In 325 CE, the Council of Nicaea established that Easter would be held on the first Sunday after the first Full Moon occurring on or after the vernal equinox. (*) From that point forward, the Easter date depended on the ecclesiastical approximation of March 21 for the vernal equinox. Although Easter is liturgically related to the […]
(Pty) Ltd, founded 23 years ago by Richard Majewski, specialises in creative innovations to solve complex problems with simple solutions based on spectral data. Blog articles are contributed by various experts within our group who's expertise solves a specific problem to create an application.
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We have a number of Blogs on this site on connecting your Konica Minolta colour measurement Instrument to a Microsoft Windows 7 or 10 PC or Laptop. Search for “Connect to PC” to call them up. By way of a short summary we can characterise the main issues as: COM PORTS SOFTWARE SETTINGS HARDWARE SETTINGS […]
Visit Instrument Systems at Photonics West As a participant at the German pavilion, Instrument Systems is showcasing its premium class spectroradiometers at Photonics West / USA. The globally recognized reference device CAS 140D forms the basis of the system and is supplemented by our special model, the high-resolution CAS 140CT-HR. Both devices can be viewed […]
Colour sorting with confidence has just been made easy with Nix Pro Colour Sensors. Have you ever walked into a paint hardware shop with the supposedly simple mission of getting a pot of paint that will match your new Kitchen Cupboard, Stove or Bathroom sink and tiles? You will be ushered to a wall of […]
Holidays are over and we are back in action. We spent a bit of time before shutdown preparing ourselves for the new year, so after a short break, we are all ready for action to assist you with your new year. Lets hope its a good one for all of us. Our January Theme is […]
You will probably only see this in February, as this is a nightmare time of year when time zips by at lightening speed. Everything happens at year end; Summer Holidays, Exams at school and universities, shutdowns, increases, bonuses and cannily every year some suit decides to announce lay offs and closures as well. Travel is […]
If you work with colour like we do, you may be familiar with equations and colour spaces, and would like to understand colour OR even if you may be familiar with colour measurement and colour prediction software, BUT you may be really tired of the mathematics and theory. Take a break and watch the BEST video […]
Electricity cuts otherwise referred to as Load Shedding are back in fashion. What does this mean for your Instruments in the lab? Modern Instruments are designed to operate within normal electricity supply standards and norms. Interrupted power supply, and more especially power surges when the power supply is restored can however have repercussions. […]
Ocean Optics have recently introduced their new Ocean Lab Services. For those needing a quick answer to a quick question, such as whether an analyte is detectable or an ideal piece of equipment, Ocean Optics offers a Fixed Price package that gets you the knowledge you need quickly and affordably. For those interested in deeper […]
Black as in ‘Black Friday’ is just a name for a colour, or more correctly, lack of colour. The perception of colour is based upon which part of the sunlight’s visible spectrum is reflected or absorbed. White is a 100% reflection of the sun, and black is 100% absorbed light. Wikipedia gives a fairly simple […]
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