High-speed, high-accuracy instrument that provides even higher accuracy for measuring LED-backlit LCD TVs by reducing errors due to variations in the peak wavelength of LED backlights.

CA-310 Color Analyzer

The CA-310 Color Analyzer is an instrument that gives you extremely accurate measurement readings. Using the instrument you can measure LED-backlit LCD televisions by lowering errors that are caused by variations in LED backlight peak wavelengths.

The CA-310 Color Analyzer offers enhancements over instruments like the CA-210. You can get increasingly accurate measurements when using the CA-310 color analyzer to measure LED-backlit LCD televisions, electronic devices that are growing in popularity. Another benefit of using the CA-310 color analyzer is that the instrument allows you to achieve accurate measurements when measuring standard backlights found in devices like fluorescent lamps, devices that can cause LED spectral emission distributions to vary from unit to unit. The CA-310 reduces or eliminates this variance by using color sensors that are similar to the CIE 1931 color-matching functions. This allows the CA-310 to produce increased accuracy at higher speeds at a range of luminances, including low luminances.

CA-310 Color Analyzer from Konica Minolta Sensing Americas

CA-310 Color Analyzer

  • Use for high-speed, high accuracy measurement of LED-backlit LCD TVs
  • Enables high-speed measurement of even extremely low luminances down to 0.005cd/m²
  • Highly Accurate with sensors that virtually match CIE color matching functions
  • Unique optical system and color display – four digit color display for greater precision.
  • Connect up to 5 sensors – using the expansion board attachment, sold separately, have the capability to utilize up to 5 probes.

CA-310 Color Analyzer

Model CA-310 (LED Universal Measuring Φ27 Probe) CA-310 (LED Flicker Measuring Ø27 Probe)
Receptors Silicon photocells
Measurement area Ø27mm (Ø10mm probes also available)
Acceptance angle ±2.5°
Measurement distance 30±10mm
Display range (Luminance) 0.0001 to 1000 cd/m²
Display range (Chromaticity) Displayed as 4- or 3-digit value (can be chosen)
Luminance – Measurement range 0.0050 to 1000 cd/m²
Luminance – Accuracy (white)*1 (temperature: 23° +-2°, relative humidity (40+-10_%)) 0.0050 to 0.0999 cd/m2 (±4%±0.0015 cd/m2)
0.1000 to 9.999 cd/m2 (±3%±0.0010 cd/m2)
10.00 to 1000 cd/m2 (±2%±0.0010 cd/m2)
Luminance – Repeatability (2σ)*1 0.0050 to 0.0999 cd/m2 (1% + 0.0010 cd/m2)
0.1000 to 0.9999 cd/m2 (0.2% + 0.0010 cd/m2)
1.000 to 1000 cd/m2(0.1%+0.0010 cd/m2)
Chromaticity – Measurement range 0.0500 to 1000 cd/m²
Chromaticity – Accuracy (white)*1 0.0500 to 4.999 cd/m2 (±0.005 for white)
5.000 to 19.99 cd/m2 (±0.004 for white)
20.00 to 1000 cd/m2 (±0.003 for white)
120 cd/m2(±0.002 for white)
(±0.004 for monochrome)*2
Chromaticity – Repeatability (2σ) *1 0.0500 to 0.0999 cd/m²: 0.010
0.1000 to 0.1999 cd/m2: 0.004
0.2000 to 0.4999 cd/m²: 0.001
0.5000 to 1000 cd/m²: 0.001
Flicker Contrast method – Measurement range 5 cd/m2 or higher
Flicker Contrast method – Display range 0.0 ~ 999.9 %
Flicker Contrast method – Accuracy ±1 % (Flicker frequency: 30 Hz AC/DC 10% sine wave)
±2 % (Flicker frequency: 60 Hz AC/DC 10% sine wave)
Flicker Contrast method – Repeatability(2σ) 1 % (Flicker frequency: 20 to 65 Hz AC/DC 10% sine wave)
Flicker JEITA method*3 – Measurement range 5 cd/m2 or higher
Flicker JEITA method*3 – Accuracy ±0.5 dB (Flicker frequency: 30 Hz AC/DC 4% (-40 dB) sine wave)
±1.0 dB (Flicker frequency: 30 Hz AC/DC 1.2% (-50 dB) sine wave)
Flicker JEITA method*3 – Repeatability(2σ) 0.1 dB (Flicker frequency: 30 Hz AC/DC 4% (-40 dB) sine wave)
0.3 dB (Flicker frequency: 30 Hz AC/DC 1.2% (-50 dB) sine wave)
Measurement speed (USB) – xyLv 0.0050 to 0.0999 cd/m²: 4 times/sec.
0.10 to 1.99 cd/m²: 5 times/sec.
2.000 cd/m² to 1000 cd/m²: 20 times/sec.
Measurement speed (USB) – Flicker (Contrast) 16(16) times/sec.
Measurement speed (USB) – Flicker JEITA*3 0.5 (0.3)times/sec.*5
Display (Digital) xyLv, XYZ, TΔuvLv, u’v’Lv, RGB analyze xyLV, TΔuvLV, RGB analyze, XYZ, u’v’LV, Flicker (Contrast method) *3
Display (Analog) ΔxΔyΔLv, R/G B/G ΔG, ΔR B/R G/R ΔxΔyΔLV, R/G B/G ΔG, ΔR B/R G/R, Flicker (Contrast method)*3
Display (LCD) 16 characters × 2 lines (with backlight)
Object Under Measurement Vertical synchronous frequency: 40 to 200Hz Vertical synchronization frequency: 40 to 200 Hz (Luminance or chromaticity measurement), 40 to 130 Hz (Flicker measurement)
Memory channels 100 channels
Analyzer function Standard function
Interface USB or RS-232c (38,400 bps maximum)
Multi-point measurement Max. 5 points (using optional 4-Probe Expansion Board CA-B15)
Operating temperature/humidity range Temperature: 10 to 28°C; Relative humidity 70% or less with no condensation. Luminance change: ±2% ±1 digit of reading for white; Chromaticity change: ±0.002 for white, ±0.006 for monochrome from reading of Konica Minolta’s standard LCD *1, 120.0 cd/m² at 23°C 40%RH
Storage temperature/humidity range 0 to 28°C: Relative humidity 70% or less with no condensation; 28 to 40°C: Relative humidity 40% or less with no condensation
Input voltage range 100 to 240V AC, 50/60Hz, 50VA
Dimensions (W × H × D) Main body: 340 × 127 × 216mm

Probe: Ø49 × 208mm

Main body: 340 × 127 × 216mm

Probe: Ø49×208 mm

Weight Main body: 3.58kg

Probe: 530g

Main body: 3.58kg

Probe: 530 g

*1 The chromaticity and luminance are measured under Konica Minolta’s condition (standard LCD(6500K, 9300K) is used).

*2 The luminance for monochrome is measured when the reading of luminance for white is 120 cd/m2 .

*3 Measurement of flicker (JEITA method) is supported by SDK software.

*4 Measuring probe connected to probe connector P1 only, used USB(used RS-232C Baud rate: 38400 bps)

*5 Measured by Konica Minolta’s PC (P3-600 MHz)

CA-310 Color Analyzer

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Color Analyzer CA-310

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