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Chroma 7121/7122 Display Color Analyzer adopts the design of non-contact type measurement to measure the luminance and chromaticity of display panels. Developed with the most advanced digital signal processor and the technology of optoelectronic transfer as well as precision optical parts and circuit design, the 7121/7122 is capable of performing high speed, accurate and stable tests.
The 7121/7122 has 100 channels of built-in memory for storing the value of standard colors and calibrated data. In addition, the 7121/7122 also provides many friendly user interfaces for operation such as the way test data shows, the position set for push buttons, the positioning projector, USB and RS-232 interfaces for data transmission, etc. to satisfy the requirements for actual measures. As the technology and products of flat displays have become the mainstream in the market today, every manufacturer is seeking for high value-added and low cost measurement solutions to raise its competitiveness; the 7121/7122 is the excellent tool to assist in achieving that purpose.
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