Management by converting colors into numeric values with analysis systems
In this system, exclusive analysis software is used along with a usable scanner*1. The system makes it possible to scan color of UV sclales, convert it into UV light amount values, analyze UV light amount distribution , and save them.
Advantages of management with numerical values
The Separation accuracy of density can be improved, so sections that cannot be visually judged can be analyzed.
Internal inspection standards can be set.
Analysis results can be shared
Digitizing data makes it possible to compare it to past data.
Exclusive software (CD-ROM)
Converts UVSCALE density values into UV light amount.
This manuscript hold-down scanner cover improves date-read precision.
The calibration sheet limits scanner-read errors to a fixed range.
Analysis system measurement features
Division Color Bar Setup
Light amounts measured are illustrated in a graph by colors. Various settings, such as scale type (log scale, equal magnification scale), upper and lower limits of scale bars, intervals, and color, can be freely set based on measurement conditions.
Equal Magnification scale
Data imported is converted into numerical values.
Measurement data of the entire section and section specified with a rectangle or circle is displayed.
Rectangular Area Data Export Function
Results of partial measurement (rectangle) can be output in text data. Using Excel to graph the results—as shown on the right—makes it possible to see the light amount distribution in a way that is easy to understand.
Graph on Excel generated from the data
How to use an analysis system
Use a calibration sheet to correct variations caused by differences in scanners and conditions as much as possible and to stabilize measurement results.
Select UVSCALE type used, light source lamp, and sample name to be saved on the new creation screen.
Entering a correction value can correct differences in light amount values caused by differences in illuminometers, temperature, and other measurement conditions to obtain an appropriate value.