Not only do warm-blooded creatures produce their own thermal energy, but in doing so, create contrast. What s more, energy seen by Thermal Security Camera generally creates a better image at night than during the day. The cameras work during the day. As long as there is the smallest amount of temperature contrast between a target and its background, you can see it, but the technology is designed to work best at night.
But there are other technologies available that can help users see at night, thermal camera technology has some distinct advantages. To understand the differences between the technologies available, users need to understand how each operates, and the inherent advantages and disadvantages. http://www.ulirvision.com/
Theory of operation
Infrared energy is just one part of the electromagnetic spectrum, which encompasses radiation from gamma rays, x-rays, ultra violet, a thin region of visible light, infrared, terahertz waves, microwaves, and radio waves. These are all related and differentiated in the length of their wave (wavelength). All objects emit a certain amount of black body radiation as a function of their temperatures. Generally speaking, the higher an object s temperature is, the more infrared radiation is emitted as black-body radiation. A special camera can detect this radiation in a way similar to an ordinary camera does visible light. It works even in total darkness because ambient light level does not matter. This makes it useful for rescue operations in smoke-filled buildings and underground.
Images from Infrared Camera tend to have a single color channel because the cameras generally use a sensor that does not distinguish different wavelengths of infrared radiation. Color cameras require a more complex construction to differentiate wavelength and color has less meaning outside of the normal visible spectrum because the differing wavelengths do not map uniformly into the system of color vision used by humans. Sometimes these monochromatic images are displayed in pseudo-color, where changes in color are used rather than changes in intensity to display changes in the signal. This is useful because although humans have much greater dynamic range in intensity detection than color overall, the ability to see fine intensity differences in bright areas is fairly limited. This technique is called density slicing.
For use in temperature measurement the brightest (warmest) parts of the image are customarily colored white, intermediate temperatures reds and yellows, and the dimmest (coolest) parts blue. A scale should be shown next to a false color image to relate colors to temperatures. Their resolution is considerably lower than of optical cameras, mostly only 160x120 or 320x240 pixels. Thermographic cameras are much more expensive than their visible-spectrum counterparts, and higher-end models are often deemed as dual-use and export-restricted.
In uncooled detectors the temperature differences at the sensor pixels are minute; a 1 °C difference at the scene induces just a 0.03 °C difference at the sensor. The pixel response time is also fairly slow, at the range of tens of milliseconds. http://www.ulirvision.com/
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Specifications for Custom Gene Synthesis DNA Sequencing Automated bi-directional fluorescent DNA sequencing with ABI3730
Final Form 4-10ug lyophilized DNA cloned in a standard plasmids pUC57 or pUC18/19 pPCR Script Vector
Documentation Plasmid map and printout of DNA sequence
Note:We don t guarantee the orientation in vector, so if customer need to choose certain orientation, please let us know when you place an order. Every gene sequence is verified before delivery.
All communications for the Gene synthesis Services will be held in the strictest confidence.
Gene Synthesis Note:
1. Minimum sequence length: 150bp or EUR €120.00 order
2. For complex sequences, please contact us for a quote
3. Free cloning into our standard vector pUC57. If customer wants to subclone gene into their own vector, additional EUR €120.00 is applicable.
4.Codon optimization is free of charge.
5.Every weekend our technical staff will send you progress report of the gene synthesis via email.
6.High GC Content Genes and Highly Repetitive Genes
In case of genes with high GC content (including regional high GC content genes), as well as highly repetitive genes, ShineGene reserves the right to deliver genes within a more reasonable time frame. The new time frame will be consulted with customer prior to start of gene synthesis. ShineGene may also refuse to fill any order by notifying customer orally or by written notice if the order is technically difficult to accomplish.
Valve Seat Selection and Machining
Valve Seat Selection and Machining
When rebuilding a cylinder head for a stock automotive application, a performance engine, or a heavy-duty diesel, what kind of replacement seats should you use if the original valve seats need to be replaced? Should you install new seats that are the same as the original seats, or should you use a different type of seat material or alloy that provides better valve cooling or wear resistance?
The type of seat material that’s “best” for a particular cylinder head will depend on the application, the type of fuel used, how much power the engine produces, the type of valves (stainless steel or titanium), and what kind of longevity and durability the engine is expected to deliver.
A hard, wear-resistant valve seat is obviously a must for any engine application that will see a lot of miles. Stock passenger car and light truck engines as well as performance street engines need seats that are wear resistant so they will last. Heavy-duty diesel engines are even more demanding, and require seats that can go hundreds of thousands of miles. So cutting corners by installing the cheapest cast iron low alloy seats you can find is probably not the smartest move on such applications.
One valve seat supplier we interviewed said cost seems to be overriding almost every other consideration these days because of the current economic crunch. “The market has been flooded with cheap valve seats from China, India and Korea. Consequently, the average selling price of a cast iron valve seat today is about half what it used to be. The low prices may seem like a bargain for engine builders, but the quality of these cheap imported seats is all over the place. People who used to buy high quality made in USA alloy seats for $5 are now buying $2 cast iron seats from overseas – and are learning the hard way that many of these seats are no bargain at all.”
Another trend that valve seat suppliers are seeing today are engine builders replacing valve seats more on a piecemeal basis than replacing an entire set. “We’re getting more calls for one or two seats instead of a complete set. We’re also getting more requests for replacement valve seats by size rather than by part number or application.” http://www.kcmtech-valve.com/cast-iron(ci)-gate-valve-6257.html
Strapping is a plastic or steel ribbon/tape that holds packages together through tension. A very rigid object can be made out of several boxes just a few strips of strapping tied around the pile in vertical and horizontal directions. Think of a classic christmas present with the ribbon that ties at the top into a pretty bow. Strapping doesn t have a pretty bow (the strapping solders semi-invisibly) but it is the same principle. There are several ways to work with strapping from the semi-manual strap-cutters all the way up to the pneumatic-industrial Strapping Machine that wrap, pull, solder and then snip the strapping to a tension and to a timescale that no person could compete with.
So you can get your head around what tools are available and more importantly which one is right for you I have put together a list of the different types of strapping tools that are available. I will come clean right now and tell you that as someone who has had some experience with high-volume small-product packaging I am inclined to favour the hand held Strapping Machine, in a busy and dynamic factory environment they soon become your right hand. http://www.tz-taipack.com.tw/