Lighting is one of the most critical influencers of accurate color evaluation. A change in lighting can cause a dramatic change in the way you see color; for example, under one light source an item may appear to be military green while under another it may appear yellow. This is why evaluating color under controlled lighting conditions is essential in a color-critical workflow. By using the SpectraLight QC light booth during the design, specification, pre-production, production and quality assurance stages, color can be accurately evaluated under all relevant lighting conditions.
Brand owners, suppliers and manufacturers in the automotive, textiles and plastic industries can take advantage of the Spectralight QC light booth to improve color evaluation, saving time and money, and reducing errors.
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7 different light sources, more than any other light booth in the market, enabling you to quickly and easily evaluate products under the different light sources they will encounter. This includes Daylight, Incandescent “A,” Horizon, three fluorescents and UVa.
Profiles that can be created to share preferences and setting across the supply chain, ensuring consistency.
The most accurate rendering of daylight available anywhere in the market for optimum visual assessment thanks to the SpectraLight QC’s exclusive filtered tungsten halogen daylight.
Built-in sensors that automatically adjust voltage to maintain proper lighting levels, compensating for lamp age and wear. Real-time digital light output can be adjusted to comply with ASTM and AATCC standards for sample type or user needs.
Replacement lamps that are certified for consistent performance and better traceability.
The SpectraLight QC Light Booth is easy to use. After initial power-up, lamps achieve almost instant stability when switching between lamps. A helpful indicator acknowledges optimum stability to assure operators that it is in top condition.