In the two glass window panes above you can probably notice a difference in the transmission color between the two. The one on the left appears greener while the one on the right appears bluer. There is another difference; the two samples have a difference in reflectance colors as well. As you can see in the picture, the sample on the left has a reddish/purple reflectance color whereas the one on the right has a slightly bluish reflectance color.
Is it possible to quantify this difference in reflectance color on a transparent sample such as these architectural glass panels? Yes Continue reading →
EasyMatch has a feature that allows customers to enable a login just for the EZMQC software package and allow customers set privileges for different user groups to operate features of EZMQC software. Continue reading →
HunterLab has worked on an application for whole grain barley. This whole grain barley is used in making beer. The color of the final liquid beer product is related to the color of the grain used to make it.
FAQ: “Does HunterLab have any document to show that the ColorQuest XE compliances to ASTM 1209. One of our customers is having a problem regarding the method. Their client is using the manual way of performing ASTM 1209 test method. Whereas they use the ColorQuest XE. Can you explain the difference?” Continue reading →
FAQ: PC operating systems and EasyMatch QC and EasyMatch QC-ER software
“We are getting a new computer for our lab to work with our HunterLab LabScan XE sensor. Before we change out computers can you tell me if our version of EasyMatch QC software will work with Windows 7 or 8?” Continue reading →
The retroviewer allows you to directly view the sample at the port. You see what the instrument sees.
The retroviewer feature on the UltraScan PRO and UltraScan VIS allows direct viewing of the sample at the port through the same lens used to make color measurements. This feature is also on some LabScan XE and ColorQuest XE models. This feature is particularly useful for aligning the sample if it barely covers the viewing port of the instrument. Continue reading →