Stray Light Correction
Correction matrix for the reduction of stray light in the spectrum
How does an array spectroradiometer almost reach the stray light level of a double monochromator?
The most significant limitation in the performance of an array spectroradiometer in photometry and radiometry is the incidence of stray light in the instrument. In other words, a certain element of the array detector is contaminated by radiation from a spectral range other than specified. In the CAS series of powerful array spectroradiometers from Instrument Systems, stray light is effectively suppressed by design measures, so that contamination is low from the outset.