stray light


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stray light

Incidental light reaching an area from sources used to light other areas.
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Each eyepiece individually focuses, each uses a turn-and-slide eyecup to block stray light.
It accommodates up to four excitation sources and six detection channels, triple grating turrets for extended wavelength range and can be used with single or double monochromators for enhanced stray light rejection.
Aeroglaze Z306 is a polyurethane topcoat which offers very low optical reflectance, making it very suitable for optical equipment where stray light reflection is undesirable.
You are encouraged to consult these resources and consider ways to reduce stray light," the notice states.
The rubber bellows keep out most stray light and the camera is intuitive and easy to operate.
Outstanding stray light reduction is achieved by combining a number of optimally matched measures.
The use of an advanced monochromator design helps to separate spectral signals In close proximity to one another and improves the dynamic range by reducing the influence of stray light.
All Zebraoptical EPD tools are immune to stray light and provide robust metrology.
Advanced features include angle reduction technology to reduce stray light, small form factor for space challenged environments, and Ethernet capability for enhanced control and monitoring.
Its visibility can be greatly reduced by background light such as light pollution or stray light from the moon.
Many birds and animals are affected by stray light intruding into their night world, confusing their natural patterns of activity and affecting their breeding cycles causing premature breeding.
They think that the darkness must be absolute to work, with no stray light at any time.