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Questions tagged [photometry]

Anything related to *photometry*, the field of physics that study the theory and the techniques used to measure light as it is perceived by the human eye. In engineering photometry is applied especially to all problems of lighting design.

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Causes for Saturation in Transimpedance Amplifier Circuit

I have a transimpedance amplifier circuit with a Silicon Photomultiplier as shown below: simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab We're using the SensL MicroFJ-60035 Silicon ...
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Using on-board amplifiers instead of external amplifiers

I'm trying to replicate a Silicon Photomultiplier array multiplexing scheme by SensL. The link to their application note is found here: http://sensl.com/downloads/ds/TN-...
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Timing Improvements to Silicon Photomultiplier Transimpedance Amplifier Circuit

I'm designing another Silicon Photomultiplier circuit. Right now, it is in the theoretical stage. My team and I have made numerous circuits, and the basic template is below: simulate this circuit &...
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Can photocells (PN Juctions) be stacked?

Can photocells (the PN junctions) be stacked (3) on top of each other (not just side-by-side) to let each PN junction produce electrical energy from the visible light, Infrared (IR) and ultraviolet ...
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Crosstalk issues with Photomultiplier Circuit

I'm working on a circuit involving Silicon Photomultipliers. Two SiPMs are in parallel together, and they go to a feedback amplifier circuit where the current signal gets filtered and converted into a ...
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'Resistive Array/Network' of Silicon Photomultipliers

For a project I'm starting, I am trying to create an array of silicon photomultipliers (start small, 4 or 6) which can be connected to one channel, and when they fire, you can detect which ...
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Is electric power equal to its radiant flux? [closed]

I just want to ask, is electric power equal to radiant flux? In calculating intensity, it is the total light power emitted (radiant flux) divided by the surface unit area.
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Does air flowing over a bulb affect the amount of lumens produced? [closed]

If a bulb is cooled by air flowing over it, would that change the way light is emitted? I see contradicting evidence that air cooling bulbs changes how much light is emitted because the cooler air ...