Konica Minolta Light & Display

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CL-200A Chroma Meter

The CL-200A Chroma Meter, the next generation to the CL-200, measures the chromaticity of light sources such as LED, Organic LED (OLED), and other forms of Organic Electroluminescence (EL) as well as color temperature and illuminance.

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CL-500A Illuminance Spectrophotometer

Konica Minolta introduced the CL-500A as its first lightweight, compact illuminance spectrophotometer. The device is designed to evaluate next generation lamps including EL illumination and LED illumination

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Luminance Meters LS-100 / LS-110

The LS-150 (successor to LS-100) possess a minimum measuring area of 14.4mm and a greatly improved luminance range of up to 999,900 cd/m². It is a highly accurate and easy-to-use luminance meter that conform to DIN 5032-7 Class B.

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ILLUMINANCE METER T-10A AND T-10MA

The handheld T-10A and T-10MA are designed for easy use to measure the quality and brightness of a light source as it lies along a surface.

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2D Color Analyzer CA-2500

The CA-2500 2D Color Analyzer is an innovative instrument capable of efficiently measuring the distribution of luminance and chromaticity of multiple display devices simultaneously.

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CS-200 Luminance and Color Meter

Get highly accurate measurements using the CS-2000A spectroradiometer. The device has the capacity to measure luminances with ranges that reach down to 0.0005 cd/m2.

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CA-410 Color Analyzer

High-speed, high-accuracy instrument that provides even higher accuracy for measuring LED-backlit LCD TVs by reducing errors due to variations in the peak wavelength of LED backlights.

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CS-2000 Spectroradiometer

Get highly accurate measurements using the CS-2000A spectroradiometer. The device has the capacity to measure luminances with ranges that reach down to 0.0005 cd/m2. It can also contrast measurements at ranges that reach 1,000,000:1*4. You can use the CS-2000A with a variety of displays and light sources