CHROMiX Measuring - Supported Targets

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Revision as of 18:57, 26 May 2016

available in Maxwell Client version 5.5 or later

Multiple target definition file types are supported when measuring. In many cases you may use a target and its definition file on an instrument for which it was not originally intended.

There are some limitations, however. So we have summarized the support in the following table:

Target Creator Tool i1pro iO iSis Spectro LFP Spectropad FD-9
MeasureTool
ColorPort
i1Profile
Barbieri Chart Generator
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