17 May 1982 Continuously Variable Electro-Optic Filter
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A PLZT electrooptic filter is being used to control the intensity of light transmitted to a video camera from samples undergoing pulsed electron beam thermal testing. This electron beam test system is part of a materials development program for fusion energy applications. During the testing, sample surface temperatures may reach 3000°C and the intense light from these pulses is potentially damaging to the camera. The use of a variable density electrooptic filter prevents this damage and provides improved image quality during rapid changes of surface temperature.
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J. B. Whitley, J. B. Whitley, R. E. Cuthrell, R. E. Cuthrell, D. M. Mattox, D. M. Mattox, } "Continuously Variable Electro-Optic Filter", Proc. SPIE 0307, Polarizers and Applications, (17 May 1982); doi: 10.1117/12.965903; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.965903


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