# Monochromatic IR-C Device for Radiant Heating

Hi:
I recently posted something similar. I apologize profusely if anyone is annoyed.
Infra-red C spectrum = 100,000 nm to 3,000 nm
100,000 nm = 2.9979e12 Hz = 2,997,900,000,000 Hz
3,000 nm = 9.9931e13 Hz = 99,931,000,000,000 Hz
Arithmetic mean of IR-C spectrum = 51,464,450,000,000 Hz = 5825.23388 nm
Due to the the above and the inability of the device in http://groups.google.com/group/alt.hvac/browse_frm/thread/b853c5424b7aa54d?hl=en # to exist, I'm now thinking of a different device for the same applications of that previous IR-C emitting device.
This hypothetical device emits only 51,464,450,000,000 Hz light, not higher-frequnecy and not lower-frequency -- just 51,464,450,000,000 Hz. This light is incoherent and because of this, this device cannot be a laser. It cannot be a LED either because there are no LEDs which emit in light at 51,464,450,000,000 Hz. Even if they were, LEDs are meant for low-intensity emission. Forcing a LED to emit light intense enough to generate significant heat will damage the LED.
In addition, the emission of the IR-C light from this theoretical device is constant, non-flickering and non-pulsatile. The shape of the panel emitting this radiation is square or rectangular depending on the application. In any case, the panel faces downward from the ceiling -- or other "top" -- of an enclosure and emits the IR-C light *downwards* only. Equally important is that the source of this light is *not* incandescent to any extent. The generation of this IR-C light is the result of something other than incandescence. By "incandescence", I'm referring to EM radiation being emitted by an object as a result of heat and/or temperature and/or temperature difference.
Thanks,
Green Xenon
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How many times did you post this glorified toaster thing, GX?
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