optical detector


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optical detector

The sensor in a typical colorimeter or photometer that senses the light transmitted by the sample.
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This article deals with the use of in-line optical detectors based on visible-light stimulus and procedures developed in our research group [6-14, 23, 301 to monitor the extrusion of multiphase polymeric systems.
The optical detector produces a signal (a voltage V) that ranges from a minimum set value called baseline value ([V.
The transfer standards, or check standards, for this comparison are photodiode-based optical detectors designed and built at NIST [2,3].
The method follows in real time the reduction of the clay particle size by light extinction measurement, obtained via an inline optical detector fitted at the extruder die exit.
The optical detector placed at the slit-die recorded data as a function of time during all the runs.
The optical detector delivers a voltage that ranges from a minimum set value (the baseline value, [V.
The Sentior(TM) 3550 independently performs closed loop spectral monitoring and analysis, thanks to the Tunable Optical Detector integrated within.
While we have used a cavity absorber for this example, the idea of electrical substitution is used to calibrate other optical detectors such as bolometers and pyroelectric devices.
The collected light will then be focused onto an optical detector array, and the signal will be processed with a computer to reconstruct a detailed image of the satellite.
The CCD's sensitivity to light, coupled to this method of storing and reading out information, makes it a versatile and robust optical detector.
These new OEICs incorporate a high-gain, low-noise, transimpedance amplifier along with an integrated metal-semiconductor-metal (MSM) optical detector that operates over wavelengths between 770 nm and 860 nm.
motion sensors, optical detectors, relays, lighting and more.

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