FD-7 Spectrodensitometer

Konica Minolta

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  • FD-7 Spectrodensitometer
  • FD-7 Spectrodensitometer

The FD-7 is a next-generation measurement device that offers a higer level of precision than entry level devices

Konica Minolta's original VFS (Virtual Fluorescence Standard) technology enables L*a*b* measurements corresponding to ISO 13655 Measurement Condition M1 (CIE Illuminant D50)

In addition, color measurements corresponding to ISO 13655 Measurement Conditions M0 (CIE Illuminant A) and M2 (illumination with UV-cut filter) can also be taken

The FD-7 can even measure the evaluation light source and then calculate data under that source

The onboard LCD display allows for direct readout and color difference calculations including Pass/Fail judgement

Notable Features

  • Konica Minolta's original VFS (Virtual Fluorescence Standard) technology enables L*a*b* measurements corresponding to ISO 13655 Measurement Condition M1 (CIE Illuminant D50)
  • Color measurements corresponding to ISO 13655 Measurement Conditions M0 (CIE Illuminant A) and M2 (illumination with UV-cut filter) can also be taken
  • Spectral reflectance: 360 nm to 740 nm / Spectral irradiance: 360 to 730 nm
  • Ø3.5 mm Measurement aperture
  • Precise measurement repeatability: Density-σ0.01D Colorimetric-within σΔE00 0.05
  • Inter-instrument agreement: Within ΔE00 0.3
  • Display of colorimetric values, color-difference values, density values, density-difference values, dot area ratio, dot gain, PASS/FAIL judgment, illuminance, correlated color temperature
  • Supported by BasICColor Catch
  • The FD-7 spectrodensitometer offers the advanced user additional measurement flexibility and precision in a handheld device
  • As color management has matured to standards-based process control, the quality and especially the repeatability of your measurement device is more important than ever
  • The LCD screen guides operation and allows for direct standalone spot measurements and measurements of density, dot area ratio, dot gain, color, and illumination
  • Since both spectral reflectance data (380 to 730 nm) under various light sources and spectral irradiance data (360 to 730 nm) of environmental lighting can be measured and output to a computer, the FD-7 ideal for research and development applications