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Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and Illuminance Testing

Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and Illuminance Testing

    • Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and  Illuminance Testing
    • Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and  Illuminance Testing
    • Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and  Illuminance Testing
    • Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and  Illuminance Testing
    • Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and  Illuminance Testing
  • Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and  Illuminance Testing

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    Place of Origin: Japan
    Brand Name: Konica Minolta
    Model Number: CL-200A

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    A compact, lightweight instrument with a detachable receptor. Includes convenient, easy-to-use software.

     

    Measurement accuracies of CL-200A and photographic color meter
    When measuring light sources with non-continuous spectrums such as LEDs, etc., accurate illumination color temperature is
    particularly required. The CL-200A can measure color temperature accurately.

     

    Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and  Illuminance Testing

    Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and  Illuminance Testing

    Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and  Illuminance Testing

    Konica Minolta Chroma Meter CL-200A For color Temperature and  Illuminance Testing

    CL-200A
    The CL-200A has sensors that closely match the color-matching functions defined by the CIE (International Commission on
    Illumination), enabling precise color measurement. The measurement results can be displayed in various color notations such
    as "Correlated color temperature and uv" according to the application.

     

    Photographic color meter
    In order to take more beautiful pictures, it is sometimes necessary to attach filters in front of the camera lens to compensate
    for the color of the light illuminating the subject. A photographic color meter is a meter used to select the appropriate filters,
    with the sensitivity of its sensors adjusted to match that of the film or digital camera sensor. In addition, because it uses
    photographic color temperature, which is calculated based mostly on the blue/red balance of the illumination, large errors
    may occur if it is used to measure light sources with non-continuous spectrums.
    [Actual measurement data for daylight-color LED bulb]

     

    Color temperature and correlated color temperature
    Color temperature
    When an ideal blackbody* is heated, it begins to emit light, and as the temperature increases the color of the emitted light
    changes from red to yellow to white. Since the color of the emitted light is determined by the temperature of the blackbody,
    the color of the light emitted by the blackbody can be expressed as the absolute temperature of the blackbody (in Kelvin).
    This color notation scale is called "color temperature". For example, a 7000K color would be the color of the light emitted by
    a blackbody heated to 7000K. Figure 1 shows the color of light emitted by a blackbody at various temperatures plotted on an
    xy chromaticity diagram. This curve is called the "blackbody locus"; "color temperature" expresses a color on this blackbody
    locus.

     

    Correlated color temperature
    Since the color of white light emitted by illumination equipment and displays is generally close to the blackbody locus, the
    color of such light sources is normally expressed using "color temperature".
    However, the color of such light sources is not directly on the blackbody locus. Because of this, a way to enable similar
    color expression for colors within a larger region close to the blackbody locus was devised. This is called "correlated color
    temperature", and the larger region is shown by the isotherms on the xy chromaticity diagram in Figure 2.
    To accurately express the correlated color temperature of a light-source color, it is necessary to state not only the correlated
    color temperature but the difference from the blackbody locus, normally in terms of uv.
     

     

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