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Barbieri electronic launches the 3rd generation of Spectro LFP.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

The Spectro LFP RT, leading spectrophotometer for color measurements in digital large format, flatbed and industrial printing again got several improvements and is now available as Series 3 edition.

Accurate measurements of transparent and reflective media, thick and heavy media, big measuring aperture and fully automatic measurements: these are the special characteristics which until now kept the Spectro LFP unique worldwide. All these features also the Series 3 device does combine.

Versatility, user friendliness and new application fields where the keywords for implementing the improvements of the Spectro LFP Series 3. The main improvements are:
- Switchable measuring aperture of 8, 6 and 2mm
- Polarization filter for 8, 6 and 2mm aperture
- Electrostatic sample holder

Especially for new application fields such as digital textile printing the larger aperture of 8mm is fundamental to gain the maximum measuring accuracy. Combined with the special measuring geometry and the fully automatic measurements it is the ideal device for this application. For high resolution prints the smaller apertures are preferred.

The polarization filter allows measuring also the most crucial and exotic materials with shining surfaces or inks.

For easy mounting of most different thin, reflective media (including textiles and fabrics) a special electrostatic sample holder is available. Thanks to this the charts can be placed and fixed easily and quick.

Thanks to its special features the Spectro LFP became market leader in digital large format, flatbed and industrial printing and the Series 3 device again confirms and strengthens this position. It allows measuring every kind of media, will it be transparent or reflective, thin or thick gaining always the maximum accuracy.

Same as the Spectro LFP Series 2 also the Series 3 devices are driven by most important Rip software.

The Spectro LFP Series 3 will be available as from May 1, 2010.

 

 

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Richard Romano

Richard Romano, Section Editor/Senior Analyst
Richard has written about communication, graphics hardware and software trends for the past 15 years.

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