Originally Posted by ConnecTEDDD
No, it's not attached.
For i1PRO1 the original base plate was required for reflectance measurements, or for running the X-Rite Diagnistics Software, but for emissive measurements, only an opaque surface that don't let light through was required.
Now i1PRO2 features a Built-in wavelength calibration technology and it's using the white tile to automatically self diagnose and correct for small shifts doing a mechanical alignment (of the 41 10nm increments binned from 128 sensors) based on that white's tile reflectance reading.
Would you happen to know if the self calibration is internal to the i1pro2 or does it rely on either drivers or code in the user software. In other words, if used in legacy mode, you don't get the benefit of this self calibration.
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