Abstract

A scale of spectral irradiance has been realized for the 400–700-nm wavelength range based on absolute silicon photodetectors, with the wavelength selected by interference filters. From these data a photometric scale of luminous intensity has been realized. The results were compared to scales based on blackbodies.

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