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a measuring instrument used in colorimetric analysis to determine the quantity of a substance from the color it yields with specific reagents

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With 8 different visible illuminations and 1 ultraviolet illumination, the RM200QC is able to more accurately define the location of a color in color space than traditional colorimeters that typically have only three illuminations of red, green and blue light.
Colorimeters can be utilized to find concentrations of substances, since the amount of light that is absorbed or transmitted depends on properties of the solution, including the concentration of target analytes in it.
Colorimeters have color filters that estimated the spectral function of the standards observer's eye and ate generally designed to measure color in X;Y;Z tristimulus terms or in CIE L*a*b* values.
Tri-Stimulus Colorimeters with laboratory grade, dual LCD/CRT measurement capability.
With its seven-filter color sensor, it more closely matches the human eye response than conventional colorimeters, resulting in a highly accurate calibration, according to Pantone.
Advantages of colorimeters are: (1) they are more than adequate for many applications, (2) they generally require less service compared to the more complex and expensive spectrophotometers.
Colorimeters can be calibrated against these sources with minimal errors, on the order of 0.
Many common measuring instruments contain RS-232 output, including gages, scales, laboratory instruments, colorimeters, flow meters, robotics, some sensors and more.
New in 2000 is the Product Supplement section which features our extensive line of AQUAfast(r)II Colorimeters.
The Tintometer Ltd of The Colour Laboratory, Waterloo Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, tel:0172 232 7242 tell us they have brought out two automatic colorimeters for the objective colour measurement of products such as oils, fats and syrups.
The principles behind both colorimeters and spectrophotometers are simple: A calibrated light source shines onto or through a solid or opaque, translucent or transparent liquid test sample, and then the meters measure the light reflected from or transmitted through the sample.
Colorimetric assays require a large sample volume, running of known standards, use of colorimeters, plotting of standard curves and so forth.
Radiant Zemax, a leading provider of light and color test and measurement systems and optical and illumination design software, today unveiled its next-generation ProMetric([R]) G family of imaging colorimeters, the latest in the company's industry-leading line of imaging colorimeters.