Definitions for "InfraRED"
Performance Monitoring Tool for Java / J2EE Applications. Features: light-weight profiler, AOP based, lists API times, JDBC / SQL statistics, central logging, cluster support, web UI, call trees, configurable monitoring levels.
Lying outside the visible spectrum at its red end; -- said of rays having a longer wavelength (and thus less refrangible) than the extreme red rays, specifically those electromagnetic waves having a wavelength of between 700 nanometers and 1 millimeter.
relating to, using, or producing infrared radiation.
The wavelength of light used by remote controls to send commands to components.
Allows information to be swapped from a mobile phone to other devices.
Many of the latest mobile devices incorporate infrared (IrDA) ports for cable free data transmission, via infrared light. Unlike Bluetooth, data transmission is point-to-point, requiring the ports to be lined up. Phones with infrared cannot connect handheld PC's or laptops to the Internet unless it also has a built-in modem.
A heat detection system used for fire detection, mapping, and hotspot identification. see also: Thermal Imagery
A heat detection system used for fire detection, mapping and hot spot identification.
(IR) detector: A heat detection system used for fire detection, mapping, and hotspot identification.
Keywords:  spratling, jamie, bass, drum, label
Infrared is a UK-based drum and bass record label owned and run by Jamie Spratling.
the majority of breath machines utilize the infrared spectrophotometric method of analysis. However, the primary weakness of this method is that it will falsely register other chemical compounds as ethyl alcohol.
Keywords:  ird, articles, related
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Keywords:  amra, medium, waves, modulated, local
Used by AMRA to indicate use of modulated infrared waves as the physical communications medium in a local area network. (2)
Keywords:  heaters, drying, type
Type of heaters used for drying.