Definition of illuminant in English:
A means of lighting or source of light: until 1880, oil was the only illuminant in use
More example sentences
- While in defensive situations illuminants can be most valuable, in offensive situations, their use for surveillance and target acquisition can be counter-productive.
- However, because the background radiance in the pelagic environment is a complex result of multiple scattering and absorption events, its spectrum changes independently of the illuminant.
- Yes, there was a market for the refined illuminant.
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Giving off light.
- The owner of the illuminant system was Mr WK Hardacre, of Hellifield House.
- The XM930 contains a standard illuminant mix which provides approximately 1 million candlepower of light whereas the XM983 contains an infrared illuminant mix for use with standard night vision devices.
- Given the illuminant spectrum and the spectral sensitivity functions for the camera, we can calculate the estimates of the weights at each pixel from six sensor outputs.
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