If the light from the BCE halogen lamp is concentrated at one point, high temperatures such as 1400 °C to 1500 °C can be obtained under good conditions. The temperature can be arbitrarily controlled from room temperature to the maximum temperature by the supply voltage.
Lamp heating is non-contact heating, so complete clean heating or heating in vacuum is possible. Although the spot size is determined by the lamp and mirror size and focal length, special light distribution design is possible, such as widening the irradiation range or providing an arbitrary distribution.
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When an object reaches a certain temperature, it dissipates heat by radiation in the form of electromagnetic waves (~ microwave ~ infrared ~ visible light ~). The rate of heat energy dissipated from objects that are hotter than the surroundings increases as the temperature increases, and this radiation dominates at temperatures above 500 ° C. Below 500 ° C, heat dissipation by convection and conduction is dominant. Heat radiation by radiation is P = 5.68 x 10-12 x T4 [W / cm2] when the temperature of the object is T [K] and the emissivity is 100%.