Model #: splqc

SpectraLight QC

The SpectraLight QC is the light booth of choice for color-critical visual assessment of large and small items under daylight and other lighting conditions; includes 7 light sources.

Control Lighting Conditions

Consistent quality control in color-critical product categories is finally possible thanks to the SpectraLight QC light booth and luminaire. This holistic visual color assessment system features state-of-the-art light sources, including natural filtered daylight, making it easy to meet practically any specification. A data-driven back-end ensures inter-instrument agreement across the supply chain, allowing unprecedented reporting and traceability on unit settings, lamp performance, operator certifications, and more.

The SpectraLight QC features seven light sources, more than any other light booth or luminaire on the market.This includes CIE Daylight, Cool White Fluorescent, Incandescent “A” & 2300K/Horizon, UVA, and two more fluorescent types (choice of U30, U35, TL83, and TL84).  Profiles can be created to share preferences and settings across the supply chain.

Benefits:

  • Filtered tungsten halogen daylight provides the most accurate daylight simulation available for optimum visual assessment.
  • Built-in sensors automatically adjust fluorescent lamp voltage to achieve instant stability and compensate for changes in lamp performance after many hours of use.
  • Every instrument starts with exacting UV calibration. Built-in sensors monitor and correct UV output to maintain inter-instrument agreement.
  • Real-time digital lux output can be adjusted to comply with ASTM and AATCC standards based on the sample type or user needs.
  • X-Rite replacement lamps are marked with unique serial numbers to ensure consistent performance and better traceability.

Lighting is one of the most critical influencers of accurate color evaluation. 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. This acts to reduce human error and waste due to rejects and rework, shorten time to market and improve overall product quality. The system also includes value-added training programs through the X-Rite Visual QC Institute.

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Specifications

Lamp Life 400-2000hrs
Light Level Adjustment Digital
Light Level Sensor Yes
Light Source

Daylight Light Source: D50 or D65

Fluorescent Light Source: CWF, UVA, and two of U30, U35, TL84

Incandescent Light Source: CIE A, ‘Horizon’ a dim incandescent at 2300K

Total Light Sources 7
Humidity Rh 0 to 95% max (non-condensing) 
Operating Temperature Range 32°F to 95°F / 0°C to 35°C
Storage Temperature Range -40°F to 158°F / -40°C to 70°C
Material Steel
Viewing Area (length, width, height) 35 in x 23 in x 23 in / 90 cm x 58 cm x 58 cm
Dimensions (length, width, height) D 24 x H 27.6 x W 37.2 in / D 610 x H 700 x W 945 mm 
Communication Interface Touchpad
Instrument Display

LCD Screen

Languages Supported English/Chinese
Voltage 100, 115, 230V
Warm Up Time Instant On
Wattage 1150W
Industry Standards

ISO: 3664, 3668, 13076, 23603

AATCC: EP9

ASTM: D1729

SAE: J361

DIN: 6173

CIE: S012/E, 51.2

BSI: BS 950 Pt.2

Calibration Yes
Lamp Timer Yes
Safety UL Listed
Service Indicator Yes
UV Metamerism Index Grade B
Visible Metamerism Index Grade A
Warranty 1-2 year

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