4mm handheld caliber colorimeter has a beautiful, smooth shape and comfortable grip, in line with the structure of the human body mechanics design, fit the palm for continuous testing work, so you can use it quickly and easily.
Dual positioning measurement
- 4mm measuring aperture.
- Dual positioning of light and cross, suitable for multiple applications.
Switch and button
- I stand for on, O stands for off, and the interface can be operated by direct charging with a power adapter.
- Ergonomic design with a soft rubber button on the back of the machine.
The colorimeter can easily achieve accurate color transmission and can also be used as precision color testing equipment. It is widely used in plastic, electronics, paint, ink, textile and garment, printing and dyeing, printing paper, automotive, medical, cosmetic and food industries, research institutes, schools and laboratories.
|Errors Between Each Equipment
||≤0.03 E*ab Measure white standard version 30 times average
||Silicon photoelectric diode
||Illuminating Locating/Cross Locating
|Measurement End Face
||Large stable end-face and small concave-convex end-face
|Color Difference Formula
|Light Source Device
||LED blue light excitation
||Rechargeable lithium-ion battery 3.7V@3200mAh
||5 years, more than 1.6 million measurements
||8 hours--100% electricity
||0~40℃, 0~85%RH (no condensing), Altitude<2000m
Note: The user can perform black-and-white calibration through the standard black-and-white box of the instrument and refer to the user manual to complete the calibration independently.
- 1 x Colorimeter
- 1 x Flat bottom measurement
- 1 x Tip mouth measurement caliber
- 1 x Whiteboard calibration board
- 1 x Caliber protection cover
- 1 x Wristband17charger
- 1 x Data line
- 1 x Instruction manual
- 1 x Software disc
- 1 x Warranty Card
- 1 x Carrying case
- 1 x Micro printer
- 1 x Powder test box
A1: How does a color meter work?
Q1: Color meters rely on the concept of the Beer-Lambert law, which assumes that the absorbance of a substance is proportional to its concentration. For example, the higher the concentration of a solution, the higher the absorbance reading. Many chemical and biological experiments are based on this concept. To obtain a Beer's law curve, several standards (solutions of known concentration) are prepared and their absorbance values are determined using a colorimeter.
A2: What is colorimetry?
Q2: A colorimeter is a device that measures light absorbance (how much light is absorbed) and light transmission (how much light passes through) in a liquid by analyzing the intensity of the color.
A3: What are the limitations of a color meter?
Q3: One limitation of chemical color meters is that differences in certain substances may lead to inaccurate test results. According to Global Water Instrumentation, because these differences are different for each substance, a chemical colorimeter alone is not a completely foolproof testing device.
Tips: What does the LAB in a colorimeter mean?
L, A, and B on a colorimeter are chromaticity values representing the color of an object, i.e. the color space coordinates of a color. Any color has a unique coordinate value, where L stands for luminance (black and white), and A stands for red and green. B stands for yellow and blue. Using a colorimeter, the three groups of data L, a, and b, and the colorimetric △E, △L, △a, and △b color difference data are generally output. △E total color difference, △L+ means bright, △L- means dark, △a+ means reddish, △a- means greenish, △b+ means yellowish and △b- means blueish.
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