Tobias Associates Inc / TBX1000C Color Transmission Densitometer



The TBX1000C insures consistent process control in the manufacturing of films, laminates, and substrates. It measures density and density difference of either color or black and white substrates.  
Single-Step measurement of Color, UV, or IR Transmission Optical Density
The TBX1000C(tm) Color Transmission Densitometer insures consistent process control in the manufacture of films, laminates, and substrates. The TBX1000C, with Status A (Status M on request), measures density and density difference of either color or black & white substrate with a great degree of accuracy and precision. Status A is used for reading positives, such as transparencies and prints. Status M for reading negatives. The unit has the capability of reading up to three color filters, plus visual. Custom filter set, including for measuring infrared and ultraviolet, can be used. The different filters are easily selected by rotating the knob at the end of the probe. The unit has both an absolute mode and a relative mode, which can be used for comparing the measured values to a previously stored value for consistent process control. Transmission Densitometer/Opacity Meter measures and calculates percent opacity, percent transmission, and transmission optical density. There is no more need to figure the percentages manually. The unit has been designed for user convenience and error-free measurement.  The data can be uploaded to a spreadsheet via the USB port using an optional data transfer program (p/n A2128).
  • Measures density and density difference
  • Use for color or black & white substrates
  • Soft key menu operation
  • 7.5 inch throat to measure large samples
  • Accurate repeatable readings
  • Software Calibration
  • Switchable LED table lamps
  • Takes RGB readings using Status A filter set
  • Status M and custom filters upon request
  • Easy selectable filters
  • USB port
  • Data capture program available.




Other Models Available 
  • TBX 1000  - Density , Density Difference
  • TBX 1500  - Density , Density Difference , Positive and Negative Dot Areas
  • TBX 2000  - Density , Density Difference , % Transmission , % Opacity 

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