Instrument Inspector

The Instrument Inspector is a physical target used to validate how your spectrophotometer device measures color and verify its stability over time.

When you purchase an Instrument Inspector target, you receive access to the Online Control Center, secured account at Chromachecker.com, where you’ll find access to a wealth of industry comparison data, plus access to your target’s online home. 

There are three versions of Instrument Inspector targets to match most every measurement device. Click here for full details.

 
Picture of the productInstrument Inspector - X42 Target
X-42 Target is designed for most instruments on the market but focused on X-Riteÿ instruments including DTP70, iSis, i1Pro, i1iO.

Includes the Instrument Inspector target and access to the Online Control Center for the lifetime of the target.


Price: 500.00
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INST_INSP-X42
Picture of the productInstrument Inspector - I42 Target
I-42 Target can be used with most automated strip measuring devices. It has the same 42 patches in the same sequence + extra four CMYK patches required by ITX software. Those CMYK patches are ignored during uploading data. It can be used with hand held devices in Spot mode. Do not measure first 4 patches (K,C,M,Y).

Includes the Instrument Inspector target and access to the Online Control Center for the lifetime of the target.


Price: 600.00
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INST_INSP-I42
Picture of the productInstrument Inspector - B42 Target
B-42 Target is designed for Barbieriÿ instruments. Can be used with hand held devices in Spot mode. For full compatibility list, check manual.

Includes the Instrument Inspector target and access to the Online Control Center for the lifetime of the target.


Price: 500.00
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How does it works?

  • Use the Instrument Inspector to capture reference data off the physical target and establishing a baseline for how your instrument measures color.

  • Upload the baseline data to your secured, Online Control Center at www.chromachecker.com, to be used as a reference point for all future analysis.

  • Regularly check the accuracy of your instrument by remeasuring the target and comparing against your stored baseline data.

  • Compare multiple instruments to one another to determine that all your instruments (in your shop and supply chain) are measuring color within your accepted level of color tolerance.

  • If the Instrument Inspector target data trends out of the manufacturer’s specified tolerances, you have lost critical confidence to produce a consistent, stable printed product and…you must take corrective action!