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UltraScan VIS reflectance & transmittance spectrophotometer

The UltraScan VIS color measurement spectrophotometer measures opaque, transparent, and translucent solids and liquids in the complete CIE recommended spectral range of 360 – 780 nm. It can be used in production and in the laboratory for inspecting raw materials, evaluating finished product or developing methods for colour analysis.

The UltraScan VIS easily measures both reflected and transmitted colour as well as transmission haze and meets CIE, ASTM and USP guidelines for accurate colour measurement. UltraScan VIS uses diffuse/8° geometry with automated specular component inclusion/exclusion. For transmission measurement, the use of a robust CIE-conforming sphere instrument (TTRAN Total Transmission mode) effectively negates the effects of minor scattering typically found in transparent samples.

Because of its exceptional inter-instrument agreement and long-term stability, you can be confident that differences between measurements are due to product colour changes, not instrument variability. Materials on the borderline of accepted tolerances will not be unnecessarily rejected.

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Features of the UltraScan VIS


Measures reflectance, transmittance and haze

Wavelength range

Wavelength range 360 nm - 780 nm

Optical Resolution

10 nm optical resolution and reporting interval

Measurement Size

Two reflectance measurement areas

Inter Instrument Agreement

Exceptional inter-instrument agreement

UV Calibration

Automated UV calibration and control

Transmission Measurement

Large transmission compartment open on three sides

Software is Included

Includes EasyMatch QC software

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