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Among the topics in a Physics World article featuring our LTMS Liquid Transmission Measurement System are the benefits of LTMS for maintaining color uniformity in consumer electronics.
The LTMS Liquid Transmission Measurement System is a spectroscopy-based system for real-time, in-line monitoring of liquids for the consumer electronics and food processing industries.
Here are highlights from an article on LTMS that appeared in the June 2020 Physics World, with a PDF of the full article available below:
The LTMS can be used to make sure concentration levels are within a certain tolerance to meet health and safety requirements, while high enough to maintain a level of effectiveness.
To improve product quality and streamline processes, manufacturers are constantly seeking more effective methods of in-line color monitoring. In this application note, we discuss a versatile spectral system for non-contact color measurements.
In this episode, we cover color measurement with experts Matt Kremens, Director of Engineering, Applied Systems; James Gass, Manager, Test and Calibration; and Ethan Montag, Senior Scientist. Topics include basics of color (1:20); emissive and reflective color (4:38); color measurement examples; (16:25); and color beyond aesthetic considerations (24:40).
The LTMS is a spectroscopy-based system for real-time, in-line monitoring of liquids including industrial dyes, plating baths, and other chemical coatings.