RAMSEY, N.J. July 20, 2011
These new spectrodensitometers are available in 2 models: the FD-5 and FD-7. Both are lightweight, handheld models that can measure density and color while taking into account the fluorescence of the paper substrate. Both models provide repeatable data and also have excellent inter-instrument agreement when communicating color within plants, between printing locations, or with brand management companies.
The SDK is available for the FD-5 & FD-7 and allows 3rd party software developers and integrators the ability to interface their software with the FD device. Developers can now incorporate measurements that directly correspond to the latest ISO 13655.2 guidelines. The advantage is that measurements can be taken under multiple illuminants such as M0, M1, M2 and user-defined can all be achieved within one single device.
About Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.
Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. (KMSA), a wholly owned subsidiary of Konica Minolta Holdings USA, Inc., is recognized as the international leader of industrial color, light and shape measurement. The company is responsible for product lines that continuously revolutionize how visual perception is measured by the world.
An industry pioneer, as well as innovator, Konica Minolta Sensing developed and introduced the first portable color measurement units to the world. Presently, their catalog contains instruments such as portable colorimeters as well as portable and benchtop spectrophotometers for color measurement, spectroradiometers and lux meters for light/display measurement and 3D non-contact scanners for shape measurement.
Thousands of companies across the globe choose to depend on Konica Minolta Sensing equipment when color, light or 3D measurement is vital to the manufacturing process. Konica Minolta Sensing’s products can be found in a wide array of industries including food, plastics, paints, coatings, automotive, aerospace and cosmetics.
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When it comes to color, light and shape measurement – the world looks to Konica Minolta.
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