The CS-2000 Spectroradiometer from Konica Minolta is a high-speed, high-accuracy instrument for measuring the luminance and chromaticity of various display devices such as plasma displays, LCDs, and LEDs. Capable of measuring luminance as low as 0.003cd/m2 at a measurement angle of 1° for blacker blacks and enabling contrast measurements of 100,000:1, it also offers changeable measurement angles to measure not only general areas but also extremely small regions. The device builds on the company’s previous models but with 100-times higher sensitivity, achieving an additional digit of accuracy.

In addition, it maintains a half bandwidth of less than 5nm throughout the entire measurement wavelength range, for precise color measurements with true 1nm data. Memory capacity allows storing 100 measurements, and selectable measurement angles of 0.1°, 0.2°, and 1° enable measurements of large to small areas. High repeatability is achieved using a design that eliminates mechanical and electrical noise sources, and polarization errors are reduced to 2%. The multi-function operation panel with color LCD screen and keypad are located on the back of the instrument, allowing direct selection of functions including Spectral Graph Illuminance capable of measuring footcandles and lux. A CS-S10w Professional Software Package is included as standard and the device is USB-compatible