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Konica Minolta Sensing Americas Inc.


Konica Minolta Sensing Now Offers LumiCam 1300 Advanced

Imaging photometer and colorimeter ideal for measuring narrow band LEDs

Published: Wednesday, July 1, 2015 - 09:54

(Konica Minolta: Ramsey, NJ) -- Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, provider of advanced optical technology that precisely measures the elements of color and light, has extended its product offerings in North America, with the addition of Instrument Systems LumiCam 1300 Advanced imaging photometer and colorimeter.

This imaging photometer and colorimeter has been designed for the highest accuracy when analyzing the characteristics of displays, electronic panel graphics, and control panels used in a variety of industries, including automotive and aerospace. Increased accuracy is attributed to the unique camera concept of the LumiCam 1300 Advanced, which now uses an additional two filters, featuring a total of six optical filters.

The LumiCam 1300 Advanced offers high precision for measuring color coordinates, especially for LED color measurements, making it an ideal alternative to spectroradiometric instruments with significantly shorter measurement times.

“With the improved color accuracy, combined with the powerful Lumicam software, the new LumiCam Advanced is ideally suited for customers who need to have the utmost confidence in their measurements, especially when analyzing the narrow-band LEDs in today’s displays and controls,” says Mark Lyon, Konica Minolta Sensing regional sales manager for radiometric products.

The addition of the LumiCam 1300 Advanced to Konica Minolta Sensing’s product portfolio will further expand its diverse range of measurement instruments and provide a more complete solution for customers. For additional information visit sensing.konicaminolta.us or request a quote.


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Konica Minolta Sensing Americas Inc. (KMSA), a wholly owned subsidiary of Konica Minolta Holdings USA Inc., is the global leader in the industrial measurement of color, light, and shape. The company developed and introduced the first portable spectrophotometers and colorimeters, adding new dimensions of convenience and functionality. Its innovative products dramatically changed the way color, light, and shape dimension is measured. Products include colorimeters and spectrophotometers for color measurement, spectroradiometers and lux meters for light measurement, and 3-D noncontact digitizers for shape measurement. Thousands of companies’ (including food, plastics, paints/coatings, automotive, aerospace, and cosmetics) product quality is entrusted to Konica Minolta instruments.