Konica Minolta CR-300 Color Measurement

Konica Minolta Updated: 2008-12-23 RSS
Konica Minolta CR-300 Color Measurement

Konica Minolta CR series Chroma Meters are compact, lightweight, portable tristimulus colorimeters for measuring reflected color and color difference in a wide range of industrial fields. Five different CR-300 series models are available to meet the needs of various applications. All CR-300 series models offer improved inter-instrument agreement to allow multiple units to be used for color control both within a company and between companies.

The Chroma Meter CR-300 offers ø8mm measuring area and diffuse illumination/0° viewing geometry for a wide variety of applications.


Receptors: 6 silicon photocells (3 to measure source illumination, 3 to measure reflected light) filtered to detect primary stimulus values for red, green, and blue light
Spectral response: Closely matches CIE 1931 Standard Observer curves
Light Source: Pulsed xenon lamp
Illumination/measurement system: Wide-area illumination/0° viewing angle (specular component included)
Measuring area: 50mm
Short-term repeatability: Chromaticity (x, y): Within 0.0002
Color difference Δ(E* ab): Standard deviation within 0.07 (Measurement conditions: White calibration plate measured 30 times at 10-second intervals)
Inter-instrument agreement: ΔE*ab within 0.8 (Measurement conditions : Comparison of average measured values of 13 BCRA Series || color tiles to values measured with master body)
Temperature range: Operation: 0° to 40°C (32° to 104°F); Storage: -20 to 40°C(-4 to 104°F)
Humidity range: Less than 85% relative humidity at 35°C/95°F with no condensation
Dimensions: 229 x 91 x 60mm (9 x 3-9/16 x 2-3/8 in.)
Connecting cable: 1300 x 8.5mm (51-3/16 x 5/18 in.)
Weight: 690g(24-3/8oz.)
Accessories Included: Calibration Plate CR-A44; Case Cr-A64