Why More than 70% of all the World's Light Meters are Made by Konica Minolta

Why More than 70% of all the World's Light Meters are Made by Konica Minolta

Konica Minolta stays ahead of the competition in the color measuring and light measuring products industries because of an absolute commitment to engineering the highest quality, most accurate measuring instruments on the market. We help engineers and technicians in a broad range of disciplines do their jobs better and faster.

Of the industrial light meters in use around the world, more than 70 percent have the Konica Minolta name on them. They are used to measure, match, reproduce, replicate, communicate, capture texture, color and shape of 3D images and monitor oxygen saturation in humans.

When television and computer screens need to have white balance adjusted, nearly every major TV and computer manufacturer uses our color analyzers. These instruments are known world wide as the most dependable and precise for measuring and setting screen pictures.

The food industry uses Konica Minolta colorimeters to monitor and control the color of a variety of different types of food from tomato juice and coffee to cereal and peanut butter. The instruments allow manufacturers to produce like products with exact colors every time.

We developed the Pulsox-300 Series Pulse Oximeter to give workers in the medical field a way to measure the oxygen saturation in blood without having to take a blood sample

Our light meters give technicians a broad range of perfectly accurate light measurement results and are available in many styles and sizes. They re the tool of choice for many functions. For example, engineers in laboratories use them to measure LED and CRT illumination. The devices also measure substances that are chemically reactive.

Konica Minolta light meters are used in government testing, photography, cinematography and in a wide range of quality control practices.

Within the industry, not many people know much about light measurement. It's still a relatively knew technology. As the clear industry leader in light measurement technology, Konica Minolta continues to advance the field toward more and better instruments that provide high levels of precision and ease of use.

We ve designed our products to fit a variety of measurement tasks. Many of our instruments are portable, hand held models that run on a 9-volt or AA battery. But regardless of the size, every light measurement instrument we build is built through adherence to the strictest standards for accuracy and quality. These and other a relatively knew technology. As the clear industry leader in light measurement technology, Konica Minolta continues to advance the field toward more and better instruments that provide high levels of precision and ease of use.

We ve designed our products to fit a variety of measurement tasks. Many of our instruments are portable, hand held models that run on a 9-volt or AA battery. But regardless of the size, every light measurement instrument we build is built through adherence to the strictest standards for accuracy and quality. These and other reasons explain why more than 70 percent of the light meters being used around the world came from us.

Our commitment from the beginning has been to create cutting edge measurement and scanning devices that will help technicians across a wide range of industries and disciplines do their jobs better and faster. Industries and places where you'll find Konica Minolta products in use include:

  • Universities
  • Research and development laboratories
  • Food manufacturing
  • Plastics
  • Paint and coatings
  • Transportation
  • Textiles
  • Medical
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Agricultural
  • Architecture
  • Archaeology
  • Animation
  • and many others.

If you'd like to know more about Konica Minolta's light measurement instruments or if you have questions about any of our products, please call (888) 473-2656, or you can contact us through our website.

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