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Konica Minolta Sensing Americas Inc
101 Williams Dr
Ramsey, NJ 07446
United States

Key Personnel: Mktg Assoc: Kelli Matthews
Phone: 888-473-2656
Fax: 201-785-2482

CAS140D CCD Array Spectrometer

The CAS 140D represents the fourth generation of the worldwide extremely successful series of high-end array spectrometers from Instrument Systems. It combines all advantages of the CAS 140CT in terms of measurement accuracy and reliability with sustainable technical optimization for increased repeatability and stability in every environment.

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Konica Minolta Sensing offers the CAS-140 CT and CAS-140 CTS Spectroradiometers from Instrument Systems. Various test configurations cover the entire range of light measurement, from UV to infrared. With flexible fiber optic probes, measurement adapters, and comprehensive software, the CAS140 is a complete turnkey solution for the lighting industry.

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CAS 140D Brochure
Thursday, July 5, 2018
Konica Minolta Sensing
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The CAS 140D represents the fourth generation of the worldwide extremely successful series of high-end array spectrometers from Instrument Systems. It combines all advantages of the CAS 140CT in terms of measurement accuracy and reliability with sustainable technical optimization for increased repeatability and stability in every environment. As a result, it offers even more versatile applications – from the reference instrument in national calibration laboratories to continuous production. A wide range of accessories complement the spectrometer to create a complete system for a wide range of spectroradiometric and photometric measurement tasks. Thanks to the modern housing and improved optical and mechanical design, the instrument is even more functional, but smaller and simpler to integrate into existing measurement environments.

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