The errors caused in spectrophotometric measurements come from many different sources and most can be corrected. The purpose of this whitepaper is to explore the different types of error, ranging from white calibration standard, wavelength calibration, and gloss/stray light, and to understand which can be corrected with NetProfiler. You’ll also benefit from a list of criteria needed to generate a profile for a spectrophotometer.
What You Will Learn:
- How to correct the photometric scale by replacing the white standard with an uncalibrated standard and then having it “NetProfiled”
- How to correct the wavelength scale of a spectrophotometer by applying the correction to the reflection curve
- How to compensate for shock and temperature effects, which change the focus of the optical system, with NetProfiler
Are you giving your spectrophotometer the check-up it needs? Fill out the form to download the whitepaper and learn how to verify and optimize the health of your spectrophotometer.