Light Trends and Technology December/January Newsletter

Join Konica Minolta Sensing Americas for our free Light & Display Seminar scheduled for Monday, February 3rd 9:00am to 12:30pm (PST) at the Hyatt Centric in Mountain View, California.

This educational seminar will focus on the essentials of light and display measurement and will host our guest speaker, Jonathan Phillips, author of "Camera Image Quality Benchmarking" with a discussion on the latest imaging technology in smart devices.

In addition, this light and display measurement seminar will cover the essentials of light theory, core display measurement technology and best practices for display measurement technologies.

We will have demonstrations of our light and display measurement instruments, and application-based information onsite for review.

This seminar is free; however, space is limited. Please reserve a seat through our online registration.

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Upcoming shows and events:

Photonics West 2020

The Moscone Center
San Francisco, CA
Booth #4779

Visit Konica Minolta Sensing at the Japan pavilion at Photonics West February 4th-6th in San Francisco and meet with our sales engineers and sales team of both our lighting and color and appearance product lines at Booth #4779 and our subsidiary Instrument Systems GmbH at Booth #4545. Click here to learn more about this event.

Join us as we provide an Onsite demo:
on February, 5th at 1:00 pm in Demo Hall EF highlighting our latest development to . small spot probes. The first time this is being made available in the industry!

This new progressive instrument for AR/VR microdisplays and curved OLED displays for Lvxy/u’v’, VESA/JEITA flicker uses the New CA-410 probes to measure 2.1mm, 4mm and viewing angle characteristics.

Unable to attend and wish to learn more about this development? Read more of our probes on our CA-410 Display Color Analyzer page and see attached Probe Brochure.

Expo Display Dates:
February 4th        10:00am - 5:00pm
February 5th        10:00am - 5:00pm
February 6th        10:00am - 4:00pm


The Moscone Center
747 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103


Strategies in Light 2020

San Diego Convention Center
San Diego, CA
Booth #716

Instrument Systems GmbH, a division of Konica Minolta Sensing will be exhibiting at Strategies in Light 2020 at Booth #716 and displaying its latest measurement solutions for the lighting industry. 

Stop by and preview Instrument Systems' launch of their latest high-speed spectroradiometer, the CAS 125 along with its upcoming addition to UV calibration LED standards in the ACS series. , Also on display will be their innovative 3-in-1 LumiTop system illustrating its 2D highest color accuracy capability in a µLED array application, All are perfectly suited for use in display production lines and quality control.

Click here to learn more about this event. If you are unable to attend and you would like to learn more about other trade shows or upcoming events with Konica Minolta Sensing, please visit our website

Expo Display Dates: 
February 11th:    5:00pm - 7:00pm
February 12th:    9:45am - 7:00pm
February 13th:    9:00am - 2:00pm

San Diego Convention Center
111 West Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92101

Featured Products:

2mm, 4mm and 10mm probes

The first of its kind in the display industry. Konica Minolta Sensing Americas introduces its small spot probes (ø4mm and ø2mm), ideal in the evaluation of micro and small displays, along with its long-working distance probe (ø10mm). Live demo at Photonics West!

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LS-150/160 Luminance Meter

Developed to meet the needs of customers looking to measure LED brightness, the redesign of the new sensors included in the LS-150/LS-160 gives increased measurement accuracy, significantly reducing instrument and human error. Keep eyes open for a promotion coming soon!

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