|Place of Origin:||Japan|
|Brand Name:||Konica minolta|
|Certification:||CE ISO9001 ROHS FCC TUV SCM|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Delivery Time:||2 days|
|Warranty:||1 year except consumable|
|Spectral Wavelength Range:||380nm To 780nm||Sensor:||CMOS Linear Image Sensor|
|Measuring Range:||1 To 200,000lx||Repeatability (Standard Illuminant A):||Illuminance: 1%+1 Digit (30 To 200,000lx), 5%+1 Digit (1 To 29.9lx)|
The CL-200A chroma meter is the successor to the CL-200. It can measure the color temperature, illuminance, chromaticity, excitation purity, and dominant wavelength of various light sources. The CL-200A meter exclusively does this under LED, Organic LED (OLED), and other forms of Organic Electroluminescence (EL).
When determining the accuracy of an LEDs illumination, color temperature measurements are particularly important. This instrument utilizes sensors that closely parallel the color-matching functions specified by the International Commission on Illumination (CIE). Depending on the application for which the CL-200A is being used, results can be displayed through different color notations.
The CL-200A was designed to be a highly effective tool for measuring the color temperature of white LEDs, a task that has been very difficult in the past. The CL-200A is able to do this due to its ability to measure the chromaticity from the phosphor and also inspect light quality output of the final assembled white LED.
The CL-200A runs on batteries and is extremely lightweight. This tool was ergonomically designed in this way so that it can fit into the palm of your hand. The low battery indicator alerts you as to when you need to either change or recharge your batteries. Also, the included CL-S10w data management software allows users to transfer data to Excel with ease. Conversely, the instrument can be linked directly to a PC and controlled using a computer. In order to quantify color variations, Japanese Industrial Standard (JIS) calculation ranking functions are included with the software.
If you need to install the instrument in an inspection system, or use it in not-so-easily accessible darkrooms, the receptor head can detach from the main body. It is then possible to collect data by connecting the receptor head to the body by utilizing a LAN cable. Up to 30 receptor heads can work to collect multi-point measurements. A user-friendly calibration function makes it easy to compare measured and sample measurements.
Some particularly suitable applications for the CL-200A include but are not limited to, evaluating light distribution of LED illumination modules or fixtures, lighting production and adjustment, LED billboard development and maintenance, color-viewing cabinet maintenance, measuring projector light sources, and utilizing the instrument as a photographic color meter.
Chroma Meter CL-200 of Konica Minolta
Handheld and lightweight instrument for color, illuminance and color temperature measurements.
Practically anything that illuminates can be measured with Konica Minolta's incident color meters. The possible uses range from research and development to production.
The CL-200 is a lux meter with a color function for workplace and street illumination, the production of lamps, or the measurement of very large surfaces and projectors (ANSI lumens) by taking advantage of the serial connection of several receptor heads.
The CL-200 is a replacement for two instruments - the CL-100 and XY-1- and includes many new features. Immediate measurement is possible from turning on the unit by quick automatic zero adjustment so it is always ready to move at the speed of light. Sometimes it is necessary to measure remotely for matters of safety or convenience so the CL-200 receptor can be separated and connected up to 100m away from the measuring body by LAN cable. An RS-232 interface is built in to allow connection to PC and connection to thermal printer is also optional should a printout of measured data be required for validation.
|Model||Incident Color Meter CL-200|
|Relative spectral response||
Closely matches CIE standard observer curves x–(?), y–(?), and z–(?)
Within 8% (f1') of the CIE spectral luminous efficiency V(?)
|Measurement functions||Tristimulus values:||XYZ|
|Chromaticity coordinates:||Ev xy, Ev u'v'|
|Correlated color temperature:||Ev, Tcp, ?uv|
?(XYZ), ?(Ev xy), ?(Ev u'v'), ?Ev?u'v'
(One target color)
|Other functions||User calibration function, Data hold function, Multi-point measurement (2 to 30 receptors)|
|Measuring range||0.1 to 99,990 lx, 0.01 to 9,999 fcd (Chromaticity: 5 lx, 0.5 fcd or above) in four automatically selected ranges|
Ev: ±2%, ±1 digit of displayed value (based on Konica Minolta standard)
xy: ±0.002 (800 lx, Standard Illuminant A measured)
|Repeatability||Ev: 0.5% ±1 digit (2?) xy: ±0.0005 (800 lx, Standard Illuminant A measured)|
|Temperature drift||Ev: ±3%, ±1 digit of displayed value xy: ±0.003|
|Humidity drift||Ev: ±3%, ±1 digit of displayed value xy: ±0.003|
|Response time||0.5 sec. (continuous measurement)|
|Display||4 Significant-digit LCD with back-light illumination|
|Operating temperature/humidity range||-10 to 40°C, relative humidity 85% or less (at 35°C) with no condensation|
|Storage temperature/humidity range||-20 to 55°C, relative humidity 85% or less (at 35°C) with no condensation|
|Power source||2 AA-size batteries / AC adapter (optional)|
|Battery life||72 hours or longer (when alkaline batteries are used in continuous measurement|
|Dimensions||69 × 174 × 35mm (2-3/4 × 6-7/8 × 1-3/8 in.)|
|Weight||215g (7.6 oz) not including batteries|
|Standard accessories||Soft case, lens cap, neck strap, batteries|
|Optional accessories||Additional receptors, Adapter Unit for Main Body T-A20; Adapter Unit for Receptor Head T-A21; AC Adapter AC-A10 (AC-A10N in North America); Data Management Software CL-S1w; Printer Cable T-A12; Connecting Cable T-A11 (for PC); Hood CL-A11; Hard Case CL-A10|
C7000 LUX METER
Lighting solutions and applications have never been in greater demand and expansion as they are today. With the overwhelming popularity of these new light sources such as advanced LED and Organic Electroluminescence, the need to understand, manage and control these sophisticated illumination systems is essential. Manufacturing quality and process along with varying color and illumination qualities can often result in consistency issues. To address these lighting challenges, Sekonic Corporation, a leader for over six decades providing advanced precision lighting control for the Photo / Video / Cine industry has offered an ergonomic, intuitive Spectrometer, the SPECTROMASTER C-7000.
The new SPECTROMASTER C-7000 is a portable handheld spectrometer, designed especially for industrial use. Utilizing Sekonic’s CMOS linear image sensor design and software, the
C-7000 can measure every light source (LED, HMI, fluorescent, natural light and electronic flash spectrum) with remarkable precision and data feedback.
Measures LED, HMI, Fluorescent, Tungsten, Natural Light and Flash in 1 nanome- ter (nm) output wavelength increments from 380 to 780 nm. It conforms to re- quirement of “Illuminance meter class” for JIS C 1609-1: 2006 “Illuminance meters Part 1: General measuring instruments” Class A, and DIN 5032 Part 7 Class C.
With the C-7000 Utility software, output of memorized data is provided at every 1nm (nanometer) increments in CSV format. The C-7000 can be utilized to measure data for light manufactures quality control, medical facilities, educational / office safety and health standards, agricultural lighting / design and many more industrial uses.
Wide measurement range of Color Temperature (1,563 to 100,000K) and illumination (1 to 200,000lx = 0.1 to 18,600fc in ambient light, 20 to 20,500lx • s = 1.86 to 1,900fc • s in flash light)
270º swivel head, dark calibration without cap, large 4.3” color touch panel LCD and Customize function, convenient AA batteries for power source.
Various Display Items
* Correlated color temperature (Tcp),
* CIE1931(CIE1964) Chromaticity Coordinates
* CIE1976 Chromaticity Coordinates
* Lux(lx) or Foot-Candle(fc) – ambient light
* Lux sec. (Hlx) or Foot-Candle sec. (Hfc)–flash light
* Tristimulus Value (X ,Y ,Z)
* Deviation ( Delta uv)
* CRI (Ra / R1 to R15)
* Peak Wavelength (λp)
* Dominant Wavelength (λd)
* Purity (Pe)
* PPFD: Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density (μmolm-2s-1)
Display Items Library
|Illuminance Meter Class||
* Class A of JIS C 1609-1: 2006 “Illuminance meters Part 1: General measuring instruments”
* DIN 5032 Part 7 Class C
|Sensor||CMOS linear image sensor|
|Spectral Wavelength Range||380nm to 780nm|
|Output Wavelength Pitch||1nm (Requires the C-7000 Utility to output memorized data)|
|Spectral Bandwidth||Approx. 11 nm (half bandwidth)|
|Measuring Range||Ambient light: 1 to 200,000lx (= 0.1 to 18,600fc), 1,563 to 100,000K (more than 5lx required)|
|Flash light: 20 to 20,500lx • s (= 1.86 to 1,900fc • s), 1,563 to 100,000K|
|Accuracy (Standard Illuminant A)||Illuminance: ±5% + 1digit (1 to 3,000lx)|
|x,y: 0.003 (Standard Illuminant A, 800lx)|
|Repeatability (Standard Illuminant A)||Illuminance: 1%+1 digit (30 to 200,000lx), 5%+1 digit (1 to 29.9lx)|
|x,y: 0.001 (500 to 200,000lx)|
|x,y: 0.002 (100 to 499lx)|
|x,y: 0.004 (30 to 99.9lx)|
|x,y: 0.008 (5 to 29.9lx)|
|Visible-region Relative Spectral Response Characteristics (f1’)||9% or less|
|Cosine Response (f2)||6% or less|
|Temperatutre Characteristic||Illuminance: ±5% of indicated value|
|x,y: ±0.006 (Standard Illuminant A, 1000lx)|
|Humidity Characteristic||Illuminance: ±3% of indicated value|
|x,y: ±0.006 (Standard Illuminant A, 1000lx)|
|Power Source||AA (1.5V) x 2 pcs, USB bus power|
|Measurement Time||Ambient: Auto - Max.: 15 sec., Min.: 0.5 sec.|
|Ambient : Manual - 0.1s, 1sec.|
|Flash: 1 to 1/500 sec. (in 1 step)|
|Measuring Modes||Text mode, Spectrum mode, Spectrum Comparison mode, CRI mode, CIE1931 (CIE1964) mode, CIE1931 (CIE1964) Comparison mode, CIE1976 mode, CIE1976 Comparison mode|
|Other Functions||Up to 999 memory, Preset function, Auto power off, Auto Dimmer, 2 or 10 deg. Filed of View Setting|
|Display languages||English, Japanese, Chinese (Simplified) - factory preset, user cannot change.|
|Operating Temperature||-10 to 40 ºC|
|Storage Temperature||-10 to 60 ºC|
73mm (w) × 183mm (h) × 27mm (d) = 2.9” (w) x 7.2” (h) x 1.1” (d)
(excluding protruding part of light receiving) max. thickness 40mm (d) = 1.6” (d)
|Weight||230g without batteries|