NIST traceable irradiance calibrations can be performed on the following system configurations - please note that the fiber patch cord and/or the Cosine corrector need to be ordered separately :
a) HRS-series spectrometer with a fiber patch cord as input.
b) HRS-series spectrometer connected to a fiber patch cord which in turn is connected to a ¼” Cosine corrector as input.
Even though you may ship in your own fiber patchcord and/or Cosine corrector, to avoid possible incompatibilities we strongly recommend you purchase Mightex fiber patch cords and Cosine correctors.
In our calibration lab a NIST-traceable radiometric calibration light source will be connected to the above systems to produce a calibration file. The calibration file will be automatically loaded when you run the spectrometer software.
After irradiance calibration the fiber and Cosine corrector should not be removed. We recommend re-calibrate the system every 12 months or whenever the fiber or Cosine corrector is disconnected from the system.