Color measurement sans computer

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February 24, 2010

The latest spectrophotometer from Konica Minolta Sensing Americas Inc. (Ramsey, NJ) enables basic color control of granules and samples without the need for a personal computer. The CM-5 can display everything, including numeric data, spectral graphs, and colorimetric plots. The unit integrates a sliding body panel to expose a large transmittance chamber capable of measuring plates up to 60 mm thick. The sliding body panel design, with no sides, allows for the measurement of an object with no length limitation. The CM-5 features yet another industry first for Konica Minolta, who developed a cutting-edge on-screen wizard that instructs the user step by step how to take a measurement, making it useful for non-experts. [email protected]

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