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    X-Rite (Macbeth) Judge II Complete Replacement Lamp Kits - T8

    X-Rite (Macbeth) Judge II Complete Replacement Lamp Kits - T8
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    X-Rite (Macbeth) Judge II-S Complete Replacement Lamp Kits. Find a complete replacement light bulb kit for your Macbeth Judge II-S from the table below.

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    X-Rite (Macbeth) Judge II-S Replacement Lamp/Light Bulb Kits - T8

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    Judge II-S D65 A light bluish colored light source used in color matching applications of paints, plastics,textiles, raw inks, and other manufactured products. D65 appears more neutral in balance to the eye even though the spectral graph does not correlate. D65 accentuates blue and subdues green and red.

    D65 is the only daylight source that was actually measured. The other daylight sources were mathematically derived from these measurements. D65 is derived from the average of measurements made of light coming in a north facing window in the northern (European) hemisphere on an overcast day at various times through the day throughout the year.

    D65 is also the reference illuminant used in sRGB and Adobe RGB (1998) color spaces. HDTV and SMPTE-C (SDTV) also use D65 as the reference white point.
    / TL84 European Commercial Fluorescent Lighting, 4100K, (TL84), A narrow band tri-phosphor fluorescent source originally designed for commercial lighting applications outside North America. It is characterized by emitting high amounts of green energy, with a color temperature of approximately 4100K. It has a CRI of approximately 86. Complete Replacement Lamp Kit
    A-LK/JU6584
    Judge II (6500K A light bluish colored light source used in color matching applications of paints, plastics,textiles, raw inks, and other manufactured products. D65 appears more neutral in balance to the eye even though the spectral graph does not correlate. D65 accentuates blue and subdues green and red.

    D65 is the only daylight source that was actually measured. The other daylight sources were mathematically derived from these measurements. D65 is derived from the average of measurements made of light coming in a north facing window in the northern (European) hemisphere on an overcast day at various times through the day throughout the year.

    D65 is also the reference illuminant used in sRGB and Adobe RGB (1998) color spaces. HDTV and SMPTE-C (SDTV) also use D65 as the reference white point.
    /TL84 European Commercial Fluorescent Lighting, 4100K, (TL84), A narrow band tri-phosphor fluorescent source originally designed for commercial lighting applications outside North America. It is characterized by emitting high amounts of green energy, with a color temperature of approximately 4100K. It has a CRI of approximately 86.) Lamp Kit

    This kit consists of two (2) F20T8/65 fluorescent daylight lamps, one (1) F20T12/CW cool white fluorescentA wide band single phosphor fluorescent source commonly used in commercial lighting applications in North America. CWF is characterized by emitting high amounts of green energy, with a color temperature of approximately 4100K. It has a CRI or approximately 62., one (1) F20T8/TL84 European Commercial Fluorescent Lighting, 4100K, (TL84), A narrow band tri-phosphor fluorescent source originally designed for commercial lighting applications outside North America. It is characterized by emitting high amounts of green energy, with a color temperature of approximately 4100K. It has a CRI of approximately 86. narrow band fluorescent used in Europe, one (1) 75 watt halogen illuminant AIlluminant A (2865K) is a common household light bulb that is yellowish red in color., and one (1) F20T8/BLB UV Ultraviolet Light (UV) – Light energy not normally visible to the human eye, but which is present in natural daylight. UV energy has the ability to excite certain substances (dyes/pigments/chemicals) within a sample causing them to emit light in the visible spectrum, usually in the blue region. These substances are used in various products to brighten colors, particularly whites. It is necessary to include correct amounts of UV energy in a color matching system to allow for optimum simulations of natural daylight.. lamp.
    Judge II-S D65 A light bluish colored light source used in color matching applications of paints, plastics,textiles, raw inks, and other manufactured products. D65 appears more neutral in balance to the eye even though the spectral graph does not correlate. D65 accentuates blue and subdues green and red.

    D65 is the only daylight source that was actually measured. The other daylight sources were mathematically derived from these measurements. D65 is derived from the average of measurements made of light coming in a north facing window in the northern (European) hemisphere on an overcast day at various times through the day throughout the year.

    D65 is also the reference illuminant used in sRGB and Adobe RGB (1998) color spaces. HDTV and SMPTE-C (SDTV) also use D65 as the reference white point.
    / U30 US Energy Saving Commercial Fluorescent, A narrow band tri-phosphor fluorescent source originally designed for commercial lighting applications inside North America where energy savings is required. It is characterized by emitting high amounts of yellowish red energy, with a color temperature of approximately 3000K. It has a CRI of approximately 86. Complete Replacement Lamp Kit
    A-LK/JU65U30 US Energy Saving Commercial Fluorescent, A narrow band tri-phosphor fluorescent source originally designed for commercial lighting applications inside North America where energy savings is required. It is characterized by emitting high amounts of yellowish red energy, with a color temperature of approximately 3000K. It has a CRI of approximately 86.
    Judge II (6500K A light bluish colored light source used in color matching applications of paints, plastics,textiles, raw inks, and other manufactured products. D65 appears more neutral in balance to the eye even though the spectral graph does not correlate. D65 accentuates blue and subdues green and red.

    D65 is the only daylight source that was actually measured. The other daylight sources were mathematically derived from these measurements. D65 is derived from the average of measurements made of light coming in a north facing window in the northern (European) hemisphere on an overcast day at various times through the day throughout the year.

    D65 is also the reference illuminant used in sRGB and Adobe RGB (1998) color spaces. HDTV and SMPTE-C (SDTV) also use D65 as the reference white point.
    /U30 US Energy Saving Commercial Fluorescent, A narrow band tri-phosphor fluorescent source originally designed for commercial lighting applications inside North America where energy savings is required. It is characterized by emitting high amounts of yellowish red energy, with a color temperature of approximately 3000K. It has a CRI of approximately 86.) Lamp Kit

    This kit consists of two (2) F20T8/65 fluorescent daylight lamps, one (1) F20T12/CW cool white fluorescentA wide band single phosphor fluorescent source commonly used in commercial lighting applications in North America. CWF is characterized by emitting high amounts of green energy, with a color temperature of approximately 4100K. It has a CRI or approximately 62., one (1) F20T8/U30 US Energy Saving Commercial Fluorescent, A narrow band tri-phosphor fluorescent source originally designed for commercial lighting applications inside North America where energy savings is required. It is characterized by emitting high amounts of yellowish red energy, with a color temperature of approximately 3000K. It has a CRI of approximately 86. narrow band fluorescent used in US retail, one (1) 75 watt halogen illuminant AIlluminant A (2865K) is a common household light bulb that is yellowish red in color., and one (1) F20T8/BLB UV Ultraviolet Light (UV) – Light energy not normally visible to the human eye, but which is present in natural daylight. UV energy has the ability to excite certain substances (dyes/pigments/chemicals) within a sample causing them to emit light in the visible spectrum, usually in the blue region. These substances are used in various products to brighten colors, particularly whites. It is necessary to include correct amounts of UV energy in a color matching system to allow for optimum simulations of natural daylight.. lamp.

     

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    List price $140.00
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    Size (inches) 24
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