OPEN YOUR EYES

MYIRO-1 MEASURES WHAT YOU SEE

Since more than twenty years Graphic Arts users had to rely on either expensive but accurate or cheap but simple instruments.
It was like having only one eye.

The innovative MYIRO-1 system combines accuracy with a very attractive price.
It captures the behavior of your sample and outputs all the M-conditions you need in just one scan.

All in one

M0, M1 & M2 in one scan
 

Wherever you like

Wireless connection for greater flexibility

MYIRO-1 untethers you for improved handling, stress-free measurements and data transfer.

See what you print

MYIRO-1 measures your monitor for accurate colour on screen

Illumination/viewing system 45°a:0° (annular illumination)*1
Spectral separation device Concave grating
Wavelength range Spectral reflectance: 380 to 730 nm Spectral irradiance: 360 to 730 nm
Wavelength pitch 10 nm
Half bandwidth appr. 10 nm
Measurement area ø 3.5 mm
Light source LED
Measurement range Reflectance: 0 to 150% / Density: 0.0 D to 2.5D
Repeatability Colorimetric: Within 𝞼∆E00 0.05 (When white calibration plate is measured 30 times in 10-second intervals after white calibration has been performed)
Inter-instrument agreement Within ∆E00 0.3 (Average of 12 BCRA Series II color tiles compared to values measured with a master body under manufacturer's standard conditions)
Measurement time (single-point) Appr. 1s
Measurement conditions *2 M0, M1, M2, User-defined illuminant
Observers 2° Standard Observer, 10° Standard Observer
Status indicator LED to indicate instruments status
Interface Wireless LAN (802.11 b/g/n); USB 2.0
Scanning measurements Scanning of color charts under all measurement conditions in one single scan
Power USB bus power; Rechargeable internal battery
Dimensions (WxDxH) 73 mm x 171 mm x 71 mm
Operating temperature/humidity range 10° to 35°C, 30% to 85% relative humidity with no condensation
Storage temperature/humidity range 0° to 45°C, 0% to 85% relative humidity with no condensation
*1 Illumination for wavelengths under 400 nm is unidirectional
*2 M0, M1, M2: Illumination conditions defined in ISO 13655