Light & Display
Luminance meters, chroma meters, and spectroradiometer are used to set the white balance and adjustment the color of digital projectors.
The CS-100 luminance and color meter is a hand held device that produces spot measurements of luminance and color. These portable devices developed by Konica Minolta are effective and easy to use whether you’re measuring brightness or color of light sources.
Konica Minolta introduced the CL-500A as its first lightweight, compact illuminance spectrophotometer. The device is designed to evaluate next generation lamps including EL illumination and LED illumination. The stand alone design and advanced sensors easily measure Color Rendering Index (CRI), chromaticity, color temperature, and illuminance of essentially every light source whether it is in the field or in the lab.
The CL-70F CRI Illuminance Meter is an entry-level solution for the measurement and evaluation of the illuminance, color temperature, and color rendering index (CRI) of various illumination sources such as LEDs and fluorescent lamps.
The CS-150 (successor to the CS-100A) is a highly accurate tristimulus colorimeter equipped with newly designed sensors with spectral responses that more closely match the CIE 1931 color-matching functions representing the sensitivity of the human eye to provide measurement results … Continue reading
The CS-160 is lightweight, compact and battery powered luminance and tristimulus colorimeter for the measurement of a wide range of luminance conditions and non-contact measurement of color. The CS-160 luminance and color meter allows luminance and chromaticity to be measured … Continue reading
Get highly accurate measurements using the CS-2000A spectroradiometer. The device has the capacity to measure luminances with ranges that reach down to 0.0005 cd/m2. It can also contrast measurements at ranges that reach 1,000,000:1*4. You can use the CS-2000A with a variety of displays and light sources.
LS-150 Luminance Meter (successor to the LS-100) is highly accurate luminance meter that uses a newly designed sensor with a spectral response that more closely matches the V(λ) spectral luminous efficiency function of the human eye to provide measurement results … Continue reading