WEBCAST: Light and Color Measurement of Today's LED Technology

In this live one-hour webcast, attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of today's optical measurement techniques of LED technology.

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Title: Light and Color Measurement of Today's LED Technology

Originally Broadcast: Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Speakers: Jay Catral and Joe Esteves, Konica Minolta Americas, Inc.

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Overview:

In this live, one-hour free webinar, attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of today's optical measurement techniques of LED technology. The course instructors will examine lighting, color theory, and LED structure to provide the basis for an expanded review of measurement techniques used to quantify the optical emission of LEDs. Topics covered will include:

• Light Theory
• Color Theory
• LEDs and optical emission
• Measurement devices
• Measurement Types & applications specific measurements
• Measurement results & interpretation
• Live Q&A with Applications Engineers

The seminar is an ideal fit for anyone interested in characterizing and communicating the light and color properties of LEDs accurately.

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SPONSOR: Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.

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Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc. is about measuring, matching, reproducing, and communicating Color and Light. It's about capturing texture, shape and color of 3D images. It's about monitoring oxygen saturation.

Over 70% of all the Industrial Light Meters purchased in the world are Konica Minolta. Virtually every major TV and computer manufacturer uses Konica Minolta's Color Analyzers to adjust white balance. Konica Minolta Colorimeters can be found throughout the food chain -- controlling the color from raw ingredients through food processing and production. The safe, compact PULSOX monitors pulse rate and oxygen from infancy through adulthood.

Konica Minolta built the world's first portable Spectrophotometer and the first portable 3D Non-Contact Color Digitizer. We also developed the first fingertip pulse oximeter and the first light meter to be used aboard a space craft (Apollo 8).

Today, Konica Minolta's long term commitment is to continue as the technological leader in optical test and measurement solutions. Universities, Research and Development Laboratories, Food, Plastics, Paint and Coatings, Transportation, Textiles, Medical, Pharmaceutical, Agricultural, Architecture, Archeology, Animation, -- across all industries and market segments, Konica Minolta's instruments are recognized for the highest quality and performance, reliability, innovative design, and ease of use.

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PRESENTERS:

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Jay Catral, Technical Sales and Applications Manager, Konica Minolta Americas, Inc.











Joe Esteves, Special Accounts Manager, Konica Minolta Sensing Americas, Inc.

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