Performing calibration of transmittance by single rgb-led within the visible spectrum
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AutorCarreres Prieto, Daniel; García Bermejo, Juan Tomás; Cerdán Cartagena, José Fernando; Suardíaz Muro, Juan
Área de conocimientoTecnología Electrónica
PatrocinadoresThe authors are grateful for the financial support received from the Seneca Foundation of the Región de Murcia (Spain) through the program devoted to training novel researchers in areas of specific interest for the industry and with a high capacity to transfer the results of the research generated, entitled: “Subprograma Regional de Contratos de Formación de Personal Investigador en Universidades y OPIs” (Mod. B, Ref. 20320/FPI/17).
Fecha de publicación2020
Cita bibliográficaCarreres-Prieto, D.; García, J.T.; Cerdán-Cartagena, F.; Suardiaz-Muro, J. Performing Calibration of Transmittance by Single RGB-LED within the Visible Spectrum. Sensors 2020, 20, 3492. https://doi.org/10.3390/s20123492
Palabras claveRGB-LED spectrophotometer
Spectrophotometry has proven to be an effective non-invasive technique for the characterization of the pollution load of sewer systems, enabling compliance with new environmental protection regulations. This type of equipment has costs and an energy consumption which make it difficult to place it inside a sewer network for real-time and massive monitoring. These shortcomings are mainly due to the use of incandescent lamps to generate the working spectrum as they often require the use of optical elements, such as diffraction gratings, to work. The search for viable alternatives to incandescent lamps is key to the development of portable equipment that is cheaper and with a lower consumption that can be used in different points of the sewer network. This research work achieved the following results in terms of the measured samples: First, the development a calibration procedure that enables the use of RGB-LED technology as a viable alternative to incandescent lamps, within the range of 510 ...
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