1. Resolution: The minimum amount of radiation that can only be detected by the instrument.
2. Stability: Long-term changes in sensitivity, such as the maximum possible change in 1 year.
3. Temperature stability, change in sensitivity caused by temperature changes.
4. Nonlinear response: The sensitivity varies with the level of illumination applied by the person.
5. The degree of spectral response is the ideal response (referred to as the blackness of the sensing surface).
6. The degree to which the orientation response deviates from the ideal response. Such as cosine response, orientation response, etc.
7. The time constant of the instrument.
8 Uncertainty of the auxiliary device.
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