The image below is the same as above, also as of right now there is no way to perform Spectral Calibration until everything is put together and tested in the enclosure and the software is updated.
I didn’t realize until I took a closer look, that there must have been some light leakage in the monochromator, you’ll see it in the image below:
Now this is the full spectral range from 0 – 1323 pixels, you will notice at the far left of the chart a line shooting straight up, this is the transmission line, which use to be the “absorption” line, by implementing this equation: (10ᶺ(-B2))*100
We can “flip” the spectral image right side up.
I am hoping that by presenting these charts and examples that it starts to bring more clarity to the complexity of this particular discipline 🙂
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