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It has to do with the placement:

If you place the Protractor horizontally above your meter it will display to you dual axis.

Thanks Ted, understand. You use the gyro for the meters.

But it is still not clear to me how this should work for the horizontal angle between meter and TV.

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It has to do with the placement:

If you place the Protractor horizontally above your meter it will display to you dual axis.

Thanks Ted, understand. You use the gyro for the meters.

But it is still not clear to me how this should work for the horizontal angle between meter and TV.

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As you are looking your picture, put the laser measuring tool to the left side of the meter and measure the distance, later place it to the right side, and if they match when you are ok. Put mound using a Painters blue tape a hard paper on your TV becasue the laser will reflect and will give you wrong measurements.

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Now ware a talking the same language. smile.gif
So basicly we do the same, I just use the rail where the meter is mounted.
Doing it this way the distance between left/right must be as large a possible. Using Your meters left/right side as a reference point You only have a few cm and the accurary of the laser distance meter is +/- 1.5mm.
So the horizontal alignment is not very precise, so why wasting a lot of time to setup the meters for 0.01° precision if it can not be aligned to the TV with the same accuracy?
What I'm tyring to say is that everything below 1° should be accurate enough and can be done a lot faster.
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Now ware a talking the same language. smile.gif
So basicly we do the same, I just use the rail where the meter is mounted.
Doing it this way the distance between left/right must be as large a possible. Using Your meters left/right side as a reference point You only have a few cm and the accurary of the laser distance meter is +/- 1.5mm.
So the horizontal alignment is not very precise, so why wasting a lot of time to setup the meters for 0.01° precision if it can not be aligned to the TV with the same accuracy?
What I'm tyring to say is that everything below 1° should be accurate enough and can be done a lot faster.

Yes, I'm not spending extra time for extreme precision, 0.05° - 0.1° is ok wink.gif

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Were you able to make detailed comparisons of the K10a plasma table results versus the Jeti 1211?

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Were you able to make detailed comparisons of the K10a plasma table results versus the Jeti 1211?

Hey Jim, I will but I want to have 3 difference Plasma brands to compare, now I have access to 2 different.

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 I used the Jeti 1211 to profile the K10-A before I ran the 9300 point patch set (customized by zoyd) profile using LS for my VT60.
SS, If you want to measure an area of 25mm diameter you need to place the JETI 1211 with a distance of 80.65cm from the display's panel surface and later Klein K-10A at 12.5cm distance; to match with accuracy their FOV.
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Ted, actually I have been using on-screen mode for my active meter (K10-A with extension and rubber tip) and off-screen for the Jeti 1211 as reference meter.

As I have been saying for guys like us. Getting the meter profile matrix as close to perfect as possible, will make or break a great 3DLUT calibration with the type of meters we use.

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Klein's site says that K-10A has Measurement Area/Distance: 22mm diameter / 110 mm fr

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Ted, actually I have been using on-screen mode for my active meter (K10-A with extension and rubber tip) and off-screen for the Jeti 1211 as reference meter.

As I have been saying for guys like us. Getting the meter profile matrix as close to perfect as possible, will make or break a great 3DLUT calibration with the type of meters we use.

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Some corrections after having new data about Klein's FOV.

Klein's site says for K-10A that: ''Measurement Area/Distance: 22mm diameter / 110 mm from display''

These data were coming from K-10 SF meter, it's different for K-10A.

K-10A has FOV of about 62.2mm diameter from 11 cm from the display.

When you have attached the rubber hood the K-10A's FOV is 48.2mm.

When you want to match Klein's FOV while you have it's rubber hood attached, you need to place JETI 1211 with a distance of 138cm.

If you want to match Klein's FOV while you have it in non-contact mode without any accessory attached with 11cm distance from the display, you need to place JETI 1211 with a distance of 200,6cm.
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Klein K-10A FOV when you use the meter in contact mode:

When you have attached the rubber hood only, the K-10A's FOV is 48.2mm.

When you have attached the extension tube only the K-10A's FOV is 54.9mm.

When you have attached the extension tube and the rubber hood, the K-10A's FOV is 60.1mm.
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