Techkon, one of the leading manufacturers of color measuring instruments for the printing industry, has introduced the new SpectroJet with the latest LED technology, the first scan-spectrophotometer on the market, which is able to, scan up to a length of 2 metres with a speed of up to 40 centimetres a second applying the new measuring conditions M0 to M3 according to ISO 13655.
The instrument is equipped with a high resolution spectral sensor and an automatic switch able polarization filter. SpectroJet is a universal tool for automatic measurements and allows shorter pre-setting time of the printing press, less paper waste and higher print quality. It can be used on large format printing as well as for test-chart evaluation. The evaluation of an ECI 2002 test chart is done within two minutes. Customized print control strips as often used in flexo printing can be analyzed quickly.
A variety of software modules like print curve, colorimetric quality control, proof check and test chart analysis are included. For use at the offset press console, the Windows software ExPresso gives an evaluation according to the ink zones of the machine and allows a quick adjustment of the density. All measured data are stored and documented; a quality certificate can be printed out. The new SpectroJet will be showcased atStand 9A31 during Labelexpo Europe, which will be held from 29 September to 2 October 2015 in Brussels, Belgium.
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