Learn to take measurements calibrated for absolute irradiance. Once an absolute irradiance spectrum is measured, it can be used to calculate power measurements of radiant sources. To learn more about this technique. Subscribe to our monthly eNewsWire for product updates, application notes, special pricing and the latest videos.
Posts in category Calibration Tips
In this video, we show you the necessary steps to perform a system calibration of an Ocean Optics spectrometer with a DH-2000-Cal. The DH-2000-CAL Deuterium Tungsten Halogen Calibration Standard is a UV-NIR light source used to calibrate the absolute spectral response of a radiometric system. Click here for more information on Ocean Optics calibration light […]
In part two of our NeoFox tutorials, we show you how to perform a two-point calibration. In this example we will be using Nitrogen as the Zero percent Oxygen standard, and room air as our second standard at 20.9% Oxygen. If you have not setup your NeoFox software, please view the first video in the […]