Lake Shore Far IR Band Pass Filters Specified for NASA’s FORCAST Instrument Mar 25, 2009
Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.
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Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.’s far-infrared, metal-mesh band pass filters have been successfully tested and approved for use on NASA’s FORCAST instrument, part of the SOFIA science center.
Lake Shore Cryotronics, Inc.’s far-infrared, metal-mesh band pass filters have been successfully tested and approved
for use on NASA’s FORCAST instrument, part of the SOFIA science center. The filters employ frequency selective
surface technology based on thin film, metal-mesh structures enabling excellent thermal and mechanical properties—even at cryogenic and elevated temperatures. They will not delaminate under harsh conditions, have peak
transmission up to 85%, and are radiation hard.
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