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Capabilities And Applications Of A Computerized Infrared Spectroradiometer: The SR-5000
Author(s): Z. Kopolovich; E. Sapir; R. A. Buckwald; D. Cabib; L. S. Balfour
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Paper Abstract

In a previous paper we have introduced a new computerized system approach to the field of infrared spectroradiometric measurements. In this paper, after reviewing the basic definitions and design principles, we present a number of important capabilities and applications of the measuring system. The power of the system finds its expression in several aspects: i) in producing calibrated spectral data in almost real time; ii) in enabling the user to perform a large number of mathematical and statistical treatments to the processed spectra without need of an additional large computer; iii) in being able to control the parameters of external systems such as the temperature of calibration sources, temperature and position of samples, scanning mechanisms etc., in an automatic or keyboard-operated, and user-friendly manner; iv) in giving the user an almost unlimited freedom to program his own measurements and data processing for special applications; v) in offering a recording and filing capability for data comparison, which was never known before.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 May 1986
PDF: 11 pages
Proc. SPIE 0590, Infrared Technology and Applications, (1 May 1986); doi: 10.1117/12.951985
Show Author Affiliations
Z. Kopolovich, CI Limited (Israel)
E. Sapir, CI Limited (Israel)
R. A. Buckwald, CI Limited (Israel)
D. Cabib, CI Limited (Israel)
L. S. Balfour, CI Limited (Israel)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0590:
Infrared Technology and Applications
Lionel R. Baker; Andre Masson, Editor(s)

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