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Excerpt from Field Guide to Spectroscopy
A detector, or radiation transducer, is any device that converts an amount of radiation into some other measurable phenomenon. Ultimately, most of these other measurable phenomena will be tied to an electrical signal.
The output of a detector must respond to changes in the incident light intensity. The ability to respond is expressed by quantities such as responsivity, sensitivity, and dynamic range.
The output of a detector must respond quickly to quick changes in incident light intensity. This can be quantified by a detector time constant.
A detector must have a minimal dark signal (also called dark current if current is the measurable of the detector). The dark signal is the signal when no light impinges on the detector.
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