Canon SU-21 Spectrophotometer For iPF6450

Canon SU-21 Spectrophotometer For iPF6450

Canon SU-21 Spectrophotometer For iPF6450

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Canon SU-21 Spectrophotometer For iPF6450

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Product Highlights

  • Ensures Accurate Color Calibration
  • Seamlessly Switch Between Media
  • Scan Speed: 10.0" Per Second
  • Single-Piece Backing Plate
  • User-Switchable UV Blocking Filter
  • Calibration Charts For 3rd-Party Media
  • Complies With 2010 XRGA Measurements
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As an optional add-on to the iPF6450 printer, the Canon SU-21 Spectrophotometer is designed to increase color accuracy and reliability so your prints come out right the first time. The spectrophotometer is easy to install and attaches right onto the front of the printer. The spectrophotometer complies with 2010 XRGA measurements and comes with calibration charts for popular 3rd-party media

The sensor's fully automated mobile carriage provides the ability to use media of different thicknesses
Includes a user-switchable single-piece backing plate
The user-switchable UV blocking filter can be switched on and off according to the paper type
Scan speed of 10.0" per second
Generate color calibration charts for 3rd party media
Complies with 2010 XRGA measurement standards
UPC: 013803150797
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Canon SU-21 Spectrophotometer For iPF6450
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Specifications
    Scan Speed 10.0"/second (25.4 cm/second)
    Certifications 2010 XRGA
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 71.0 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 55.0 x 24.0 x 19.0"

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