|Spectral display range||400 – 700nm (on instrument display)|
|Spectral measurement Range||380 – 1100nm (data available through SensegoodSmart utility)|
|Spectral resolution||1 nm throughout the spectra|
|Average inter-measurement agreement||0.26 ∆E* CIELab|
|Average inter-instrument agreement||0.98 ∆E* CIELab|
|Principle||Visible spectral reflectance measurement, contact as well as non-contact type|
|Illumination source||Complementary compensating full spectrum long life LEDs, 98+ CRI|
|Measurement duration||Without averaging: < 0.5 second (motor off).
With averaging: 13 seconds.
Auto measurement mode: Instrument auto wakes up for measurement at user selectable repeat interval: 30/60/120 seconds.
|Rotating platform specifications||Speed: 15RPM
Suggested maximum uniform sample load: not exceeding 1 Kg
|Display||69mm color touch TFT|
|Computer interface and software||Computer interface utility – SensegoodSmart enables real time color monitoring and global supply chain color management.
Interface: Wired communication using USB interface.
|Power supply||100–240 VAC universal power supply using 5V adapter
Direct from 5V power bank
Direct from computer’s USB port
|Power consumption||Low power consumption: 0.8 Watts average.
8hrs a day, 6days a week – 48+hr of operation using 10Ah power bank.
(Considering continuous auto measurement mode)
|Niche electronics||Over voltage protection, over current protection, smart fuse technology|
|Factory reset||Provision for software as well as hardware factory reset|
|EMI||Very good performance: Extremely suppressed Electro-Magnetic Interference (EMI)
Strongest frequency component is 80dB down
|Operating Humidity Range||0% to 85% (non-condensing)|
|Operating Temperature Range||10°C to 40°C|
|Storage Temperature Range||-20°C to 70°C|
|Material||ABS engineering plastic, polyamide technopolymer and steel|
|Sensor unit dimensions (cm)||8.5 x 8 x 6|
|Shipping dimensions (cm)||30 x 22 x 10|
|Shipping Weight||2 Kg (4.4 Pound)|
|Graphical representation of spectra for 400nm to 700nm with 1nm resolution|
|Single touch operation: Just press “GO” to start the measurement|
|Auto measurement mode for human independent operation. User selectable repeat intervals: 30/60/120 seconds|
|Averaging option in normal mode and also in auto measurement mode|
|Determine color difference between reference and sample, reference can be saved in the memory for future color comparison with the sample|
|Indication of whether the sample is Lighter/Duller, Redder/Greener, and Yellower/Bluer than the reference|
|Shows calculated Match%, ∆E*, ∆L*, ∆a*, ∆b*, and it has Settable Alarm Limit (color tolerance)|
|Displays Match% value in green (Pass indication) if it is greater than the set Alarm Limit
Displays Match% value in red (Fail indication) and plays audible alarm if it is less than the set Alarm Limit
|Real time indication of Match% and alarms in auto measurement mode for prompt corrective actions|
|Color indices: Whiteness index CIE, Whiteness index Hunter, Whiteness index Stensby, Yellowness index (YI), Baking contrast unit (BCU), Tomato color index (TCI), Ripening index a*/b* and b*/a*, Citrus color index (CCI), Citrus number (CN), Citrus red index (CR), SCAA Agtron number|
|User can select from the set of illuminants and observers to make a combination. Firmware will do computation and display measurement data accordingly.
Simulated illuminants: A, C, D65, D50, D55, D75. Simulated observers: 2o, 10o.
|Single screen compilation: All color computational data is kept at one place for ease of analysis: XYZ, Yxy, CIE L*a*b*, CIE L*C*ho, CIE L*u*v*, Hunter Lab, CCT – color temperature, peak wavelength. Furthermore, it also displays RGB (0-255), rgb (0-1), CMYK (0-100) and Hex color code.|
|Provision for future technology integration with third-party global color management software, online platforms and solutions|
|Customized instrument communication support for your existing color management software|
|Assists in determining the closest commercially available colors by measuring the color of any sample.|
Sensegood Spectrophotometer is standardized:
- Supports: Commission Internationale de l'éclairage (International Commission on Illumination) CIE1931, CIE1964 and CIE1976.
- Supports: Agtron number which is standardized by SCAA (Specialty Coffee Association of America).
- Supports: Citrus scores and other color indices standardized by USDA (US Department of Agriculture) and USFDA (US Food and Drug Administration).
- Follows guidelines: Instrumental Color Measurement by American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC).