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  • Spectrometer and Colorimeter in One

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Admesy Cronus SpectrocolorimeterThe Cronus is world’s first spectrocolorimeter combining a VIS spectrometer with a MSE/Brontes like colorimeter. This allows the user to choose between the high speed colour and light measurements of the colorimeter and the detailed spectrum information of the spectrometer.

The Cronus is well suited for lighting and display applications where this combination of speed and accuracy is needed. The Cronus is available in a lens and a fiber version. Just as other Admesy products it is developed with industrial use in mind combining measurement excellence with ease of use, minimal calibration needs, high speed with a compact and robust design. The Cronus offers high end laboratory results with a workforce attitude.

Cronus Highlights

   •  Combination of spectrometer and colorimeter
   •  LED, lighting and display measurement device
   •  Measures xy, CRI, lumen, spectrum, flicker……
   •  Up to 50.000 luminance samples per second
   •  Spectral range 380-780nm, ideal for colour measurements
   •  Numerous optical configurations (spheres, lenses, cosinecorrector…..)
   •  Auto-range function
   •  Mechanical shutter
   •  Excellent linearity
   •  Dark current compensated
   •  USBTMC compliant, SCPI command set, high speed device


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A kind of spectrograph in which some form of detector, other than a photographic film, is used to measure the distribution of radiation in a particular wavelength region.  
1. A visual instrument in which the amounts of three primary lights that match a test color when additively mixed are determined and provide a measure (the tristimulus values) of the test color. 2. A visual or photoelectric instrument for measuring color using (usually) three filters with broad spectral bands. 3. In chemistry, a color comparator used to determine the concentration of absorbing species by Beer's law.  
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