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Light Trends and Technology February Newsletter

As LEDs and other narrow band light sources become more and more popular in the lighting industry, accurate measurement becomes imperative. All aspects of light including color and spectral properties as well as intensity, need to be quantified. Konica Minolta measuring instruments for the lighting industry are designed to provide all the required metrics quickly, accurately and reliably.

Konica Minolta Sensing has a solution for all phases in the development cycle of a light source: from research and development, design, production, QA/QC, to installation and field verification.

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The Expansion of the Grow Light Market Industry

Plants are not the only things growing these days. The market for special horticulture lights, called “grow lights,” is expected to grow to $7.65 Billion by 2025!

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Upcoming shows and events:
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LEDucation 2020

NY Hilton Midtown Booth #5102

Come visit Konica Minolta Sensing at LEDucation 2020 in New York City, on the 2nd Floor of the American Hall- booth #5102.. We will be displaying our latest product developments available for measuring your lighting needs.

Sales and application engineers will also be available to discuss high-performance spectroradiometers including UV to IR products from Instrument Systems for testing LEDs, displays, and other types of light sources.

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: March 17th:       10:00am - 7:00pm March 18th:         9:00am - 3:00pm Location: The NY Hilton Midtown 1335 Avenue of Americas Midtown NYC, New York

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LIGHTFAIR 2020

Las Vegas Convention Center Booth #2075

See why Konica Minolta Sensing is the leader in lighting solutions. Visit us at booth #2075  and ask our sales and  application engineers how instrument calibration, device inter instrument agreement and quality components play an important role in choosing a quality light meter as shown in our T-10A/T-10MA. In addition to our array of spectrophotometers we will also be displaying our LS-150 luminance meter providing spectral response measurement results that correlate well with visual evaluations.

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: May 5th:    9:00am - 6:00pm May 6th:    9:00am - 6:00pm May 7th:    9:00am - 3:00pm

Location: Las Vegas Convention Center 3150 Paradise Road Las Vegas, Nevada

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CL-500A Illuminance Spectroradiometer

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  measures illuminance, color temperature, CRI  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 Meter Promotion

 

The LS-150 and LS-160 are highly accurate luminance meters that uses a sensor designed 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. For a limited time save 5%.

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