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Color measurement with digital standards

Article No. 7085

spectro2go 45/0
Close-tolerance 45/0 spectrophotometer with software

  • Color control as you see it with 45/0 geometry
  • 60° gloss measurement
  • Outstanding technical performance for use of digital standards

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Color Geometry
Sample Port
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$13,750.00 €11,300.00 excl. taxes & shipping cost


Raise your expectations: spectro2guide ensures color harmony and analyzes color stability - objective measurement results for today and the future.


  • 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
  • Color Measurement

  • Color Geometry
  • Sample Port
    12 mm
  • Measuring Area
    08 mm
  • Spectral Range Colorimetric
    400 - 700 nm, 10 nm resolution
  • Measurement Range
    0 - 170% remission
  • 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); ΔECMC; ΔE94; ΔE99; ΔE2000; E2000 PF; ΔE DIN6175-2019
  • Color 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, CIE 015:2018 LED Illuminants
  • Observer
    2°, 10°
  • Gloss Measurement

  • Repeatability Gloss 0-20

    ± 0.1 GU

  • Repeatability Gloss 20-100

    ± 0.2 GU

  • Reproducibility Gloss 0-20

    ± 0.5 GU

  • Reproducibility Gloss 20-100

    ± 1.0 GU

  • Gloss Geometry
  • Gloss Aperture
    5 x 10 mm
  • Measurement Range Gloss

    0 - 100 GU

  • 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





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Delivery Content

White calibration standard
Color and gloss checking standard
Software with two licensees for download:
smart-lab Color (7083) or smart-process Color (7084)
USB online cable type C/A for data transfer (7078)
External power supply (type A/C/G/I) (7305)
Stylus (7079)
Protective cap (7076), hand strap
Carrying case
1-day training


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