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Non-destructive Color Analysis

Posted June 13, 2011 11:16 AM

A newly designed spectrophotometer, the 308 PV™ from CRAIC Technologies, can analyze the color of many types of microscopic samples. The instrument uses Lightblades technology, a feature that allows the measurement of color by both transmission and incident illumination. You can also evaluate colors derived from fluorescence and other types of emissions. Applications include colorimetry of pixels on flat panel displays and thin film measurements of optics and semiconductors.

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Re: Non-destructive Color Analysis

06/13/2011 8:33 PM

Ummmm -- All of the spectral analysis devices I've ever seen (and I've seen and used dozens of different systems in over 20+ years as an optics engineer) have been non-destructive. So, that's not a real discriminator for anyone looking to purchase.

Just sayin'.

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