CS-800 Tabletop Spectrophotometer
CS-800 is a highly performance spectrophotometer with top-port test caliber. The instrument adopts the geometric conditions of D/8 lighting and observation of CIE recommendations, integration of the full band LED composite light source, double beam optical system, ETC every-time calibration technology, spectral reflectance standard deviation within 0.08, maximum of colorimetric values ΔE*ab is 0.03, to provide all the necessary color formula. It could be widely used for coating, printing, textile, meet plastic, food, medicine, automobile field to meet customers’ measurement requirement.
- Solid samples (steel, cloth) can be placed directly on the measurement port, particles (tablets, master batch), powder (pigment, coffee), paste objects (tomato sauce) can be placed in a petri dish, and then placed in the measurement port.
- The device adopts internationally agreed observe condition D/8 (Diffused illumination, 8 degrees observer) and SCI(specular component included)/SCE(specular component excluded).
- Our spectrophotometer comes with PC color QC software, which is applicable in various industries for management of color data. It is used for store test result,generate test report and print test report after connect with printer.
||d/8(Diffused illumination, 8°viewing) (conform to CIE No.15, ISO 7724/1, ASTM E1164, DIN 5033 Teil7, JIS Z8722 Condition c standards)
|Size of integrating sphere
||Φ40mm,Alvan diffused reflection surface coating
|Illumination Light source
||CLEDs(entire wavelength balanced LED light source)
||dual optical path sensor array
|Half spectral width
|Measurement Light Source
Spectrophotometer can easily achieve color transferring , and be used as a precision instrument for color matching system. It's widely used in plastics, electronics, painting, ink, textile and garment, printing and dyeing, printing paper, automotive, medical, cosmetics and food industries, scientific research institutes, schools and laboratories.
Q1: What are the uses for a spectrophotometer?
A: Spectrophotometry deals with visible light, near-ultraviolet, and near-infrared light.Spectrophotometry includes the use of a spectrophotometer. A spectrophotometer is a specialized photometer that can measure intensity as a function of the light source wavelength .
Q2: What are spectrophotometers used for in the lab?
A: A spectrophotometer is commonly used for the measurement of transmittance or reflectance of solutions, transparent or opaque solids, such as polished glass, or gases.