|Illumination/viewing system||45°a:0°(annular illumination)*1 Conforms to CIE No. 15, ISO 7724/1, DIN5033 Teil 7, ASTM E 1164, and JIS Z 8722 Condition A for reflectance measurements.|
|Spectral separation device||Concave grating|
|Wavelength range||Spectral reflectance: 380 to 730 nm; Spectral irradiance: 360 to 730 nm|
|Wavelength pitch||10 nm|
|Half bandwidth||Approx. 10 nm|
|Measurement range||Density: 0.0D to 2.5D; Reflectance: 0 to 150%|
|Short-term repeatability||Density: σ0.01D
Without polarization filter: 0.0D ~2.5D, Yellow: 0.0D ~2.0D
With polarization filter: 0.0D ~2.5D, Yellow: 0.0D ~1.8D
(When measurements taken 30 times at 10-seconds intervals after white calibration has been performed)
Colorimetric: Within σΔE00 0.05 (Without polarization filter)
(When white plate is measured 30 times at 10-second intervals after white calibration has been performed)
|Inter-instrument agreement||Within ΔE00 0.3 (Average of 12 BCRA Series II color tiles compared to values measured with a master body under Konica Minolta standard conditions)|
|Measurement time||Approx. 1.4 s (single-point reflectance measurement without polarization filter)|
|Measurement conditions||Corresponding to ISO 13655 Measurement Conditions M0 (CIE Illuminant A), M1 (CIE Illuminant D50), M2 (illumination with UV-cut filter) and M3 (M2 + polarization filter); User-defined illuminant|
|Illuminants||A, C, D50, ID50, D65, ID65, F2, F6, F7, F8, F9, F10, F11, F12, User-defined illuminant|
|Observers||2° Standard Observer, 10° Standard Observer|
|Colour spaces||L*a*b*, L*C*h, Hunter Lab, Yxy, XYZ and colour-difference in these colour spaces|
|Colour-difference equations||ΔE*ab (CIE 1976), ΔE*94 (CIE 1994), ΔE00 (CIE 2000), ΔE (Hunter), CMC (l:c)|
|Indexes||WI (ASTM E313-96); Tint (ASTM E313-96); ISO Brightness (ISO 2470-1); D65 Brightness (ISO 2470-2); Delta Brightness (“Fluorescent Whitening Intensity”)|
|Density||ISO Status T, ISO Status E, ISO Status A, ISO Status I; DIN16536; Spectral density for spotcolours|
|Advanced features||Greybalance (densitometric & colorimetric), ISOCHECK (QC against ISO or own standards), TARGETMATCH, Trapping, Plate measurement|
|Data Memory||Single data: Colorimetric target data: 30 data; Density target data: 30 data
50 color sets: 15 colorimetric target data per color set with 3 additional tone values each. ColorSets for standard printing conditions are already included.
|Display language||English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese (simplified)|
|Output data||Colorimetric and densitometric values; Spectral reflectance and irradiance|
|Power||Rechargeable internal lithium-ion battery (Number of measurements per charge: Approx. 2,000 when new); AC adapter; USB bus power|
|Dimensions (W × D × H)||70 × 165 × 83mm (Body only); 90 × 172 × 84mm (With target mask attached)|
|Operating temperature/humidity range||10 to 35°C, 30 to 85% relative humidity with no condensation|
|Storage temperature/humidity range||0 to 45°C, 0 to 85% relative humidity with no condensation|
*1 Illumination for wavelengths under 400nm is unidirectional.
The FD-7 is the perfect tool to help printers in their daily business. The lightweight FD-7 makes all colour related tasks in the printing industry easier and more reliable.
TARGETMATCH including backing conversion helps printers to achieve the right colour on their production paper.
ISOCHECK enables fast quality control without additional software.
The possibility to measure printing plates can make the additional investment in a plate measurement device obsolete.
DeltaBrightness gives unambigous information about the amount of optical brightener and allows a fast control of production papers.
The scan measurement functionality allows fast measurements of control strips and profiling charts. With the optional long ruler a complete print QC is conducted within seconds.
The Spectrophotometers FD-5 and FD-7 were the world’s first M1-type instruments, utilizing Konica Minolta’s original VFS (Virtual Fluorescence Standard) to provide measurements corresponding to D50. Konica Minolta’s VFS makes the FDs the only instruments that can measure FWAs for any chosen illuminant, including self-measured illuminants.
With spectrophotometers, white calibration is performed as part of the daily work, and this calibrates the spectral reflectance coefficients (vertical axis). The FD-7 and FD-5 are equipped with the industry’s first “Automatic Wavelength Compensation” function which automatically calibrate in the wavelength direction (horizontal axis) when white calibration is performed as part of daily work, greatly improving the reliability of measurement values.
In addition to spot measurements, manually scanned measurements are also possible when the FD-7 is connected to a PC. The versatile colour measurement software Catch is shipped with every FD-7. A ruler for precise guiding the instrument on the colour patches is included as standard accessory of the FD-7. A long ruler enabling measurements of strips with a length of up to 50 cm is available as optional accessory.
With the FD-7 the spectral power distribution of the illumination environment under which visual evaluation is performed can be measured. The measured data can be used to get a close correlation between the numerical data and the visual judgment.