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Home > Frequently Asked Questions > Products > Accessories > Can the cosine corrector be used as part of a spectroradiometrically calibrated system?

Can the cosine corrector be used as part of a spectroradiometrically calibrated system?

Yes. Direct-attach cosine correctors can be calibrated for absolute irradiance measurements at Ocean Optics. However, disconnecting the cosine corrector after calibration will invalidate the calibration. Even if the cosine corrector is carefully reconnected, the exact light coupling won’t be replicated. Any changes to the optics or connections require a full system recalibration.

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