Let's say I put in an endoscope like camera with the lens at the inside edge of the box and the wire behind metal sheet. Here's a mockup:
Possible idea: The lens is behind a holes but the hole is directly in front of lens. The lens would be facing inwards to the center from the edge of the cube. This does not seem sufficient as the radiation is being reflected off the walls so it's fairly random. Is there anyway to make it microwave safe for recording while microwave operates?
I watched some microwave tear down videos and it seems like (on a surface level view) most of the electronics are safely just hidden behind a wall. That to me suggests the heat build up isn't too high or the electronics are designed to be heat resistant. In this case the lens/camera is exposed to the radiation..
If you have any ideas/thoughts on how the lens/electronics of the camera can be protected from microwave radiation while having full view of the plate, I would appreciate hearing them.
The thought driving the question is: Would an endoscope like camera be safe from microwave radiation/energy behind the inside microwave box?