Control baking processes and colour using a BC-10 Plus Baking Contrast Meter Baking Consistency is highly desired by Industrial Bakers, as well as my old Gran. Taste, texture and time were all critical to her, but nothing ruined her apple tart or shortbread bake quite like a dark sign of scorching, or worse, a pasty undercooked […]
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Follow these steps to upgrade or install SpectraMagic NX software. SpectraMagic NX Pro or Lite from Konica Minolta Sensing is a quality control software that is compatible with Konica Minolta colour measurement devices. This software is template-based and allows users to manage, interpret and report colour measurement data in a graphical view. Measurement results are […]
Don’t damage your device – Use the correct AC-Adapter. We have recently experienced a number of calls and service requests where customers have said that either their instrument is not powering on or is no longer operating. In this case, the only recourse that we can offer our customers is to send their device in […]
OceanView is a powerful desktop spectroscopy software application and customers have been experiencing some minor issues when trying to activate the latest license. OceanView 2.0 is a powerful new version of Ocean Insight’s signature desktop spectroscopy application. The software has a smoother graphical interface and provides faster, more stable data acquisition and processing. This spectroscopy […]
CR-S4w Utility Software for CR-400/410 Chroma Meters may not work with newer Windows versions. Konica Minolta has a number of quality control software options that allow customers to better manage and interpret their data. The software is purchased for a single once-off fee and further upgrades to the software are typically offered for free. There […]
Technology made simple – Glassware The best technology is always simple. Simple to grasp, use and share. We spend quite a lot of our time with customers supporting their understanding of how to get the best results out of their Instruments and measurements. We give deep technical explanations as to how the hardware and software […]
High quality surfaces, from mobile phones to high end automotives, pleasure boats and other luxury fittings and features have been evaluated for quality for decades. Now you can get a single output from multiple inputs which not only complies with ISO Standards, but coincides with the Human Perception of “Harmony”. That is, how pleasing is […]
Settle colour disputes with customers and suppliers with mediation Colour is not a property of an object. It is the property of the observation. Instrument Observation is subject to known and understood settings or conditions. Our instruments for colour measurement have become ubiquitous especially in the food manufacturing space, from “farm to fork” as the […]
Effective ways to measure beverages and liquids There still seems to be confusion on when to measure liquids using Reflectance settings or when to measure using Transmittance settings. We have a blog that speaks to the technical explanations for this, but the topic continues to arise and we would like to show you how you […]
Why would you measure the colour of Peanut Butter? Peanut Butter is a simple product right? Take peanuts, smash them in a mortar and pestle and there you have it, peanut butter. The domestic version however has been industrialised, and with that there are added complexities. Firstly, the large volumes created in food processing plants […]