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Low-cost small light booth 3 illuminants D65-A-TL84

byko-spectra mini, TL84, 230V

  • Simple color appraisal under 3 illuminants

  • Department store light TL84

  • For use with 230 V
$985.00 €948.00 excl. taxes & shipping cost

Features

  • Three different illuminants:

    • Daylight D65 (Class B)

    • Incandescent light A

    • Department store light TL84

  • Economical testing in a compact design: Viewing area 33 x 46 x 25 cm

  • Easy to operate by using individual switches for each illuminant

  • Fast setup in a minute without any tools

  • For laboratory and production use

Technical Attributes

    Technical Specifications

  • Viewing Area
    46 x 25 x 33 cm
  • Viewing Area
    18 x 10 x 13 in
  • No. of Illuminants
    3
  • Illuminants
    • Daylight  (D65)
    • Incandescent light  (A)
    • Department store light  (TL84)
  • Light Source for Daylight
    Fluorescent tubes
  • Voltage
    230 V, 50/60 Hz
  • Size
    Small
  • Size - Voltage
    {1761} - {1229}
  • General

  • Weight
    10 kg
  • Weight
    22 lb
  • Dimensions: L x W x H
    52 x 34 x 46 cm
  • Dimensions: L x W x H
    20.5 x 13.25 x 18 in

Standards

ISO

3668

ASTM

D1729

Delivery Content

Light booth
3 illuminants: D65, A, TL84 (6045)
Factory certificate
Manual

Knowledge

Visual color evaluation in a light booth

Uniform color is directly associated with high quality and influences our purchasing decision. This is especially true for multi-component products consisting of different materials being produced by different suppliers. The human eye is often the final judge for approving a new design. Therefore, the visual inspection conditions need to be standardized to guarantee repeatable visual results. The most important color match is under natural daylight. The CIE defined several standard daylight illuminants with D65 being the most important one. The lamps used in a light booth must simulate CIE D65 as close as possible. Until now, fluorescent tubes were used to simulate D65. A new unique lighting setup is now able to achieve class A quality by simulating CIE D65 with a smart combination of filtered halogen lamps and LEDs.

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