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Display Color Analyzer CA-210

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Safety Symbols
The following symbols are used in this manual to prevent accidents which may occur as result of incorrect use of the instrument. Denotes a sentence regarding safety warning or note. Read the sentence carefully to ensure safe and correct use. Denotes a sentence regarding safety precautions for risk of fire. Read the sentence carefully to ensure safe and correct use. Denotes a sentence regarding safety precautions for risk of electric shock. Read the sentence carefully to ensure safe and correct use. Denotes a prohibited operation. The operation must never been performed. Denotes an instruction. The instruction must be strictly adhered to. Denotes an instruction. Disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet. Denotes a prohibited operation. The part must never be disassembled. Denotes an instruction. Connect the grounding terminal as instructed.

SIP/SOP Connections

Accessories equipment connected the analog and digital interfaces must be certified to the respective IEC standards (i.e. IEC 60950 for data processing equipment). Furthermore all configurations shall comply with the system standard IEC 61010-1. Everybody who connects additional equipment to the signal input part or signal output part configures a electrical equipment for measurement system, and is therefore, responsible that the system complies with the requirements of the system standard (IEC 61010-1. If in doubt, consult the technical services department or your local representative). Notes on this Manual Copying or reproduction of all or any part of the contents of this manual without KONICA MlNOLTAs permission is strictly prohibited. The contents of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. Every effort has been made in the preparation of this manual to ensure the accuracy of its contents. However, should you have any questions or find any errors, please contact a Konica Minolta authorized service facility. KONICA MINOLTA will not accept any responsibility for consequences arising from the use of the instrument.

Safety Precautions

When using this hardware, the following points must be strictly observed to ensure correct and safe use. After you have read this manual, keep it in a safe place so that it can be referred to easily whenever it is needed.
(Failure to adhere to the following points may result in death or serious injury.) When disconnecting the AC power cords plug, always hold the plug and pull it to remove it. Never pull the AC power cord itself. Doing so may damage the AC power cord, causing a fire or electric shock. In addition, do not insert or disconnect the AC power cords plug with wet hands. Doing so may cause electric shock. Do not disassemble or modify the CA-Series. Doing so may cause a fire or electric shock.

WARNING

Do not use the CA-Series in places where flammable or combustible gases (gasoline etc.) are present. Doing so may cause a fire. Always use the AC power cord supplied as a standard accessory (for 100-120V or for 200240V ) with the CA-Series, and connect it to an AC outlet. Failure to do so may damage the CA-Series, causing a fire or electric shock. Do not bend, twist or pull the AC power cord excessively. In addition, do not place heavy items on the AC power cord, or damage or modify it in any way. Doing so may cause damage to the AC power cord, resulting in fire or electric shock. If the CA-Series will not be used for a long time, disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet. Accumulated dirt or water on the prongs of the AC power cords plug may cause a fire. If there is any dirt or water on the prongs of the AC power cords plug, remove it. The CA-Series should not be operated if dirt or dust has entered through the vent holes. Doing so may result in a fire. For periodic inspection, contact the nearest Konica Minolta authorized service facility.
Take special care not to allow liquid or metal objects to enter the CA-Series. Doing so may cause a fire or electric shock. Should liquid or metal objects enter the CA-Series, turn the power OFF immediately, disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet, and contact the nearest Konica Minolta authorized service facility. The CA-Series should not be operated if it is damaged, or smoke or odd smells are detected. Doing so may result in a fire. In such situations, turn the power OFF immediately, disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet, and contact the nearest Konica Minolta authorized service facility. Take care not to drop or overturn the CA-Series. Failure to adhere to this precaution may result in injury or your body being trapped.

CAUTION

(Failure to adhere to the following points may result in injury or damage to the instrument or other property.) Be sure to connect the AC power cords plug to an AC outlet that has a protective grounding terminal. Also make sure that peripheral devices (e.g. PC) are connected to AC outlets that have a protective grounding terminal. Failure to do so may result in electric shocks.

When performing measurement using user calibration
When performing measurement in analyzer mode
Settings Section P. 45-74
Selecting the Calibration Standard Select calibration data. Select 6500K and 9300K. P. 50
Setting/Changing the Target Color *1 Explains how to set/change the target color. 1. Setting/Changing the Target Color by Measurement 2. Setting/Changing the Target Color by Entering Values
User Calibration Gives detailed explanation of user calibration and explains its execution method. (Target color is also set at this time.)
Analyzer Mode Gives detailed explanation of analyzer mode and explains how to input the displays RGB emission characteristic for Analyzer Mode. (Target color is also set at this time.)
To change the target color after user calibration: Setting/Changing the Target Color (Page 62) *1 To set an ID name: Setting an ID Name (Page 67) *2 To use the analog display function: Setting the Analog Display Range (Page 69) *3
To change the target color after inputting the displays RGB emission characteristic: Setting/Changing the Target Color (Page 62) *1
Other Settings Explains how to set an ID name *2 and analog display range *3.
Settings Checking Method Explains how to check the set values and check the probe serial no. used when the values are set.
To the Measurement section P. 75-84
This section explains measuring methods.
Measurement Section P. 75-84
From the Settings section
Measurement Explains measuring methods, how to hold the measured values and how to read them.

Page 76

White Balance Adjustment in Analyzer Mode Explains how to adjust white balance.

Page 81

This section explains communication with PC via RS-232C or USB.
Communications Section P. 85-88
Communicating with PC via RS-232C Explains how to connect the RS-232C cable and select the RS-232C baud rate to enable two-way communication with PC via RS-232C.

Page 86

Communicating with PC via USB Explains how to connect the USB cable to enable communication with PC via USB.

Page 88

Remote Measurement Explains how to perform measurement from the PC remotely.
This section explains the following items.

Measuring Principle

Page 90

Maintenance

Page 101
Explanation Section P. 89-118

Dimension Diagram

Page 102
Error Messages Please read when an error message appears in the LCD display section.

Page 103

Troubleshooting Guide Please read when the instrument does not function correctly.

Page 107

Specifications

Page 110

Display

Measuring Probe

About Pointing Ring

When you turn the pointing ring, it stops at three positions (MEAS, 0-CAL, POINTER). To turn the ring, the stopper must be pulled toward you to unlock it. : To perform measurement, the ring must be set in this position. 0-CAL : To perform zero calibration, the ring must be set in this position. Take care not to direct the measuring probe to a high-intensity light source. POINTER: A red circle marker will be emitted from the LED. It may be difficult to see the marker depending on the surrounding brightness and intensity or color of the object. In this case, place a piece of white paper over the screen. You must also take care not to stare into the probe while the marker is emitted. Dont stare at the reflection of mirror surface. MEAS

Pointing ring

Function of Each Key

Key Panel

1 0-CAL key.. Performs zero calibration. Before pressing this key, make sure that the measuring probe is blocked from light. (Page 34) 2 Mode key.. Select measurement mode. (Page 38) Measurement mode changes in the following order. When Universal Measuring Probe(CA-PU12/15) or Small Universal Measuring probe(CA-PSU12/15) is connected,

Analyzer mode

xyLvTuvLvRBG (R/G, B/G, G)RBG (R, B/G, G/R) u'v'LvXYZ xyLv When LCD Flicker Measuring Probe(CA-P12/15) or Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe(CA-PS12/15) is connected,
xyLvTuvLvRBG (R/G, B/G, G)RBG (R, B/G, G/R) u'v'LvFlicker**XYZ xyLv 3 MR key.. Displays the specified target color in the LCD display section. (Page 74) (For long depression of this key, refer to page 17.)
4 HOLD key.. Holds the display of the measured value. (The HOLD LED will light up.) Pressing this key while the HOLD LED is lit will cancel hold mode. (The HOLD LED will go out.) 5 REMOTE key.. Sets the instrument in remote mode (i.e. communication with the PC is possible via RS-232C or USB). (The REMOTE LED will light up. See page 88) Pressing this key while the REMOTE key is lit will cancel remote mode. (The REMOTE LED will go out.)

2 Holding down the

3 Holding down the MR key.. When xyLv, TuvLv or XYZ measurement mode is selected
for two to four seconds (Bleeping sound.) Displays serial number of the probe in use at the time calibration to a user selected reference was performed and the target color were set. (Page 74) When an analyzer mode is selected Displays serial number of the probe in use at the time RGB emission characteristics of the display and the target color (W) were set. (Page 74) When flicker mode** is selected 00000000 will be displayed. (Page 74)
4 Holding down the MR key.. The unit of luminance will be displayed. (cd/m2 or fL)
for four seconds or more (Bleep sounds two seconds later and then four seconds later.)
**Flicker Mode is a function which can be used only when LCD Flicker Measuring Probe(CA-P12/15) or Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe(CA-PS12/15) is connected.

About Display

1 Measurement mode indications 4 LCD display section:

CH00 EXT [MINOLTA

2 Digital display section

3 Analog display section

* This shows when the entire display area is lit. (The LCD display section is not shown.)
1 Measurement mode.. Displays the measurement mode in which the measured values are
displayed. Measurement mode switches from one to another as shown below each time the MODE key is pressed. (Page 40) When Universal Measuring Probe(CA-PU12/15) or Small Universal Measuring probe(CA-PSU12/15) is connected,
xyLvTuvLvRBG (R/G, B/G, G)RBG (R, B/G, G/R) u'v'LvFlicker**XYZ xyLv
2 Digital display section.. Displays the measured values.
When xyLv measurement mode is selected x, y and Lv are displayed. When TuvLv measurement mode is selected T, uv and Lv are displayed. T (correlated color temperature) is displayed in three significant digits. When an analyzer measurement mode is selected R, B and G are displayed. R-reference and G-reference are available. (The same contents are displayed in the digital display area, whether R-reference or G-reference.) When u'v'Lv measurement mode is selected u', v' and Lv are displayed. When flicker measurement mode** is selected Flicker** is displayed. The display range is from 0.0 to 100.0%. When XYZ measurement mode is selected X, Y and Z are displayed. (X, Y and Z from top to bottom)

Ad P1 ]

Selecting, Measurement Speed, SYNC Mode, Display Mode and the Number of Display Digits
1. Selecting the Measurement Speed
Select the measurement speed according to your application. If the measurement speed is changed, display frequency of the measurement results will change accordingly. The measurement results are displayed at the following frequency. FAST mode Requires short measurement time, but measurement accuracy is not sufficient in the case of measurement of a lowintensity display. SLOW mode Repeats measurement in FAST mode five times, and displays the average of the five measured values. This mode is used when you want to perform accurate measurement. AUTO mode Switches measurement speed to FAST or SLOW automatically according to the luminance of the display measures. Normally, this measurement speed is recommended. The measurement speed switches from FAST to SLOW or vice versa at the following luminance. (Universal Measuring Probe) (CA-PU12/15) (Small Universal Measuring Probe) (CA-PSU12/15) (LCD Flicker Measuring Probe) (CA-P12/15) (Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe) (CA-PS12/15) FAST SLOW :When Lv drops below 4.0cd/m2. SLOW FAST :When Lv exceeds 6.0cd/m2. FAST SLOW :When Lv drops below 12.0cd/m2. SLOW FAST : When Lv exceeds 18.0cd/m2. FAST SLOW : When Lv drops below 2.0cd/m2. SLOW FAST : When Lv exceeds 3.0cd/m2. FAST SLOW : When Lv drops below 6.0cd/m2. SLOW FAST : When Lv exceeds 9.0cd/m2.
(In the case of Flicker Mode**, the measurement speed is always FAST mode.)
(Universal Measuring Probe) (CA-PU12/15) (Small Universal Measuring Probe) (CA-PSU12/15) (LCD Flicker Measuring Probe) (CA-P12/15) (Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe) (CA-PS12/15)
FAST SLOW : When Lv for any of probes drops below 4.0 cd/m2. SLOW FAST : When Lv for all the probes exceed 6.0 cd/m2. FAST SLOW : When Lv for any of probes drops below 12.0 cd/m2. SLOW FAST : When Lv for all the probes exceed 18.0 cd/m2. FAST SLOW : When Lv for any of probes drops below 2.0 cd/m2. SLOW FAST : When Lv for all the probes exceed 3.0 cd/m2. FAST SLOW : When Lv for any of probes drops below 6.0 cd/m2. SLOW FAST : When Lv for all the probes drops exceed 9.0 cd/m2.

Emission characteristic of R
Emission characteristic of G
Emission characteristic of B
Inputting displays analyzer mode RGB emission characteristic (See next page)
Measurement in analyzer mode (page 79) White balance adjustment in analyzer mode (page 81) Measurement mode

Target color (W)

2. Inputting the RGB Emission Characteristic for Analyzer Mode
The RGB emission characteristic for analyzer mode must be input to each memory channel. When it is input, the target color (W) must also be set. To adjust white balance, the values of the white-balanced white must be entered as the terget color (W). If the RGB emission characteristic for the displays analyzer mode is input to a memory channel for which the target color has already been set, the previously set target color will be deleted. The target color to be used is the same as that for xyLv, TuvLv, u'v'Lv and XYZ measurement modes. The RGB emission characteristic for the display must be input for each display type (model). Characters of displays vary with the display type (model). Because of this, measured values differ even if the same color is measured. Thus, a different memory channel must be used for each display type (model) to input the RGB emission characteristic for analyzer mode.
Select the probe no. for which the RGB emission characteristic for the display is to be input. The RGB emission characteristic for the display can be input independently for each probe connector ([P1] to [P5]) for each memory channel.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Press the MODE key to select analyzer measurement mode (RGB). Press the MEMORY CH and keys until the memory channel where you want to input the RGB emission characteristic appears. Press the key.
The LCD display section will switch to the analyzer mode RGB emission characteristic input screen.

Memory channel

Input the emission characteristic of R.
1 Press the measuring probe against the display, which is now emitting monochrome light of R. 2 Press the key. In the LCD display section, the * mark will appear on the left of R.
Input the emission characteristic of G.
1 Place the measuring probe against the display, which is now emitting monochrome light of G. 2 Press the key. In the LCD display section, the * mark will appear on the left of G.
Input the emission characteristic of B.
1 Place the measuring probe against the display, which is now emitting monochrome light of B. 2 Press the key. In the LCD display section, the * mark will appear on the left of B.
CH01 ALZ P1 W *R *G B CH01 ALZ P1 W *R *G *B CH01 ALZ P1 *W *R *G *B
Enter the target color (W)
1 Place the measuring probe against the display, which is now emitting the target color(W). 2 Press the key. In the LCD display section, the * mark will appear on the left of W.

Setting/Changing the Target Color
If you have input the RGB emission characteristic for user calibration/analyzer mode:
It is not necessary to set the target color in the following cases. 1 When you want to set the user-calibrated color as the target color for a memory channel 2 When you want to set the target color (W) which was set when the RGB emission characteristic for the displays analyzer mode was set as the target color The target color set here is the same as those set by 1 and 2 Only when you want to change the currently set target color, should it be changed it as explained below. By setting the target color, the difference between the measured value and the target color can be displayed in the analog display section. The target color can be set for each probe of each memory channel. The target color must be set in the following cases. When you want to set the target color for memory channel CH00 When you want to perform measurement using Konica Minoltas calibration standard without user calibration and want to use the analog display function When you want to set a color that differs from the color used for user calibration as the target color to a usercalibrated memory channel
When the optional 4-Probe Expansion Board CA-B14 is used
When you want to set the target color (W) that has already been set and another color as the target color to a memory channel for which the RGB emission characteristic for analyzer mode has been input There are the following two methods of setting/changing the target color. Some memory channels do not allow you to set the target color. 1. Setting/changing the target.. The displays measured value is set as the target color. color by measurement This method can be used for any memory channels. 2. Setting/changing the target color. Set the desired values (x, y, Lv) by entering them directly using the by entering values instruments number-key. This method can be used for memory channel CH00 only. (This method is not possible if analyzer measurement mode is selected.)
1. Setting/Changing the Target Color by Measurement

HOLD LED

Select the probe no. to which you want to set the target color. The target color can be set independently for each probe connector ([P1] to [P5]) for each memory channel.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Press the MEMORY CH and keys until the memory channel where you want to set the target color appears. Place the measuring probe against the display and take measurement. While the probe is placed against the display, press the HOLD key.
The measured color of the display will be set as the target color.
Press the HOLD key to start measurement.
The HOLD LED will go out.
* To view the target color you set, press the MR key. (For details, refer to page 72.) * By default (factory setting), x=0.3127, y=0.3293 and Lv=160.0 (cd/cm2) are set for each memory channel.

2. Setting the Analog Display Range
The analog display section displays the difference (%) between the measured value and the target color as well as the difference (%) between measured values in the case of a measurement mode other than flicker mode**.In the case of flicker mode, the measured values will be displayed as they are. The range for each dot can be set as follows. 1 xyLv, TuvLv, u'v'Lv or XYZ measurement mode.. x, y and Lv 2 Analyzer Mode For G-reference. R/G, B/G and G For R-reference.. R, B/R and G/R 3 Flicker Mode**. Flicker value The range must be set independently of 1 , 2. and 3 In the case of 1 , the range set here will be used commonly by all the modes. Thus, for instance, if x and y are set to 2% and Lv is set to 10% for xyLv mode, x and y will be displayed in 2% and Lv in 10% irrespective of the measurement mode (xyLv, TuvLv, u'v'Lv or XYZ). In the case of 2 , the value set for G (G-reference), the value set for R (R-reference), the values set for R/ G and B/G (G-reference) and those set for B/R and G/R (R-reference) will be common. Thus, for instance, if G is set to 5% and both R/G and B/G are set to 3% in the case of G-reference, R will be displayed in 5% and both B/R and G/R in 3% in the case of R-reference. In the case of 3 , the analog display range for each dot can be set for flicker value. Settable range. 0.1 to 99% In 0.1% step for the range from 0.1 to 9.9% In 1% step for the range from 10 to 99%
How to Read Analog Display When n% range is set For xyLv, TuvLv, analyzer, u'v'Lv or XYZ mode

For flicker mode**

Red Green Red

n8% or lower

Below n% Below n2% Below n4% Below n8% 8% or higher
Values displayed in the analog display section For xyLv, TuvLv, u'v'Lv or XYZ mode

xxt xt

yyt yt

100 (%)

Lv = LvLvt 100 (%) Lvt
where, xt, yt, Lvt : Target color values x, y, Lv : Measured values
For analyzer mode (G reference)
R/G = R G 100 (%) G B/G = B G G 100 (%)
G = G Gt 100 = G 100 (%) Gt
For analyzer mode (R reference)
R = R Rt 100 = R 100 (%) Rt B/R = B R R 100 (%)

G/R = G R 100 (%) R

where Gt, Rt : Target color values, being 100 R, G, B : Measurement Values For flicker mode** Measured values are displayed as they are. The display lights up crosswise.

Settings Checking Method

1. Checking the Set Values
<Checking the Specified Target Color>
By pressing the MR key for less than two seconds in xyLv, TuvLv, u'v'Lv or XYZ mode, the values of the target color for the currently selected memory channel is displayed in the LCD display section as shown on the right.

CH01 x y Lv P1 M366.0

The values of the target color for the currently selected memory channel probe no. will be displayed.
<Checking the Calibration Values for User Calibration>
When white calibration is performed as user calibration 1 If only user calibration has been performed, the calibration values can be checked by checking the target values. Since when user calibration is performed the color at the time of user calibration will be set as the target color automatically, the target color values match the calibration values. However, if a different color is set as the target color after user calibration, it is not possible to check the calibration values with this method. 2 It is possible to check the calibration value for W by performing steps 5 and 6 ( key key) of the white calibration operating procedure (page 53). The value that appears first when the key is pressed is the calibration value that was entered when the previous user calibration was performed. The values for the target color will be displayed if user calibration has not been performed. When matrix calibration is performed as user calibration 1 If only user calibration has been performed, the W calibration values can be checked by checking the target values. Since when user calibration is performed the color at the time of W calibration will be set as the target color automatically, the target color values match the W calibration values. However, if a different color is set as the target color after user calibration, it is not possible to check the calibration values with this method. 2 It is possible to check the calibration value for W by performing steps 5 and 6 ( key key) of the white calibration operating procedure (page 53). The value that appears first when the key is pressed is the calibration value that was entered when the previous user calibration was performed. The values for the target color will be displayed if user calibration has not been performed. 3 To check the calibration values for R, G and B, perform steps 4 then 5 ( key key), steps 4 then 6( key key) or steps 4 and then 7 ( key key) of the matrix calibration operating procedure (page 55). The value that appears first when these keys are pressed is the calibration value that was entered when the previous user calibration was performed. 0 will be displayed for R, G and B if user calibration has not been performed.

Measurement Preparation section (page 33)
Settings section (page 45)
1. Performing Measurement

[Measuring Method]

Press the MEMORY CH and keys. keys to select the memory channel for which user calibration has been performed (page 51), the RGB emission characteristic for analyzer mode that has been input (page 59) and the target color that has been set/changed (page 62).
(Not required in the case of flicker measurement)

CH01 NTSC Ad P1U [ ]

Place the measuring probe flat against the display and perform measurement.
The measurement results will be displayed in the digital and analog display sections in the selected measurement mode.
<Notes on Measurement>
Since the luminance of the display will be unstable for a while immediately after the display is turned ON, the measured values must be read after they have stabilized. Static electricity on the displays screen surface must be removed as much as possible. Perform zero calibration if the ambient temperature has changed. When measuring a display at a low luminance level of 1.0 cd/m2 or less (3.0 cd/m2 or less when a Small Universal Measuring Probe(CA-PSU12/15) or Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe(CA-PS12/15) is connected.) for a long period of time, perform zero calibration approximately every hour. Make sure that the measuring probe is placed straight against the display. If it is tilted or moved, accurate measurement cannot be performed. Take care not to let the measuring probe be exposed to excessive impact. In addition, do not pull or bend the cord excessively or exert excessive force on it. Failure to observe these cautions may result in breakdown or wire-breakage. When measurement is implemented, the same Measuring Probe to be used for the User Calibration is necessary. For measurement of flicker(only when LCD Flicker Measuring Probe(CA-P12/15) or Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe(CA-PS12/15) is connected.), make sure that the correct vertical synchronizing frequency is recognized by the instrument. If an incorrect vertical synchronizing frequency is set in the INT mode or instrument is used in the UNIV mode, correct measured values will not be obtained in flicker measurement. If two or more measuring probes are connected, measurement will be performed with all the probes simultaneously. However, the digital and analog display sections show only the measurement results taken by the one selected probe (page 43).
2. Holding the Measured Values
To hold the measured values, press the HOLD key. The HOLD LED will light up. (Hold mode) Pressing the HOLD key again will cancel hold mode and resume measurement. This will cause the HOLD LED to go out.

When Lv(luminance) is the following (Konica Minoltas white calibration standard) under 5cd/m2 for LCD Flicker Measuring Probe (CA-P12/15) under 15cd/m2 for Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe (CA-PS12/15) When Lv(luminance) is the following under 0.1cd/m2 for LCD Flicker Measuring Probe (CA-P12/15) under 0.3cd/m2 for Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe (CA-PS12/15)
Digital display : blinking Analog display : blinking Measurement mode : blinking
Digital display Analog display LCD display
: : Not lit : FLICKER ERROR UNDER
<Error Messages in LCD Display Section>
For other error messages, refer to page 101. OVER Measurement is not possible since the instruments measurement range CH01 NTSC Ad P1 E1 [ ] is exceeded by the measured value. In the case of analyzer mode, the instruments measurement range or display range (100,000%) is exceeded by the measured value. E1 Cause : In the case of xyLv, TuvLv, u'v'Lv or XYZ measurement mode, the currently used measuring probe is different from the one used to perform user calibration and set the target color. In the case of analyzer mode, the currently used measuring probe is different from the one used to input RGB emission characteristic for analyzer mode and set the target color (W). Action: Use the same probe as the one used to input the RGB emission CH01 NTSC Ad P1 characteristic and set the target color. Alternatively, input the RGB E2 [ ] emission characteristic and set the target color using the currently used measuring probe. E2 Cause : An error has occurred due to shift of the zero point because the ambient temperature has changed since zero calibration. Action: Perform zero calibration.
* Measurement can still be performed even if E2 is currently displayed. * E2 will not appear if E1 is currently displayed.
FLICKER ERROR UNDER Measurement is not possible since Lv is below 0.1 cd/m2 (0.3 cd/m2 when a Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe(CA-PS12/15) is coneected.)(white calibration with Konica Minoltas calibration standard). FLICKER ERROR OVER Measurement is not possible since flicker value is beyond 100.0%. FLICKER ERROR VSYNC OVER (EXT is selected as the SYNC mode) Measurement is not possible since the frequency of the vertical synchronizing signal input to this instrument is beyond 130 Hz. (INT is selected as the SYNC mode) Measurement is not possible since the currently set vertical scanning frequency is beyond 130 Hz. FLICKER ERROR PROBE TYPE Cannot measure as the measured probe is not for LCD Flicker Measuring.

X x= X+Y+Z

Relative sensitivity

Y y= X+Y+Z

Instruments spectral sensitivity CIE 1931 color-matching function
Wavelength (nm) Fig. 1 Instruments Spectral Sensitivity Vertical synchronizing signal input PC
VSYNC connector RS-232C connector
Main body Measuring probe

USB driver

RS-232C driver
Photoelectric conversion section Photoelectric conversion section Photoelectric conversion section Temperature detection section
A/D conversion section SRAM
FROM PIO Display section KEY Multi-point expansion board connector
Fig. 2 Measurement Block Diagram

2. About TuvLv

If the instruments measurement mode is set to TuvLv, the following values can be displayed in the digital display section. T : Correlated color temperature uv : Color difference from the blackbody locus Lv : Luminance In TuvLv mode, colors are expressed in the correlated color temperature (T) and color difference from the blackbody locus (uv), and the luminance is expressed in Lv.
<About Correlated Color Temperature T and Color Difference from Blackbody Locus uv>
The temperature of a blackbody (an ideal radiator) that has the same chromaticity coordinates as that of a light is called the color temperature of that light. However, only the colors that are present along the blackbody locus can be expressed in color temperatures. Thus, with a widened concept of color temperature, correlated color temperatures are used to express colors that are slightly off the blackbody locus. When a color is on the isotemperature line, the color temperature at the point where that line crosses the blackbody locus is assumed to be the correlated color temperature of that color. The isotemperature line is the line that is drawn along the chromaticity coordinates of a collection of colors that you feel visually similar to color temperatures along the blackbody locus. However, since all the colors on the same isotemperature line are expressed by the same correlated color temperature, it is not possible to express colors using correlated color temperatures only. Thus, to express colors, uv, that indicates positional relationship with the correlated color temperature T, is also used. uv is signed with + if the color is located above the blackbody locus, and is signed with if it is below the blackbody locus.

If you are not going to use the instrument for a long time, disconnect the AC power cord from the AC outlet. Dirt or water may accumulate on the prongs of the AC power cords plug and it may cause a fire. If there is any dirt or water on the prongs, it must be removed. Do not disassemble or modify the instrument. Doing so may cause a fire or electric shock.
1. Cleaning the Instrument
If the instrument gets dirty, wipe it with a soft dry cloth. Never use solvents such as thinner and benzene. If the measuring probe receptors objective lens gets dirty, wipe it with a soft dry cloth or lens cleaning paper. Should the instrument break down, do not try to disassemble it by yourself. Contact a Konica Minolta authorized service facility.
2. Storing the Instrument
The instrument and its optional accessories should be stored within the following temperature range. Do not store them in areas subject to high temperatures and high humidity. For added safety, it is recommended that they be stored with a drying agent (such as silica gel) at near room temperature. Main body and measuring probes -20 to 55 C 4-Probe Expansion Board CA-B14 Take care not to allow condensation to form on the instrument during use. When moving the instrument to the location where it is to be used, take care not to expose it to temperature changes. When storing the optional 4-Probe Expansion Board CA-B14, always put it in the anti-static bag in which the board is supplied.

<Main Body>

(Unit : mm)
<Universal Measuring Probe (CA-PU12 / CA-PU15) > <LCD Flicker Measuring Probe (CA-P12 / CA-P15) >

ISO screw(5mm,depth:6mm)

88mm 98mm 108mm
ISO screw(5mm,depth:6mm) Tripod screw(depth:6mm)
<Small Universal Measuring Probe (CA-PSU12 / CA-PSU15)> <Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe (CA-PS12 / CA-PS15)>

116 mm 126 mm 136 mm

Error Messages
The following error messages appear if the instrument does not operate correctly. The table below shows kinds of error message, their meanings (description) and corrective actions.

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DISPLAY COLOR ANALYZER

Select the probe among the following four types.
For LCD flicker measurement, use the LCD Flicker Measuring Probe or Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe (see other side).

CA-210

Universal Measuring Probe Small Universal Measuring Probe
Universal Measuring Probe Universal Measuring Probe
(Measurement area 27 mm / Cable length: 2 m) (Measurement area 27 mm / Cable length: 5 m) (Measurement area 10 mm / Cable length: 2 m) (Measurement area 10 mm / Cable length: 5 m)
CA-PU12 CA-PU15 CA-PSU12 CA-PSU15
Small Universal Measuring Probe Small Universal Measuring Probe
Up to five probes can be connected to a single main body. Universal Measuring Probes, Small Universal Measuring Probes, LCD Flicker Measuring Probes and Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probes can be connected simultaneously to a single main body. (To connect multiple probes, the optional four-point extension board (CA-B14) is necessary.)

Applications

Rear Projector, PDP, LCD, OLED, FED Chromaticity Inspection / Adjustment Quality Control of Chromaticity. White-Balance Inspection / Adjustment Gamma Inspection / Adjustment. Contrast Inspection / Adjustment
Photo shows Universal Measuring Probe

FASTER

The luminance and chromaticity of display can be measured as fast as 20 times per second (maximum), enabling faster Gamma measurement.

EASY TO USE

The measurement position can be easily confirmed by pointing function. Short measuring distance of 30 mm enables compact measuring system. Precise measurement can be obtained without the influence of the outside light by short measuring distance and the rubber hood (standard accessory). Special optical design limits acceptance within narrow angle of aperture. It eliminates the influence of viewing. Acceptance angle: 2.5 (Universal Measuring Probe) , 5 (Small Universal Measuring Probe) 4-digit display for chromaticity enables more precise data readings. Expandable up to 5 measuring probes. (Requires expansion board CA-B14) USB connection provided as standard, so it can be connected even to computers without serial ports.

ACCURATE

Accuracy of 0.002 for White, 0.004 for R,G,B. (Chromaticity) CIE 1931 Standard Observer XYZ Filter. Matrix measurement enables high accuracy for not just white, but for monochrome colors as well.

LOW LUMINANCE

Precise measurement can be obtained at low luminance, enabling lower luminance and highaccuracy contrast measurement. Range of luminance for chromaticity measurement : 0.1 to 1000 cd/m2 (Universal Measuring Probe) 0.3 to 3000 cd/m2 (Small Universal Measuring Probe)

Optical System Features

The CA-210 uses a special optical system suitable for providing measurements of LCD panels. The main components of the optical system are the objective lens, optical fiber block, on-chip lenses, and sensor. The light from the light source is focused onto the receiving window of the optical fiber block. The focused light is mixed inside the optical fiber block and split into 3 parts, which are then guided to the receiving areas of the x, y, z sensors. Here, the light is further focused by the on-chip lenses onto the sensors themselves. CA-210 optical system
Objective lens Optical fiber block Sensor
Low-Luminance Measurement
A key point in making it possible to accurately take measurements at low-luminance levels is to minimize the light loss in guiding the received light to the sensors. In a conventional system, the received light passes through the objective lens and is focused immediately on the 3 sensors (x, y, z sensors). A problem with this method is that some of the light is focused on areas other than the sensor, so the light loss is large. The CA-210 uses optical fibers, so the light loss due to transmission of the light to the sensors is relatively low compared to conventional methods. Specifically, the light received by the lens is focused on the optical fiber block receiving window. The light then passes through optical fibers directly to on-chip lenses, which focus the light onto the sensors. As a result of this, light transmission loss is eliminated and measurements at low luminance levels are made possible.
Optical system of conventional measuring instruments
Narrow Viewing Angle/Uniform Viewing Angle
When a person looks at a display, they view the emitted light within a relatively narrow angle. Because of this, in order to obtain measured values which correspond well with the luminance and chromaticity perceived by a person, it is necessary for the measuring instrument to have the same narrow viewing angle. In addition, since LCDs have viewing-angle characteristics, measurements at different viewing angles will result in different measured values. IEC 61747-6, which defines the measurement method for LCDs, specifies that the viewing angle of the measuring instrument for evaluating LCDs should be within 5. (The viewing angle is shown by 1, 2, 3 and 1, 2, 3.) The CA-210 has a viewing angle of 5, and so meets the requirements of the IEC standard. For a conventional measuring instrument, when the measuring head has been set so that the measurement axis is perpendicular to the surface of the emitting surface of the measurement subject, differences in the measurement position do not result in great differences in the viewing angle itself (shown as 1, 2, 3 in the figure), but if we look at the incident angle relative to the normal to the emitting surface (shown as a dotted line in the figure), we see that the maximum angles (shown as '1 and '3 in the diagram) are very different. At the edges of the measurement area, light from far outside the viewing angle is received. By using a special optical system in the CA-210, the angle of the received light is symmetrical about the normal to the emitting surface for every point within the measuring area (27 mm). Since the viewing angle of the CA-210 is 5, the light received would be only the light within 2. 5 relative to the normal to the emitting surface (shown as a dotted line in the figure).

Measurement position and incident angle of conventional instrument ''3
Measurement position and incident angle of CA-210 1

System Diagram

Muli-Probe (Optional) 4-Probe Expansion Board CA-B14 (Optional)
PC (Commercially available) PC-AT compatible
Universal Measuring Probe CA-PU12 (2 m) CA-PU15 (5 m) Small Universal Measuring Probe CA-PSU12 (2 m) CA-PSU15 (5 m) LCD Flicker Measuring Probe CA-P12 (2 m) CA-P15 (5 m) Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe CA-PS12 (2 m) CA-PS15 (5 m) (Hood and Lens Cap included)
Standard Hood for CA-210 CA-H10(Standard) or Small Hood for CA-210 CA-HS10(Standard)
PC Software for Color Analyzer CA-SDK(Standard)
Select the probe among the following four types. Universal Measuring Probe CA-PU12 (2 m) CA-PU15 (5 m) Small Universal Measuring Probe Standard Lens Cap for CA-210 CA-PSU12 (2 m) CA-H11(Standard) CA-PSU15 (5 m) or LCD Flicker Measuring Probe CA-P12 (2 m) Small Lens Cap for CA-210 CA-P15 (5 m) CA-HS11(Standard) Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe CA-PS12 (2 m) CA-PS15 (5 m)

AC Power Cord (Standard)

LCD Flicker Measuring Probe is applied to the Flicker measuring function". Because of this it is not able to measure the display whose emission intensity fluctuates in single frame scanning period.
LCD Flicker Measuring Probe Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe
Same model as CA-210 measuring probes sold until May 2003.
LCD Flicker Measuring Probe LCD Flicker Measuring Probe

CA-P12 CA-P15

Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe CA-PS12 Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe CA-PS15

CRT COLOR ANALYZER

CA-100Plus
Measuring Probe High luminance Measuring Probe
Please request a CA-100Plus catalog for further information.
Measuring Probe Measuring Probe
(Cable length: 5 m) (Cable length: 2 m)
CA-P02 CA-P05 CA-PH02 CA-PH05
High luminance Measuring Probe
(Cable length: 2 m) (Cable length: 5 m)
Up to five probes can be connected to a single main body. Measuring Probes and High luminance Measuring Probes can be connected simultaneously to a single main body. (To connect multiple probes, the optional four-point extension board (CA-B04) is necessary.)
Applicability of CA series for different display types
This table is based on the most popular method for controlling emission intensity for each display type. (1) Measurements of displays using certain control methods are not possible. For details of measurement compatibility, contact your nearest Minolta representative. Examples for which measurement is not possible: Displays which use PWM, etc. for control of emission intensity. Displays with backlights which emit intermittently. Displays which write black for each frame, etc. (2) Although the CA-100Plus can handle the emission intensity variation, the instrument has a wide acceptance angle which makes it unsuitable for measurements of LCDs with strong viewing-angle dependency.

Recommended Measurement possible with restrictions, but probes marked with Measurement not possible are recommended
CA-210 Standard measurements LCD flicker measurements
Transmissive / semi-transmissive LCD Rear Screen LCD Projector DLP CRT OLED PDP FED
Active Matrix Driven Passive Matrix Driven Active Matrix Driven Passive Matrix Driven
Active Matrix Driven Passive Matrix Driven
LCD Flicker Measuring Probe and Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe are unsuitable for Measurements of CRTs.
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Construction of Gamma Adjustment System
This is an example of gamma adjustment system. User can create adjustment system by PC Software for Color Analyzer CA-SDK which comes as standard accessory. Software controls CA-210 and pattern generator to obtain color and chromaticity data with each out put level. After calculating correction factor of gamma curve, software will write the look up table of coefficient to monitor firmware. The white balance adjustment system can be constructed by a similar method.

Matrix Calibration

User's own matrix correction factor is set to the memory channels by measuring three monochrome colors (R, G, B and W) of known values and setting the obtained calibration values (xyLv) and emission characteristic to the instrument. Once this factor is set,a the measured values will be displayed after correction by this factor and output each time measurement is taken. Performing matrix calibration enables high-accuracy measurements of displays that provide colors through additive color mixing of three monochrome colors (R, G and B). Since the matrix correction factor obtained from Minolta's calibration standard has been set, measured values calculated based on this factor will be acquired when this instrument is used for the first time since shipment from the factory.

Gamma Adjustment System

Display Unit

x y Lv

CH01 EXT Fa P1 [EXT D-1.50]

PQRS TUV WXYZ

MENU LOCK ALPHA - SPACE CAL

REMOTE

MEMORY CH

Pattern Signal

Data from CA-210 Writing gain and cutoff level

Command to CA-210

Pattern Generator
Input of test pattern luminance

Software made with SDK

Sample software Gamma
PC Software for Color Analyzer CA-SDK (Standard accessory)
Standard accessory SDK helps create software easily according to needs. Sample software is bundled; you can start data collection easily.

Sample software Color

Sample software (Standard)
Cal CA-210 can be corrected in the matrix calibration method using Konica Minolta's spectroradiometer CS-1000A. Color The measurement data of CA-210 can be acquired into the PC. Drift tests, LCD stability test and so on can be performed easily. The acquired data can be read with Excel or other spreadsheet software. Contrast Multi-point measurement (5, 9, or 25 points) can be made for white uniformity and contrast measurement. Gamma R, G, B, and W gamma measurements for gradations of 16, 32, 64, 128, and 256 steps.
Example of White Balance Adjustment Software made by SDK
Required system OS : Windows 98,2000,ME,XP (x64 Edition not supported) Windows and Excel are a trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.

Dimensions

(Units : mm) Universal Measuring Probe LCD Flicker Measuring Probe Small Universal Measuring Probe Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe

Main Body

ISO screw Tripod socket ISO screw

30.2 44

Specifications
CA-210 (Universal Measuring Probe) CA-210 (Small Universal Measuring Probe) Detector: Silicon photo cell 27 mm 10 mm 2.By LED 3010 mm 305 mm 0.01 to 1000 cd/m2 0.01 to 3000 cd/m2 Displayed in 4 or 3-digit value (Can be chosen) 2 0.10 to 1000 cd/m 0.30 to 3000 cd/m2 2%1 digit of reading (temperature : 23C2C,relative humidity : (4010)%) 2 0.10 to 0.99 cd/m 0.2%+1 digit 0.30 to 2.99 cd/m2 0.2%+1 digit 1.00 to 1000 cd/m2 0.1%+1 digit 3.00 to 3000 cd/m2 0.1%+1 digit 2 0.10 to 1000 cd/m 0.30 to 3000 cd/m2 0.10 to 4.99 cd/m 0.008 for white 0.30 to 14.99 cd/m 0.008 for white 5.00 to 39.99 cd/m2 0.005 for white 15.00 to 119.99 cd/m2 0.005 for white 40.00 to 1000 cd/m2 0.003 for white 120.00 to 3000 cd/m2 0.003 for white 160 cd/m2 0.002 for white 160 cd/m2 0.002 for white (0.004 for monochrome)2 (0.004 for monochrome)2 0.015 (2 ) 0.30 to 0.59 cd/m 0.015 (2 ) Repeatability1 0.10 to 0.19 cd/m 0.20 to 0.49 cd/m2 0.008 (2 ) 0.60 to 1.49 cd/m2 0.008 (2 ) 0.50 to 1.99 cd/m2 0.003 (2 ) 1.50 to 5.99 cd/m2 0.003 (2 ) 2.00 to 1000 cd/m2 0.001 (2 ) 6.00 to 3000 cd/m2 0.001 (2 ) ------Flicker Contrast Measurement range ------method Display range Accuracy ------Item Receptor Measurement area Acceptance angle Pointing function Measurement distance Display range Luminance Chromaticity Luminance Measurement range Accuracy (for white)1 Repeatability(2 ) 1 Chromaticity Measurement range Accuracy1 (temperature : 23C2C, relative humidity : (4010)%) CA-210 (LCD Flicker Measuring Probe) 27 mm 2.mm 0.01 to 1000 cd/m2 0.10 to 1000 cd/m2 cd/m2 CA-210 (Small LCD Flicker Measuring Probe) 10 mm mm 0.01 to 3000 cd/m2 0.30 to 3000 cd/m2

0.2%+1 digit 0.10 to 0.99 0.2%+1 digit 0.30 to 2.99 cd/m2 0.1%+1 digit 1.00 to 1000 cd/m2 0.1%+1 digit 3.00 to 3000 cd/m0.30 to 3000 cd/m2 0.10 to 1000 cd/m 0.005 for white 0.10 to 4.99 cd/m 0.005 for white 0.30 to 14.99 cd/m 5.00 to 19.99 cd/m2 0.004 for white 15.00 to 59.99 cd/m2 0.004 for white 20.00 to 1000 cd/m2 0.003 for white 60.00 to 3000 cd/m2 0.003 for white 0.002 for white 160 cd/m2 0.002 for white 160 cd/m2 (0.004 for monochrome)2 (0.004 for monochrome)2 0.30 to 0.59 cd/m 0.010 (2 ) 0.10 to 0.19 cd/m 0.010 (2 ) 0.60 to 1.49 cd/m2 0.005 (2 ) 0.20 to 0.49 cd/m2 0.005 (2 ) 1.50 to 2.99 cd/m2 0.002 (2 ) 0.50 to 0.99 cd/m2 0.002 (2 ) 3.00 to 3000 cd/m2 0.001 (2 ) 1.00 to 1000 cd/m2 0.001 (2 ) 15 cd/m2 or higher 5 cd/m2 or higher 0.0 to 100 % 1 % (Flicker frequency: 30 Hz AC/DC 10 % sine wave) 2 % (Flicker frequency: 60 Hz AC/DC 10 % sine wave) ------1 % (2 ) (Flicker frequency: 20 to 65 Hz AC/DC 10 % sine wave) Repeatability 15 cd/m2 or higher ------5 cd/m2 or higher Flicker JEITA Measurement range ------0.5 dB (Flicker frequency: 30 Hz AC/DC 10 % sine wave) method 3 Accuracy ------0.3 dB (2 ) (Flicker frequency: 30 Hz AC/DC 10 % sine wave) Repeatability 5 (4.5) 0.30 to 5.99 cd/m(4.5) 0.10 to 3.99 cd/m(4.5) 0.30 to 11.99 cd/m(4.5 ) 0.10 to 1.99 cd/m2 Measurement xyLv(17 ) 4.00 cd/m2 or higher 20 (17 ) 12.00 cd/m2 or higher 20 (17 ) 2.00 cd/m2 or higher 20 (17) 6.00 cd/m2 or higher speed ------16 measurements/sec. (16 measurements/sec.) (measurements/sec. ) Flicker Contrast ------0.5measurements/sec. (0.3 measurements/sec.) 5 Flicker JEITA3 xyLv, XYZ, TuvLv, u'v'Lv, RGB analyze xyLv, XYZ, TuvLv, u'v'Lv, RGB analyze Display Digital Chromaticity is displayed up to fourth decimal place. (Three-digit indication can be chosen.) Chromaticity is displayed up to fourth decimal place. (Three-digit indication can be chosen.) Flicker (Contrast method) 3 xyLv, R/G B/G G, R B/R G/R xyLv, R/G B/G G, R B/R G/R, Flicker (Contrast method) 3 Analog 16 characters by 2 lines (with backlight) LCD NTSC, PAL, EXT, UNIV, INT SYNC mode Vertical synchronization frequency: 40 to 200 Hz (Luminance or chromaticity measurement), 40 to 130 Hz (Flicker measurement) Vertical synchronizing frequency: 40 to 200 Hz Object under measurement 100 channels Memory channel Standard function Analyzer function RS-232C (38,400 bps or below), USB (Rev.1.1) Interface Max. 5 points(Use 4-Probe Expansion Board CA-B14) Multi-point Measurement SDK software (supplied as standard accessory) Software Operating temperature/humidity range Temperature : 10 to 28C; relative humidity 70 % or less with no condensation Luminance change : 2 % 1 digit of reading for white Chromaticity change 0.002 for white, 0.006 for monochrome from reading of Konica Minolta's standard LCD1, 160.0 cd/m2, with 23C 40 % Storage temperature/humidity range 0 to 28C : relative humidity 70 % or less with no condensation 28 to 40C : relative humidity 40 % or less with no condensation V~, 5060 Hz, 50 VA Input voltage range Main body: 340 (W) 127 (H) 216 (D) mm, Main body: 340 (W) 127 (H) 216 (D) mm, Main body: 340 (W) 127 (H) 216 (D) mm, Main body: 340 (W) 127 (H) 216 (D) mm, Size Probe: mm Probe: mm Probe: mm Probe: mm Main body: 3.58 kg, Probe: 520 g Weight Main body: 3.58 kg, Probe: 540 g Main body: 3.58 kg, Probe: 520 g Main body: 3.58 kg, Probe: 540 g 1 : The chromaticity and luminance are measured under Konica Minoltas condition (standard LCD(6500 K, 9300 K) is used). Specifications are subject to change without notice. : The luminance for monochrome is measured when the reading of luminance for white is 160 cd/m. 3 : Measurement of flicker (JEITA method) is supported by SDK software. 4 : Measuring probe connected to probe connector P1 only,used USB (used RS-232C Baud rate: 38400 bps) 5 : Measured by Konica Minoltas PC (P3-600 MHz)

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

For correct use and for your safety, be sure to read the instruction manual before using the instrument. Always connect the instrument to the specified power supply voltage. Improper connection may cause a fire or electric shock.
Certificate No : YKA 0937154 Registration Date : March 3, 1995
Certificate No : JQA-E-80027 Registration Date : March 12, 1997
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