Integrating Sphere Detector
The ISD-5P-IGA integrating sphere detector employ a 50 mm diameter ODM98 coated integrating sphere with 10mm diameter measurement port. The unique collar baffle limits direct irradiation of the detector from dispersed light. The collar baffle enables optional detector ports to be added for additional detectors, fiber connectors or auxiliary use. The ISD-5P-IGA features an InGaAs photodiode detector for use in the spectral range from 800 to 1800nm spectral range.
Gigahertz-Optik’s synthetic ODM98 coating offers almost perfect hemispherical diffuse reflection for best light distribution inside the sphere.
Calibration of spectral radiant power sensitivity in W is performed in 10 nm steps from 800 to 1800 nm at Gigahertz-Optik’s Calibration Laboratory for Optical Radiation Quantities.
Typical Spectral Responsivity
(800 - 1800) nm
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10 mm Ø
M6 threaded hole
coaxial cable 2 m Long, with BNC (-1), calibration data (-2) or ITT (-4) connector
(5 - 40) °C
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