By Ronald Waynant, Marwood Ediger
The easiest e-book available in the market for those that are new to the sphere and an excellent reference, vital, for knowledgeable engineers within the box. It comprises the innovative information regarding built-in optical circuits that is quite fascinating for individuals in MEMS sector.
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Radiometric Units Radiometric quantities are applicable across the entire electromagnetic spectrum. There is another analogous system of units that is applicable only in the visible portion of the spectrum (from 380 to 780 nm) as defined by the CIE. 2. In radiometry, the primary unit of radiation transfer, or radiant flux, is the watt (W). In photometry, the corresponding unit is the lumen (lm), which signifies the visual response produced by a light source with a given output power (W). There is no direct method of converting from luminous flux (lumens) to radiant flux, unless the exact spectral distribution is known and is limited to the visible portion of the spectrum.
Currently, most of these types of detectors are classified generically as ‘‘photodiodes’’ which produce current in proportion to the incident illuminance. Ideally, a radiometer will have a detector that is ‘‘spectrally flat’’ over the wavelength region of interest. Silicon detectors (most sensitive in the visible and near-ir region) can be doped to increase the sensitivity in the ultraviolet region. Another technique which is sometimes employed in broadband uv meters is to place fluorescent phosphors in front of the photodetector.
Most gratings today are ruled by a holographic process, as opposed to diamond tool ruling. This approach can reduce stray light to 1 to 10 percent of that observed with conventionally ruled gratings. The grating specifications and the monochromator focal length, along with the width of the slits installed in the monochromator, will determine the bandpass of the system. A range of bandpasses can be found in commercially available units; usually from 20 nm down to 1 nm. Some instruments have variable slit widths, while others are fixed.