|Statistics Included in all Novo Gloss models||Hard-case/Cable Included|
|Large Memory for 999 Readings||New Ergonomic Design|
|Pass/Fail and Gloss Difference||for Super Comfort|
|Software Included for Excel Analysis||10 Year Lamp Warranty|
|Extended Gloss Range to 2000GU||Excellent Repeatability of 0.2GU|
|Light weight at only 0.9lb. - 0.4kg.||Best Value|
If you already know model you desire, proceed below and click on the model you need, otherwise go to Gloss Introduction to learn which model is right for you.
|HIGH GLOSS - 20°||SEMI-GLOSS - 60°||LOW GLOSS - 85°|
|THE ALL IN ONE: Novo-GLOSS Trigloss 20°, 60°, 85°|
When one requires measuring all three types of surfaces described above, we have a Novo-Gloss Trigloss unit that simultaneously measures all three geometries. Immediately recognize deviations from the specification. With all three geometries; 20°, 60°, 85°, in one unit, it is as handy as the one angle unit.
Having three geometries in one unit allows you to be in compliance with international standards and to quickly recognize quality variations. View one angle only or all three. All the selected geometries are measuring at the exact same location. The results are displayed instantly, including statistics.
Measure Gloss, Haze, Distinctness of Image & RSPEC
with the: Rhopoint IQ Goniophotometer
|THE ULTIMATE IMAGE QUALITY METER: Rhopoint IQ 20/60/85° Gloss, Haze, DOI & RSPEC Meter|
The Rhopoint IQ instrument measures the following parameters with a single button push:
20/60/85° GLOSS , HAZE, REFLECTED IMAGE QUALITY (RIQ) , DISTINCTNESS OF IMAGE (DOI) and RSPEC
A high quality finish is important in a number of industries. Orange peel and haze have a huge impact on finish quality. Standard glossmeters cannot measure these effects that reduce visual quality.
Gloss is measured by shining a known amount of light at a surface and quantifying the reflectance. The angle of the light and the method by which the reflectance is measured are determined by the surface.
Gloss is determined using a Gloss Meter which directs a light at a specific angle to the test surface and simultaneously measures the amount of reflection. The type of surface to be measured determines the gloss meter angle to be used and thus the gloss meter model.
The intensity is dependent on the material and the angle of illumination. In case of nonmetals (coatings, plastics) the amount of reflected light increases with the increase of the illumination angle. The remaining illuminated light penetrates the material and is absorbed or diffusely scattered dependent on the color.
Metals have a much higher reflection and are less angle dependent than non metals.
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