Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. provides advanced optical technology that precisely measures the elements of color and light.
Over 70% of all the Industrial Light Meters purchased in the world are Konica Minolta. Virtually every major TV and computer manufacturer uses Konica Minolta’s Color Analyzers to adjust white balance. Konica Minolta Colorimeters can be found throughout the food chain — controlling the color from raw ingredients through food processing and production. The safe, compact PULSOX monitors pulse rate and oxygen from infancy through adulthood.
Konica Minolta built the world’s first portable Spectrophotometer, the first fingertip pulse oximeter and ...
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Konica Minolta's CL-500A Illuminance Spectrophotometer and Why It's The Best Choice
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
The CL-500A is Konica Minolta’s first compact, lightweight illuminance spectrophotometer which can be used for evaluation of next-generation lamps such as LED illumination and EL illumination.
Konica Minolta Sensing Launches New Bench top Spectrophotometer In Mexico
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
The CM-3600A Spectrophotometer is a versatile instrument that can handle a wide variety of applications for measuring reflectance and transmittance of solids. With optional accessories, it can also measure the transmittance of liquids.
Konica Minolta Offers High-Quality Color Control Products For The Food Industry
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Products and devices based on two principal color measurement techniques: Colorimetry and Spectrophotometry.
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Benchtop spectrophotometers are used to measure reflectance and transmittance. Transmittance readings are used to measure clear liquids and films.
Konica Minolta’s expansive range of available portable handheld spectrophotometers are compact and lightweight, with wireless communication and color LCD screens that allow for accurate, portable color measurement in a variety of locations.
Colorimeters such are tristimulus instruments used primarily for Quality Control applications. They are used mainly to insure samples fall within color tolerances set by a user.
Color readers are low-cost instruments used to measure a target and a sample, and then display the color difference to the user.
Gloss meters are used to measure specular reflection. Specular reflection has a direct relationship between the ratio of incident light and reflected light, and has been used as the basis for standardizing and measuring gloss values.
Luminance meters are single element detectors that measure photometric brightness falling upon a surface. It is measured in footcandles or in lux.
Luminance meters are single element detectors that measure photometric brightness. It is measured in lumens. The Konica Minolta illuminance meter measures the amount of light that strikes a surface.
Similar to an Illuminance meter, An Incidence color meter is a three element detector that both measures photometric brightness falling upon a surface, as well as gives color information.
Konica Minolta offers a spectrum of Color analyzers, which are any type of instruments that yield qualitative color information. There’s the CA-100Plus, a color analyzer which determines the brightness and whiteness of any given light source.
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