Colorimetry Research CR-250RH Spectrophotometer
The Colorimetry Research CR-250RH is a compact, high-resolution spectrophotometer with a 5nm bandwidth and 1.6nm/pixel optical resolution. This specification is normally only found on spectrometers that cost from many £10,000's.
The Colorimetry Research CR-250RH is a compact, high-resolution spectrophotometer with a 4nm bandwidth and 1.6nm/pixel optical resolution. This specification is normally only found on spectrometers that cost many £10,000's.
Uniquely, the CR-250RH has a large 20+mm spot size, with small divergence angle, making it ideal for contact and non-contact measurement of all displays and projectors.
The CR-250RH designed for all display types, and can measure all projection as well as all luminous display technologies, and excels in low light, high accuracy for measurement of colour displays including DLP, D-ILA, SXRD, plasma, liquid crystal displays (LCDs), and organic light emitting diodes (OLED) displays, in contact and non-contact modes.
The CR-250RH is of very rugged construction, made of machined aluminium and stainless steel, with all optical components fixed to ensure that no optical misalignment can occur, and weighs only 1 pound (0.45kg).
All CR-250RH probes are calibrated using NIST traceable calibration standards at a colour temperature of 2856 Kelvins, using a laboratory grade scanning double monochromator and high accuracy filters of known transmittance and chromaticity. Essentially, no other spectroradiometers are used during manufacturing and Q.A. because none of them are as accurate as a laboratory grade scanning double monochromator.
£5,553.00 ex. VAT
LightSpace CMS Compatibility
The CR-250RH is one of the recommended probes for use with LightSpace CMS as it provides a high level of accuracy, enabling pre-calibration of Tristimulus probes for very accurate final profiling.
Spectroradiometers can be used for direct profiling, but relatively slow speed (and often poor low-light capability with lower quality Spectro's) can mean they are not ideal for profiling with large patch sets, as used when performing highly accurate calibration, as with LightSpace CMS.