Abstract

We have demonstrated the calibration of a thermal power meter against a radiation pressure power meter in the range of 20 kW in a manufacturing test environment. The results were compared to a traditional calorimeter-based laboratory calibration undertaken at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The results are reported, and the effects of nonideal conditions typical of measurements in low-stability environments are discussed.

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