FMIR infrared windows
The FMIR infrared window is a standardised optical window which is used exclusively for measurements by industry and for research. This optomechanical package is not adapted to a vacuum or elevated pressure. You can create your FMIR infrared window by choosing the following assembling criteria (viewing diameter, mechanical frame material, minimum and maximum spectral domain, temperature range). The standardised FMIR infrared window is the fruit of our long experience in optics and optomechanics.
Special optical windows
For optical windows which are resistant to a vacuum, ultra-high vacuum or elevated pressure, we invite you to look at our special optical windows.
The special optical windows allow you to have risk-free experiences in an environment with previously defined constraints (pressure, abrasion, temperatures, etc.). They can be set up on different equipment such as climatic or high-pressure chambers, furnaces, wind tunnels, on-board optical windows (aeronautical, marine, defence).
The special optical windows adapt to different operating wavelengths: ultraviolet, visible, infrared. They also enable preservation or resistance to a vacuum or ultra-high vacuum.
Other IR windows categories
H.VIR® infrared windows
H.VIR® infrared windows allow for the thermographic maintenance of electrical equipment. The H.VIR® window is the only one in the world to be equipped with a Wideband crystal covering the field of use of all cameras in the market (0.3 µm to 13 µm).