Ocean Optics - Inventor of the World's First Miniature Spectrometer
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Cosine Correctors for Emission Collection

Our Cosine Correctors couple to optical fibers and spectrometers for relative and absolute spectral intensity measurements; for emissive color applications; and for evaluation of light sources such as LEDs and lasers.

Probe Option

When the CC-3 and CC-3-UV are screwed onto the end of an optical fiber, the cosine corrector and optical fiber become an irradiance probe. This probe couples to one of our spectrometers to measure the intensity of light normal to the probe surface.

Direct-attach Option

The CC-3-DA screws directly onto the SMA 905 connector of the spectrometer, creating a complete spectroradiometric system and eliminating the need for an optical fiber.

Diffusing Material: UV-VIS or VIS-NIR

The diffusing material used in the cosine corrector is a thin disk of opaline glass, Teflon or Spectralon that sits at the end of a stainless steel barrel.

  CC-3 CC-3-UV-S CC-3-UV-T CC-3-DA
Diffusing material: Opaline glass Spectralon Teflon Spectralon
Wavelength range: 350-1000 nm 200-2500 nm 200-2500 nm 200-2500 nm
Dimensions: 6.35 mm OD 6.35 mm OD 6.35 mm OD 12.7 mm OD
Field of View: 180 180 180 180

 

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