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7070

Close-tolerance d/8 spectro with fluorimeter

spectro2guide, d/8

  • Control of the color hue with d/8 geometry
  • 60° gloss measurement
  • Color control for fluorescent and non-fluorescent samples
  • Outstanding technical performance for use of digital standards
     
$14,995.00 €11,995.00 excl. taxes & shipping cost

Features

  • Color and 60° gloss measurement in one
  • Exchange of digital standards due to excellent inter-instrument agreement
  • Balanced and upfront design with large color touchscreen
  • External checking and calibration standards
  • Live preview of the measurement spot with integrated camera
  • Smart high-tech LED illumination for excellent short-term, long-term and temperature stability
  • 10 year warranty on LED light source - no lamp change needed
  • Professional data analysis with smart-chart combined with WiFi or USB data transfer

Technical Attributes

    Technical Properties

  • Measuring Capability
    Color, Gloss, Fluorescence
  • Color Measurement

  • Color Geometry
    d:8° (spin/spex)
  • Sample Port
    12 mm
  • Measuring Area
    8 mm
  • Spectral Range (Colorimetric)
    400 - 700 nm, 10 nm resolution
  • Spectral Range Fluorescence
    340 - 760 nm, 10 nm resolution
  • Measurement Range
    0 - 170% reflection
  • Repeatability Color
    0.01 ΔE94 (10 consecutive measurements on white)
  • Reproducibility Color
    0.1 ΔE94 (average of 12 BCRA II tiles)
  • Color Systems
    CIELab/Ch, Lab(h), XYZ, Yxy
  • Color Differences
    ΔE*, ΔE(h), ΔEFMC2, ΔE94, ΔECMC, ΔE99, ΔE2000, ΔE2000 PF
  • Indices
    YIE313, YID1925, WIE313, CIE, Berger, Color Strength, Opacity, Metamerism, Grayscale
  • Illuminants
    A, C, D50, D55, D65, D75, F2, F6, F7, F8, F10, F11, UL30
  • Observer
    2°, 10°
  • Fluorescent Indices
    ΔE Fl, ΔEzero
  • Gloss Measurement

  • Repeatability Gloss 0-10
    ± 0.1 GU
  • Repeatability Gloss 10-100
    ± 0.2 GU
  • Reproducibility Gloss 0-10
    ± 0.2 GU
  • Reproducibility Gloss 10-100
    ± 1.0 GU
  • Gloss Measurement

  • Measurement Range
    0 - 100 GU
  • Gloss Aperture
    5 x 10 mm
  • Gloss Geometry
    60°
  • General

  • Memory
    4.000 Standards and 10.000 Samples
  • Interface
    USB port
  • Display
    3.5 " Color Touchscreen
  • Languages
    English German French Italian Spanish Russian Japanese Chinese
  • Power supply
    Internal rechargeable battery
  • Power supply
    100 - 240 V, 50/60 Hz
  • Battery
    7.2 V, 2350 mAh, 16.92 Wh
  • Battery Capacity
    1200 readings
  • Weight
    0.7 kg
  • Weight
    1.5 lb
  • Operating temperature
    10 - 40 °C
  • Storing temperature
    0 - 60 °C
  • Operating temperature
    50 - 104 °F
  • Storing temperature
    32 - 140 °F
  • Relative humidity
    Up to 85 % non-condensing at 35 °C (95 °F)
  • Dimensions: L x W x H
    8.7 x 11 x 18.8 cm
  • Dimensions: L x W x H
    3.4 x 4.3 x 7.4 in

Standards

DIN EN ISO

11664

ISO

2813 7668

ASTM

D2244 E308 E1164 D523 D2457

DIN

5033 5036 6174 67530

Delivery Content

Spectrophotometer
Docking station with built-in diagnosis standard
White calibration standard
Color and gloss test standard
Certificate
Software with 2 licensees for download:
smart-lab Color (7083) or smart-process Color (7084)
USB to connect docking station to PC (7077)
USB cable for data transfer (7078)
Stylus (7079), Protective cap (7076), hand strap
Short Instructions, Carrying case
1-day training

Knowledge

The basic building blocks of color measurement

Visual color perception is influenced by our individual color preferences, which are dependent on personal factors (mood, age, gender etc.), environment (lighting, surrounding etc.) as well as our ability to communicate color and color differences. A color looks different in the department store (cool white fluorescent lighting) than at home (warm, incandescent lighting). In order to guarantee consistent color and appearance under all possible circumstances, it is essential to standardize light source, observer and understand the spectral remission data of the object. This information will be the basis for calculation of colorimetric data as it is used for color communication and color QC in production.

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