Scinco`s highly precise spectrophotometer-ColorMate measures the color differences between batches or products &...
ColorMate that is ideal for most of color measurement can be applied to the various applications by using the versatile color indices conveniently.
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Features of ColorMate
High Repeatability & High Accuracy Highly accurate data through the Dual Beam structure.
Pulsed Xenon Lamp The light source is the pulsed xenon lamp which provides excellent stability, long-lasting life time and reliable repeatability in all the color measurement applications.
Automatic recognition of sample port size User can choose the proper aperture depending on the sample size. By the reflecting sensor equipped in the sample ports, LAV (28 mm), MAV (11 mm), SAV (6 mm) apertures are automatically recognized.
Observing mirror for stable sample loading Exact sample load by using the slide-type observing mirror that enables the user to check whether the sample is properly loaded.
6-inch Integrating sphere 6 inch integrating sphere is adopted and it is coated with the Barium Sulfate (BaSO4) by the Scinco’s technology.
Changeable position of the system (Vertical or Horizontal) Any types of sample can be measured. It can be specialized for the measurement of a powder type (an indeterminate form) sample by placing the equipment perpendicularly.
Window-based Software for operation, system validation and diognostics The Window based Software, ColorMaster features full control of the system, data acquisition & processing, post-run spectral analysis, system validation and diagnostics function.
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d/8? (diffused illumination, 8-degree viewing)
Integrating Sphere Size:
360 ~ 750 nm
A, C, D50, D55, D65, F1 ~ F12
CIE Standard Observer 2 or 10?
Various Color Indices:
Whiteness, Yellowness, Brightness, APHA, Gardner, Haze, etc.
CIE L*a*b, CIE L*u*v*, CIE XYZ, CIE Yxy, CIE UCS 1976, Hunter Lab