The infrared market has seen a rapid increase in demand in recent years, including proximity sensors for automated driving and face recognition for smartphones. Our IR Flock Sheet
was developed to answer the increasing R&D demands of the industry. By specially binding carbon atoms into the flocked pile, we succeeded in achieving a high light absorption
performance not only in the visible light spectrum, but also in the infrared light spectrum.
Dark curtain material for near-infrared non-reflective darkroom
Background curtain for near-infrared photography
Pseudo-infrared calibration of near-infrared sensor
Masking of unwanted objects in the proximity sensor test environment
Anti-reflection measures during near-infrared motion capture
As a drawback of the flocking process, little bits of particulates may be generated due to pile-loss, so it may not be suitable in environments where cleanliness is a top priority such as
internal parts of precision equipment.
There is an area of about 20mm on the corners that are non-flocked and has punch holes. This area is excluded from the effective length of the 950mm measurement.
In the case of wrinkles or creases, indirectly applying steam and brushing with a soft brush may restore its performance.
Do not leave any heavy objects on the fabric as it will likely result in a drop in light absorption performance.