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X-Rite has launched the next generation of its NetProfiler software to help customers streamline their workflows by verifying, optimizing and certifying handheld and benchtop spectrophotometers used at locations worldwide on a regular basis.
The new NetProfiler 3.0 allows companies to calibrate spectrophotometers in design departments, on factory floors and in test labs to a single virtual standard, ensuring that color measurements taken at distant locations are accurate and reliable throughout the supply chain. It is said to extend the power of profiling to handheld devices with embedded profiling capabilities.
‘We are particularly excited about our new NetProfiler solutions for handheld spectrophotometers, extending the benefits of profiling to a new category of devices and customer workflows,’ said Richard Knapp, product manager for the software. He added that all versions of the new software have improved speed and stability on personal computers and can be run offline to store profiles on portable USB memory sticks.
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