The CL-500A is Konica Minolta’s first compact, lightweight illuminance spectrophotometer that can be used for the spectral evaluation of high class next generation lamps such as LEDs, OLEDs, and EL illumination. It also measures illuminance, chromaticity, color temperature and CRI (Color Rendering Index).
The CL-200A Chroma Meter is the successor to the CL-200. It measures illuminance, color temperature, chromaticity, dominant wavelength, and excitation purity of various light sources, specifically LED, Organic LED (OLED), and other forms of Organic Electroluminescence (EL). It can be used for lighting production and adjustment, evaluating light distribution of LED illumination modules or fixtures, color-viewing cabinet maintenance, LED billboard development, measuring projector light sources and more.
Konica Minolta Sensing Americas introduces a spectacular lineup of measurement instruments used in the automotive industry. The CL-500A Illuminance Spectrophotometer is used for incident lighting and is a spectrally based instrument. The CL-200A Chroma Meter is used for incident light measurements and the CS-200 Chroma Meter is best for point measurements. Experience these instruments for yourself by contacting Konica Minolta Sensing Americas at 888-473-2656 or online at https://sensing.konicaminolta.us
The CA-2500 2D Color Analyzer is an all new display measurement device from Konica Minolta. The CA-2500 is an imaging photometer used by production line manufacturers and research and development teams. High-accuracy measurements of the luminance and color of two dimensional surfaces can be made quickly and easily. Measure luminance and chromaticity of simple displays such as televisions and computer monitors and evaluate the light-emitting areas of automobile instrument panels. The CA-2500 is ideal for the evaluation and inspection of a variety of display technologies such as smartphones and tablet PCs.
The new Spectrophotometer CM-25cG is designed to measure color and gloss simultaneously. With a forty five zero geometry and a true sixty degree gloss-sensor, this portable spectrophotometer is ideal for measuring automotive interiors.
The new Spectrophotometer CM-M6 is designed to measure the color of complex paints, coatings and plastics. The CM-M6 provides measurement data at six different angles and is ideal for capturing high-end metallic and pearlescent effect paint.
Products and materials with inconsistent color negatively affect consumer perception and product quality. To meet this challenge, Konica Minolta Sensing, the leading manufacturer of color measurement instruments, offers the new CR-10 Plus Color Reader. This cost-effective technology helps Manufacturers and Quality Assurance professionals worldwide ensure consistent color. With this low-cost instrument, you can measure over-all color difference between targets and samples in an instant.
Color measurement has never been simpler with the CM-5 advanced all-in-one spectrophotometer. With its innovative operation, it enables anyone to take measurements easily anytime even without the use of a computer. The keyboard, color LCD screen, top-port design and automatic calibration make it extremely user friendly and popular in the chemical, food & beverages, pharmaceutical and packaging industries.
What’s more is the versatility of the CM-5, enabling a variety of samples with different material characteristics such as liquids, powders, pastes, and granules, as well as the haze of transparent films and glass to be measured.
View the video above to get a clearer understanding of the CM-5’s user friendliness and versatility.
Randy Klimek of Konica Minolta Sensing appears on the Food Detective on Food Network to see if there really are any true blue foods. The CM-700 is used to measure many varies food that are thought to be blue in color.
The innovative operation of the CM-5 makes color measurement simple for everyone right from the start. The first screen after being switched on lets users select the Operation Wizard, which will guide them through making settings. Automatic calibration can be selected so that calibration is automatically performed immediately after power is switched on each time.
Despite its simple operation, the CM-5 is equipped with a full range of advanced functions for standalone operation and a large color LCD that can show data not just numerically but also on spectral graphs and color plots without the need for a separate computer. Measurements of both reflectance and transmittance are possible, and judgment of PASS/FAIL based on user-set tolerances can be performed.
Norm Demers, Senior Applications Engineer for Konica Minolta Sensing demos the CM-3600 benchtop spectrophotometer at NPE 2009.
At Konica Minolta Sensing we understand the importance of measuring color. Our line of color measurement instruments, software, and accessories are designed to help you communicate, manage, and control the color of your products. Konica Minolta’s CR-400 & CR-410 colorimeters are expertly designed to help improve color consistency and communication.
The CR-A50 and CR-A184 granular material attachments are great tools for providing consistent sample presentation to the CR-400 and CM-700 series instruments. Take a look at our ALL NEW how-to video on sample preparation using the granular attachment accessory. This attachment can be used to measure powders, pastes, grain and other granular substances. The material holder helps eliminate the specimen entering the instrument head and damaging the receptor which results in inaccurate measurements.
The CM-600d and CM-700d spectrophotometers are easy-to-use color measurement tools for paint, plastics, and automotive products. In this video, we provide an overview and demonstration on accessory target masks, pivoting bases, and dust covers to maintain your instrument and enhance its performance. These accessories are ideal for wet specimens, powders, or dusty environments. For more information, please visit us online at sensing.konicaminolta.us or shop directly at shopkmsa.com.