Accuracy and efficiency are crucial in the realm of color measurement. With non-contact spectrophotometry, you can optimize instrument performance and precision, leading to accurate results for even the most challenging samples.

What Is Non-Contact Spectrophotometry?

Non-contact spectrophotometry combines spectrophotometry with color imaging procedures to characterize highly complex materials. Like standard spectrophotometry, non-contact spectrophotometry facilitates the quantitative measurement of light absorption over a range of wavelengths to measure the color of a sample. However, this particular technique accomplishes this task without touching the sample surface, facilitating irregular sample measurement with greater accuracy and efficiency.

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What Is a Non-Contact Spectrophotometer?

Non-contact spectrophotometers are the instruments used to conduct non-contact spectrophotometry processes. As the name suggests, these devices measure color without making contact with the samples.

What Is the Difference Between a Contact and Non-Contact Spectrophotometer?

While standard spectrophotometers also measure color, they must physically handle specimens to conduct measurements. Non-contact spectrophotometers can measure without physical contact and also comprise advanced features, like automated sample height and depth of field measurement capabilities. These specialized functions enable non-contact solutions to eliminate surface variations and generate more accurate results for irregular and non-uniform samples.

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Benefits of Non-Contact Spectrophotometry

Investing in non-contact spectrophotometers means you’ll experience all the perks of traditional spectrophotometry with the added benefits of zero-contact functionality. The many advantages of non-contact spectrophotometry include:

  • Eliminating contact-based issues: The non-contact process eliminates the challenges of contact-based instrumentation, such as the effects of irregular and non-uniform sample measurement.
  • Improving result accuracy: Non-contact spectrophotometry utilizes zero-touch measurement methods to reduce user errors and ultimately produce more accurate results.
  • Preventing contamination: Sample contact comes with the risk of contaminating your samples and skewing your results. Non-contact instruments eliminate this risk because the sensor never touches the sample or sample holder directly.
  • Reducing prep time: Standard spectrophotometers typically require you to alter the sample products using methods like cutting and grinding so that they’ll fit within the sample area. With non-contact spectrophotometry, your samples remain in their natural state, minimizing prep time.
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Experience the Accuracy of Non-Contact Spectrophotometry With Solutions From HunterLab

You can conduct color measurements with optimal precision and accuracy with non-contact spectrophotometers from HunterLab. We’ve spent over 65 years developing innovative color measurement instruments and technologies that deliver simple and accurate performance. As industry leaders in color measurement solutions, we’re always striving to raise the bar with the ultimate goal of exceeding the expectations of the human eye.

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