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Determine the RGB Values of Various Sources with the LEX-1000 Color Light Measurement Sensor

LED displays are used in an increasingly large number of products, public displays for businesses, signage and more. They’re known for their versatility and their quality.   However, none of that would be possible with products which didn’t emit light properly, or were otherwise unreliable, inconsistent or of a general lower quality.  Whether you’re manufacturing them or incorporating them into the manufacturing of other end products, you need to be able to quickly and accurately gauge that quality and capability before the product hits the streets.

Enter the LEX-1000 color light measurement sensor, produced by EMX Industries, Inc.

The LEX-1000 color light measurement sensor is the ideal solution for providing accurate and quick readings of RGB colors from a variety of light sources which may be used in electronic assemblies.  These potential uses are far-reaching, including any range of indicator LEDs used on popular consumer or industrial electronics. It can even be used on screens themselves to verify the accuracy of the screen’s output for given color conditions, and to verify the screen’s quality and functionality. With its high-speed discrete output, and intuitive, user-friendly software, the LEX-1000 provides added efficiency, control and reliability in any factory or industrial setting.

The LEX-1000 offers unparalleled high resolution and fast response time; it works by collecting light and focusing it onto an internal receiver, where it’s analyzed for its constituent RGB values. Users can program four separate color channels, storing acceptable RGB ranges for each, enabling easy switching between different configurations.  Tolerance can also be adjusted in    increments from .5% to 50%.  A discrete output will signal verification of a color match, while more detailed displays are offered through an exclusive PC-based software configuration, known as the ColorMax Windows Application, connected via USB.  Here, the LEX-1000 will display RGB values from 0 to 100%. These absolute values can be displayed via bar graphs, or relative color comparisons can be shown via pie charts.   And the new white balance adjustment feature, which allows for the entry of correction factors applied to the red, green and blue color measurements, effectively provides a means of adjusting the sensor readings. This new functionality is useful when multiple sensors are being used and must be set for specific RGB readings on a known target.  Along with exclusive and intuitive software configuration and it’s ease of setup and integration with your existing factory system, operators can be locked out from making unwanted changes while rugged M30 housing ensures the LEX-1000 will easily hold up to any industrial environment; you’ll be able to depend on it for long-lasting and continuous light evaluation and comparative measurements.

All of this allows you to instantly verify color measurements and quality with LED lighting, while quickly finding problems or defects before a larger problem occurs. The efficiency, productivity and profitability of your processes will all increase.  When you’re looking for a robust, high-speed, automated detection system for light measurement on electronic assemblies, the LEX-1000 stands alone at the top of its class.

To learn more about the LEX-1000 color light measurement sensor, call the team at EMX Industries, Inc. at 216.518.9888. Detailed specifications on the LEX-1000 are also available at EMXINC.com, along with a demonstration video, and product and pricing request forms.  And, if you haven’t done so already, download the EMX Sensors app to gain easy access to user manuals in the field, available on both iTunes and Google Play.

Using the LEX-1000 Light Sensor for Automated Color Quality Measurements of LED Lighting

Consumers of all kinds are continuing to turn to the quality and efficiency of LED lighting for various applications. Whether it’s outdoor lighting for the yard, indoor lighting within a home, business or industrial environment, lighting for commercial or entertainment purposes or anything else, LED lighting is enjoying an increased presence and reputation.

However, none of that would be possible with products which didn’t emit light properly, or were otherwise unreliable, inconsistent or of a general lower quality. Enter the LEX-1000 color light measurement sensor produced by EMX Industries, Inc.

The LEX-1000 can be utilized in any automated factory setting to provide high-speed, real-time quality measurements for LED lighting.

A discrete output will signal verification of a color match, while more detailed displays are offered through an exclusive PC-based software configuration, known as the ColorMax Windows Application. Here, the LEX-1000 will display RGB values from 0 to 100%. These absolute values can be displayed via bar graphs, or relative color comparisons can be shown via pie charts.

Users can program four separate color channels, storing acceptable RGB ranges for each, enabling easy switching between different configurations. Tolerance can also be adjusted in increments from .5% to 50%.

All of this allows you to instantly verify color measurements and quality with LED lighting, while quickly finding problems or defects before a larger problem occurs. The efficiency, productivity and profitability of your processes will all increase.

The LEX-1000 also has a number of other advantages and features which help to make it a superior choice. Besides the exclusive and intuitive software configuration, you’ll find that operators can be locked out from making unwanted changes, M30 housing provides rugged durability in industrial settings, and setup and integration with your existing factory system is incredibly easy.

At EMXInc.com, you’ll be able to find full product specifications for the LEX-1000 color light measurement sensor, as well as a product demo video showing the sensor in action so you can see for yourself how versatile and capable it truly is.

If you’re producing or working with LED lighting and you need to ensure product quality and consistency, then it’s time to switch to the LEX-1000. Contact the team at EMX, Inc. by calling 216.518.9888 and we’ll provide you with the information you need today.

 

Using the LEX-1000 Light Sensor for Automated Color Quality Measurements of LED Lighting

LED Light Measurement SensorConsumers of all kinds are continuing to turn to the quality and efficiency of LED lighting for various applications. Whether it’s outdoor lighting for the yard, indoor lighting within a home, business or industrial environment, lighting for commercial or entertainment purposes or anything else, LED lighting is enjoying an increased presence and reputation.

However, none of that would be possible with products which didn’t emit light properly, or were otherwise unreliable, inconsistent or of a general lower quality. Enter the LEX-1000, a robust and versatile color light measurement sensor produced by EMX Industries, Inc.

The LEX-1000 can be utilized in any automated factory setting to provide high-speed, real-time quality measurements for LED lighting.

A discrete output will signal verification of a color match, while more detailed displays are offered through an exclusive PC-based software configuration, known as the ColorMax Windows Application. Here, the LEX-1000 will display RGB values from 0 to 100%. These absolute values can be displayed via bar graphs, or relative color comparisons can be shown via pie charts.

Users can program four separate color channels, storing acceptable RGB ranges for each, enabling easy switching between different configurations. Tolerance can also be adjusted in increments from .5% to 50%.

All of this allows you to instantly verify color measurements and quality with LED lighting, while quickly finding problems or defects before a larger problem occurs. The efficiency, productivity and profitability of your processes will all increase.

The LEX-1000 also has a number of other advantages and features which help to make it a superior choice. Besides the exclusive and intuitive software configuration, you’ll find that operators can be locked out from making unwanted changes, M30 housing provides rugged durability in industrial settings, and setup and integration with your existing factory system is incredibly easy.

At EMXInc.com, you’ll be able to find full product specifications for the LEX-1000 color light measurement sensor, as well as a product demo video showing the sensor in action so you can see for yourself how versatile and capable it truly is.

If you’re producing or working with LED lighting and you need to ensure product quality and consistency, then it’s time to switch to the LEX-1000. Contact the team at EMX, Inc. by calling 216.518.9888 and we’ll provide you with the information you need today.

How to Use the LEX-1000 to Make Comparative Measurements on LED Displays

Light Measurement Sensor From EMXLED displays are used in an increasingly large number of consumer products, public displays for businesses, signage and more. They’re known for their versatility and their quality. But when you’re manufacturing them or incorporating them into the manufacturing of other end products, you need to be able to quickly and accurately gauge that quality and capability before the product hits the streets.

EMX Industries, Inc. has the perfect solution in the LEX-1000 color light measurement sensor. The LEX-1000 is a high-speed light measurement sensor which can be used in any automated factory setup or system. It offers efficient and reliable comparative measurements for all visible light sources, including from LED displays.

Users can create four programmable color channels with unique specifications and acceptable ranges. Light sources are broken down into their separate RGB components, and values are given from 1% to 100%. Tolerance can also be set in increments from .5% to 50%.

Discrete output signals whether or not the measured color is a match within the user-controlled acceptable range. The RGB measurements are also displayed using easy to read bar graphs, or relative values can be shown using pie graphs. It’s all made possible with the exclusive PC-based software configuration that the LEX-1000 utilizes.

The software, known as the ColorMax Windows Application Program, makes it absolutely painless and hassle-free to work with the sensor itself. Values are displayed as mentioned above, while discrete output to verify a color match are indicated, offering high-speed, high-quality comparative measurement and evaluation. It’s all possible in real-time, offering amazing flexibility and power.

It’s a versatile and robust solution for comparative measurements on LED displays, and it will make any automated factory process more reliable, efficient and productive. Spot issues immediately, and verify accuracy and quality before a product is sent out.

With rugged M30 housing, the LEX-1000 will easily hold up to any industrial environment, and you’ll be able to depend on it for long-lasting and continuous light evaluation and comparative measurements.

Contact the team at EMX Inc., by call 216.518.9888 today, and we’ll be happy to provide you with more information on the LEX-1000 color light measurement sensor and how your company may be able to put it to use with great results.

For a detailed look at the sensor and it’s operation visit the EMX Industries YouTube channel for more information.

Using the LEX-1000 Light Measurement Sensor to Differentiate Color in Electronic Assemblies

LEX-1000 Light Measurement SensorThe LEX-1000 color light measurement sensor is the ideal solution for providing accurate and quick readings of RGB colors from a variety of light sources which may be used in electronic assemblies. With its high-speed discrete output, and intuitive, user-friendly software, the LEX-1000 provides added efficiency, control and reliability in any factory or industrial setting.

Potential uses on electronic assemblies for the LEX-1000 are far-reaching. This could include any range of indicator LEDs used on popular consumer or industrial electronics. It can even be used on screens themselves to verify the accuracy of the screen’s output for given color conditions, and to verify the screen’s quality and functionality.

The way that the LEX-1000 color light measurement sensor works is that it collects light and focuses it onto an internal receiver, where it’s analyzed for its constituent RGB values. If the readings for all three colors fall within the programmed parameters, a discrete signal indicates a verified color match. It can be used to evaluate all visible light sources, and as a comparative tool for light measurement.

Four different programmable color recognition channels can be set, offering convenient switching from one to the next without having to reconfigure or lose any other settings. RGB values range from 1% to 100%, and tolerance can be adjusted from .5% to 50%.

The PC-based configuration software with connection via USB is one of the key features of the LEX-1000. This enables instantaneous recognition and evaluation for end-users. RGB values can be displayed via bar graphs, to provide absolute values for each color, or via pie charts, to display relative values for each color.

In addition, the LEX-1000 offers unparalleled high resolution and fast response time. Operators can be locked out from changing settings, and rugged M30 housing ensures a durable and long-lasting product in any industrial environment.
When you’re looking for a robust, high-speed, automated detection system for light measurement on electronic assemblies, the LEX-1000 stands alone at the top of its class.

To learn more about the LEX-1000 color light measurement sensor, call the team at EMX Industries, Inc. at 216.518.9888. Detailed specifications on the LEX-1000 are also available at EMXInc.com, along with a demonstration video, and product and pricing request forms.

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