5 June 2013 Evaluation of dome-input geometry for pyroelectric detectors
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Abstract
Dome-input pyroelectric radiometers with different black coatings were developed to extend the spectral responsivity scale from near infrared (NIR) to 20 μm. The reflective dome with shiny gold-coating has been known to be an efficient light trap to enhance the detector absorptance and to minimize spectral responsivity variation. The enhancement of spectral responsivity using reflective dome relies on optical characterization of black coating on detector, reflectance of dome reflector, and input aperture dimension, etc. We report a comparison of spectral responsivity of dome-input pyroelectric radiometers measured with/without dome-trap from 2.4 μm to 14 μm using the Infrared Spectral Comparator Facility (IRSCF) at NIST. The results show 4 % to 8 % gain of responsivity for two dome-input pyroelectric detectors, with reduced structure of spectral responsivity. The uncertainty of dome-input pyroelectric radiometer calibrations is approximately 2 % (k = 2).
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J. Zeng, J. Zeng, L. M. Hanssen, L. M. Hanssen, G. P. Eppeldauer, G. P. Eppeldauer, } "Evaluation of dome-input geometry for pyroelectric detectors", Proc. SPIE 8706, Infrared Imaging Systems: Design, Analysis, Modeling, and Testing XXIV, 87060B (5 June 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2016261; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2016261
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