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Uploaded on May 03, 2012 17:28 UTC

V11R Cool -- (Cloned calibration from Calibration on MH Library Fluorescent) -- (Cloned calibration from SWM V11R w/ Warm White LED)


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over 10 years ago, jywarren wrote:

Hey Josh - awesome, i think you're getting the 2nd order blue spike up around 900nm... as you go off the end of the optimal spectrum, you'll get "echoes" of the primary order spectrum. If that's true, that spike is not really infrared, which is why it shows up in blue/purple. Just something I've come across.

over 10 years ago, joshmc wrote:

Yeah, I agree, that's what's happening. I've tried to adjust the angle of my camera so that the second order spectrum won't show up on the fringe, but when I do that I start to get a glare from the slit itself on the other end, because I'm working with a lot of high intensity light sources. So, I decided I'd rather have a bit of that second order spectrum on one end than the glare. It's not ideal, but I can just ignore it and it won't bother me ;)

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84281 CLF_CFL_iP4_Dhm 17 Aug 21:21 m3lchoir
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