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CS-150/160 Luminance Color Meters
The CS-150/160 (successor to the CS-100A) are highly accurate tristimulus colorimeter equipped with newly designed sensors with spectral responses that more closely match the CIE 1931 color-matching functions representing the sensitivity of the human eye to provide measurement results that better correlate with visual evaluation. The CS-150 and CS-160 are for the measurement of a wide range of luminance conditions and non-contact measurement of color.
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CL-500A Illuminance Color Meter
The CL-500A is a lightweight, compact illuminance spectrophotometer used for the evaluation of high-class, next-generation lamps such as LED and EL illumination. It is the first handheld illuminance spectrophotometer to conform to both DIN and JIS standards. The CL-500A can measure illuminance, color temperature, CRI (Color Rendering Index), chromaticity, and spectral power distribution. Plus, the S/P ratio of scotopic illuminance and photopic illuminance can also be displayed.
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LS-150/160 Luminance Meters
LS-150/160 Luminance Meters (successors to the LS-100/110) are highly accurate luminance meters that use a newly designed sensor with a spectral response that more closely matches the V(λ) spectral luminous efficiency function of the human eye to provide measurement results that correlate well with visual evaluation. The LS-150 and LS-160 are compact, ergonomic, and extremely portable running off AA batteries.
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Radiometric & Instrument Systems Sales Manager, Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.
Randy is a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology's Imaging and Photographic Technology B.S. program with minor in Mathematics. He has held positions with the Department of Energy's Laboratory for Laser Energetics, GretagMacbeth, and X-rite. Since he began his career at Konica Minolta in 2007, he has held various positions, including customer support manager, project manager, and regional sales manager. Within these positions, he specialized in light and color measurement instrumentation and software technologies applicable to a broad scope of industrial and scientific use and applied this expertise to solve problems faced by industry and research alike. Currently, he holds the position of Radiometric & Instrument Systems Sales Manager.