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LS-100/110 Value Plus Program The superb service contract available to owners of Minolta color & light measuring instruments provides nine big benefits. This unique combination of service contradct features ensures that your color or light measurement instrument will operate at optimum performance, day in and day out.
|DATA PRINTER DP-10|
The data printer can be used to print out data from LS-100/110.
|ROLL PAPER DP-A22 ( 5 ROLLS)|
Replacement paper ( 5 rolls) for the Data Printer.
|LS/RS-232/DB9 Interface Cable (for LS's purchased before Dec. 2000)|
A cable to connect LS-100/110 to a PC to transmit data from the meter to a computer.
|CLOSE-UP LENS NO. 122|
The close up lens number 122 allows measurement of a smaller spot size than without a lens 3.2mm in diameter.
|CLOSE-UP LENS NO. 153|
The close up lens number 153 allows measurement of a smaller spot size than without a lens 8.0mm in diameter.
|CLOSE-UP LENS NO. 135|
The close up lens number 135 allows measurement of a smaller spot size than without a lens 5.2mm in diameter.
|CLOSE-UP LENS NO. 110|
The close up lens number 110 allows measurement of a smaller spot size than without a lens 1.32mm in diameter.
|Mini Tripod with Swivel Head|
Small tripod that connects to LS-100/110 Luminance Meter to position in desired area or aiming point.
For storing instrument and accessories.
|EYEPIECE ND FILTER|
Reduces amount of light seen in viewfinder.
|Lens Cap 40.5mm|
Protects lens from damage while in storage.
|LS-A12 2-way Interface Cable |
Data cable to connect meter to a PC for upload/download
Protects eyepiece lens from damage while in storage. The eyepiece cap can be used to keep the external light from entering the meter through the eyepiece when meter is used in REMOTE control mode.
|ANGLE FINDER |
The angle finder VN allows the measuring area and measurement display inside the CS-100A to be seen at a 90-degree angle to the normal viewfinder.
|LONG EYE RELIEF|
The long eye relief eyepiece permits the measuring area and the display inside the viewfinder to be seen with the eye two inches away from the eyepiece.