April 2019: New Vacuum Blackbody for the calibration of space sensors!

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We just expanded our range of Vacuum Blackbodies with the release of the DCN1000V8!

This innovation builds on 20 years' experience in the calibration of space sensors and a deep involvement into major space programs.  

 

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ECN 100 V

Extremely broad range of cryogenic temperature Blackbodies: from -200°C to +250°C

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RCN V

Cavity Blackbody with >0,999 emissivity

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NEW: DCN1000 V8

The largest model of the DCN1000 V fast stabilizing family: designed for the most performing sensors! 

 

"With our Vacuum Blackbodies, the Infratest software and our New generation controller, simulating Earth and Space radiation has never been easier and more accurate while taking the chamber constraints into account."

Stephen Scopatz, General Manager, EOI

UNIQUE FEATURES:

 

  • Extended area up to 500x500m2;
  • Temperature range from +100K to +425K;
  • Real time display of temperature data in °C, K, and F;
  • Materials and assembling procedures compatible with clean room and vacuum conditions;
  • Fast response time and high stability;
  • High thermal uniformity and emissivity;
  • Radiometric calibration over multiple bandwidths;
  • Built In Test Equipment (BITE);
  • Exclusive automatic compensation of the influence of the chamber radiation;
  • Infratest LT control software

APPLICATIONS:

 
Our Vacuum Blackbodies aim at simulating space and terrestrial radiation, to test and calibrate space infrared sensors. Find below some examples of major space programs we took part in:

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CLIENT REFERENCES

NEW GENERATION (VACUUM) BLACKBODY CONTROLLER !

 
Our New generation Blackbody controller is applicable to both Vacuum Blackbodies and usual condition Blackbodies!

Improved ergonomics and a modern design

Enhanced communication abilities for the Blackbody

Unequalled level of performance for years to come

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EXCLUSIVE automatic compensation of the influence of the chamber radiation : >> Download our paper <<