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Jun 4, 2002 12:00 AM
X-Rite (Grandville, MI) announced the 939 portable 0°/45° spectrodensitometer for multi-site and multi-unit users. It features a new, high-resolution, 31-point spectral engine that reportedly yields an average agreement of .15 delta-E and a maximum of .30 delta-E.
The spectrodensitometer can store more than 3,000 color references and samples and is said to be easy to calibrate for either black-and-white or color validation. It is fully supported by the company's Color Master software. Optional changeable aperture sizes (4mm, 8mm and 16mm) enable the user to test small and large samples.
The new model is compatible with its predecessor, the 938 spectrodensitometer, and includes a data-interference emulation mode.