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Sekonic C-7000 Spectrometer Color Meter

BH #SEC7000 • MFR #401-710
Sekonic C-7000 Spectrometer Color Meter
Key Features
  • Designed for Industrial Applications
  • Measures all Forms of Continuous Light
  • Measures Flash
  • Reads Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density
The Spectrometer C-7000 Color Meter from Sekonic is a portable handheld spectrometer, designed especially for industrial use. Utilizing Sekonic's CMOS linear image sensor design and software, the C-7000 can measure every light source (LED, HMI, fluorescent, natural light, and electronic flash spectrum) with remarkable precision and data feedback.
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Does this meter list correction gels / values for ...

Does this meter list correction gels / values for a targeted light temp like the Sekonic C-800?
Asked by: Austin
The Sekonic C-7000 SpectroMaster Color Meter would not list correct gels/values for a targeted temperature like the C-800.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-03-03

Can this unit be calibrated or certified for ...

Can this unit be calibrated or certified for industries that require measurement with calibrated/certified instruments?
Asked by: Glenn
The Sekonic C-7000 Color Meter has all safety and accuracy certifications, but no specialized industrial certifications.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2021-08-27

Can this unit be calibrated and/or certified for ...

Can this unit be calibrated and/or certified for industries that require measurement with calibrated/certified instruments?
Asked by: Glenn
Calibration and possible certification are done by the USA distributor of Sekonic. https://bit.ly/3BmQwoK .
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2023-03-14

Can this be used for color analysis of roasted ...

Can this be used for color analysis of roasted coffee beans ?
Asked by: Aaron
No, the following unit is a spectro but will only capture measurements of all forms of continuous light. Please review the following item if you are trying to capture the color code of a coffee bean. Datacolor ColorReader Color Matching Tool https://bhpho.to/3BLhrdS
Answered by: hectorm
Date published: 2021-09-05

What's the diference between this and the C-800?

What's the diference between this and the C-800?
Asked by: Joe
The Sekonic C-7000 Spectrometer Color Meter BH #SEC7000 is designed for industrial applications and the C-800 is designed for photo and video based work.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2023-12-13

Does this unit have a data port that would allow ...

Does this unit have a data port that would allow it to interface to an external radio for remote sensing?
Asked by: Bill
The Sekonic C-7000 SpectroMaster Color Meter Bundle Kit does not have a port for remote sensing via radio.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2022-05-27

Can the C-7000 automatically take multiple data ...

Can the C-7000 automatically take multiple data points (30 points every 1 minute)?
Asked by: R&D
The Sekonic C-7000 Spectrometer Color Meter Bundle Kit BH #SEC7000K does not have the ability to do 30 readings per minute.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2023-06-15

does unit measure all reflected ambient light? Is ...

does unit measure all reflected ambient light? Is there a recommended way to measure only the light source (black box or tent)?
Asked by: Coral
The Sekonic C-7000 Spectrometer Color Meter Bundle Kit can read most type of light and can measure it in , CIE1931/CIE1964 CIE1976/CIELUV CRI (Color Rendering Index) Correlated Color Temperature (TCP) Deviation (Δ uv) Dominant Wavelength (λd) Footcandle Horizontal Footcandle (HFc) Lux Lux Sec (HLx) Peak Wavelength (λp) Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density (PPFD) Purity (Pe)
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2023-06-27
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