Luminescent spectra design and application research on continuous xenon lamp
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The continuous xenon lamp spectra and realistic sunlight spectra were compared. The results show that the infrared part of xenon luminescence spectra covers about 57.4% of the total spectra, but the infrared part only covers 28.3% in the standard spectra. According to the difference of the spectra, curve was fitted and λ0=925 nm of the lowest point of transmittance curve was got. The infrared part of luminescence spectra of xenon was properly filtered by optical filter and the spectra are up to standard marched-degree after filtering. The biggest deviation value for spectra is only 12.5% by testing the spectra of 6 different position points. The result shows that the spectral uniformity of xenon is good after filtering. Silicon cell was detected to have defection by electro-luminescence and the electric performance test was done. The value of I-V is different for discrepancy power 0.22 W by using the optical filter and without the filter. It indicates that the accuracy rating of electric performance testing is directly influenced by spectral marched degree of xenon.