Integrating Sphere Detector
The ISD-5-Si integrating sphere detector employ a 50 mm diameter barium sulphate ate coated integrating sphere with 12.7 mm diameter measurement port. A baffle limits direct irradiation of the detector from dispersed light. The ISD-5-Si features a Si photodiode detector for use in the spectral range from 400 to 1100nm spectral range.
Calibration of spectral radiant power sensitivity in W is performed in 10 nm steps from 400 to 1100 nm at Gigahertz-Optik’s Calibration Laboratory for Optical Radiation Quantities.
Detector for Laser-Radiant Power
Calibration of spectral radiant power responsivity in A/W in 10 nm steps from 400 nm - 1100 nm
2.9E-3 A/W @ 630 nm
further information can be found in the following graph
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10 pA (SNR 100:1)
12.7 mm Ø
M6 thraded hole
Si photodiode with spectral function from 400 nm to 1100 nm
(400 - 1100) nm
coaxial cable 2m Long, with BNC (-1), calibration data (-2) or ITT (-4) connector
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