheological properties of blood
  • Improvement of microcirculation
  • Stimulation of the immune system
  • Capability of cell regeneration

Modern electronic devices like televisions and DVD players come equipped with remote controls that rely upon Infrared (IR) technology for operation. The devices are fitted with IR sensor windows which receive a signal from the remote control. While this system works in the majority of applications, some custom home stereo and theater applications require specialized IR equipment as the devices are hidden in closets or cabinets. IR emitters allow for the control of devices that otherwise would be out of the range of remote controls.

LED infrared emitter
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