Frequently Asked Questions
A Calibrated Photodiode is a highly accurate light detector that has undergone calibration to provide precise measurements of optical power or intensity in a specific wavelength range.
Calibrated Photodiodes are typically calibrated using traceable standards and calibration equipment to ensure accurate and reliable performance. The calibration process establishes a known relationship between the optical power incident on the photodiode and its electrical output.
Calibrated Photodiodes offer highly accurate and traceable measurements of optical power or intensity. They are commonly used in research, metrology, and other applications where precise light measurements are crucial.
Yes, many suppliers provide calibration certificates with Calibrated Photodiode purchases. These certificates document the calibration process, traceability, and measurement uncertainties, ensuring confidence in the detector's performance.
Consider factors such as wavelength range, responsivity, power range, and desired measurement accuracy when selecting a Calibrated Photodiode. Choose a photodiode that matches your wavelength of interest and meets the requirements of your specific application.
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