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Konica Minolta Sensing Americas has added Instrument Systems’ LumiCam 1300 imaging photometer and colorimeter to its light- and display-measurement portfolio.

The camera also is designed to take measurements of LED indicator lamps and multifunction information displays. Its high-resolution CCD image sensor allows complex luminance distributions to be measured within seconds.

Features include simultaneous capture of a large number of measurements in a single image; image-processing functions integrated in the software, enabling automated methods of analysis (calculation of homogeneity or contrast); short measurement cycles; and simple setup of intuitive pass/fail criteria for use in production. Applications include the automotive, aerospace and general lighting industries.

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Photonics Spectra
Mar 2014

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