Standards for Infrared Sensors and EO-IR Sensors

by:Sinowon     2020-01-19

Infrared sensors are used to monitor the temperature, measure the level of heat flow and humidity, and determine the chemical composition.What are the main standards for infrared or infrared sensors?What is the leading standard for TiVo-Optical and infrared sensors, also known as EO-IR sensors?

ASTM E2264 gives an ANSI-approved method for determining the effect of cycle temperature on window products such as doors and windows and skylights.Test Method A of this program uses infrared radiation.ASTM E1862-97 is a method of measuring the reflection temperature using an infrared imaging radiator.
ASTM C1046 describes the standard method for measuring in-In-situ heat flow of building housing.ASTM C1060 describes how to use a thermal image (thermal imaging) to determine the heat flow of insulation in a cavity of a building, such as space between wooden frames of a house.
ASTM C1153 provides an overview of approved methods for the discovery of wet insulation in the roof using infrared sensors in order to find and repair roof leaks or ventilation pipe leaks.
ASTM E1965 gives the specification of an infrared thermometer used to check the patient\'s temperature through the patient\'s ear canal.This is a separate standard for ASTM E111200, electronic ear thermometer specification.
The ASTM standard also involves the use of infrared monitoring processes and industrial equipment.ASTM E1934 99 99 is a guide to ASTM examination for checking whether equipment such as mechanical equipment with infrared sensors is overheating.
Infrared sensors are also used for chromatography.ASTM E1642-00 provides an overview of the standard methods for performing infrared chromatography.ASTM E168 gives the recommended practice of infrared analysis.
ASTM E334 provides techniques for conducting infrared microscopic analysis.ASTM E932 describes the performance criteria for a dispersed infrared spectrometer.ASTM D2668-07 describes how to use infrared absorption to determine the positive Ding compound in the insulating oil.
ASTM F1249-06 is the US standard for determining the water vapor transmission rate of plastic films using infrared sensors.The standard is similar to ISO 15106.
ASTM E2847 describes the approval method for calibration of broadband infrared thermometers.ASTM E2758 is a method for calibrating low temperature infrared thermometers.

ISO 15106-2 is the standard for determining the water vapor transmission rate of plastic films using infrared sensors.Other parts of ISO 15106 use other types of sensors such as gas sensorsA chromatography sensor for determining the transmission rate of plastic thin film water.
Iso ts 19130 is a technical specification for different methods, in which geographyLocation information can be collected.Iso ts 19130 allows information collection using synthetic aperture radar and passive electronic equipmentOptical and infrared sensors.

SAE AS6129 is the standard for airborne infrared and electronic equipmentOptical (EO/IR) system interface.SAE AS6135 is the standard for electric vehiclesData exchange for optical/infrared system interfaces.SAE AS6129 was published in December 2012.
SAE AS6165 is standard for maintenance and testing of airborne infrared and electronic equipmentOptical system interface.The data interface section of this standard introduces the method of confirming the functions of the system, the built-in test and diagnostic test, and the interface between the EO/IR sensor and the aircraft where they are installed.

Active opto-Electronic (EO) protective devices responding to diffuse or AOPDDR measure radiation near the infrared range.IEC 61496 is the safety standard for AOPDDR systems.

NEA WD7 is the National Association of electrical manufacturers standard that occupies motion sensors.
The American Society of photographic surveying and remote sensing environments (RSE) explains how sensors collect visible, infrared and microwave information to truly monitor the state of the Earth.
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