CA-410 for Display Calibration
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Display Color Analyzer Broad measurement support for today's ever-evolving displays CA-310 successor with major improvements hold Giving Shape to Ideas kqnica Minolta f » 1. The Standard in Measuring Color&Light

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With more and more displays becoming HDR (High Dynamic Range), the pressure is mounting for color analyzers to improve their measurement performance at both high and low brightnesses. By using new sensors and circuitry, the CA-410 realizes an accuracy-guaranteed brightness range 25x wider than its predecessor (compared to the CA-310 when using Normal Probe CA-P427). This gives users the means to accurately measure and adjust the chromaticity and gamma characteristics of HDR displays across a wide brightness range from ultra-low to high. Earlier model display: 0.01 to 500 cd/m2 CA-310 (Using...

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measurement support Optimized specifications for integration as a sensor Since the launch of the first model, Konica Minolta's CA series display color analyzers have been incorporated by many customers into automatic measurement systems as color sensors due to their high accuracy. The CA-410 is optimized for even better integration as a sensor with a motorized zero-point calibration shutter for automatic unmanned support and direct connection between probes and a computer for a more compact installation. At the same time, it maintains compatibility with its predecessor model by including...

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Lineup of probes for diverse measurement needs ③ CA-P410 ④ CA-P427 Normal Probes  CA-VP410 (Measurement area: ø10 mm)  CA-VP427 (Measurement area: ø27 mm) • This model is suited for measuring high-end OLED displays across a wide brightness range from ultra-low to high at high speed. Use for: Measuring, inspecting and adjusting chromaticity and gamma characteristics of OLED displays for TVs and smartphones across a wide brightness range from ultra-low to high  CA-P410 (Measurement area: ø10 mm)  CA-P427 (Measurement area: ø27 mm) • This model is suited for measuring a wide range of...

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Easy-to-operate CA-DP40 data processor Data processor dimensions M4 threaded installation holes on back side (x 4) Data processor Because of the fast pace at which products and technologies evolve, speed is of the essence when it comes to R & D activities in the display industry. That is why the CA-DP40 data processor takes the "easy-to-operate" feature of the CA-310 to new heights. With automatic zero-point calibration that allows measurement to start immediately after the power is turned ON, an easy-to-view 7-inch color display multilingual support and a lithium ion battery (sold...

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Regarding specifications of CA-P410H and CA-P427H Probes for high luminance, please contact the nearest Konica Minolta's sales representative. •Measured with Konica Minolta's specified PC and probe connected directly, using the supplied measurement software. *1: Measured under Konica Minolta's standard light source (6,500K). *2: Luminance for monochrome is measured when reading of luminance for white is 100 cd/m2. *3: Temperature 23°C/±2°C, relative humidity 40%±10% *4: In NTSC synchronization mode using USB with one probe *5: Reading variation within range (compared to reference reading at...

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Display range <System requirements>

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Data Processor standard accessory Probe standard accessory Optional accessory [Data Processor] ca-DP40 •Windows® is a trademark or registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries. •macOS® Sierra is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. in the USA and other countries. •Intel® Core is a trademark or registered trademark of Intel Corporation in the USA and other countries. •Other company names and product names used herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. • Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and is...

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