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X-Rite Macbeth Judge II-S Viewing Booth (Discontinued)

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GretagMacbeth (X-Rite) Judge II-S Viewing Booth is a stationery viewing booth that lets you spot color differences before your customers do with economic fluorescent daylight technology. The Macbeth Judge II-S has unique patented 7-phosphor daylight lamps that provide the most accurate and longest-lasting fluorescent daylight simulator.

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Description

Discontinued Fall 2015

Purchase the newest version of the Judge II light booth from X-Rite Judge QC Light Booths.

X-Rite Judge QC light booth is available in single daylight or dual daylight configuration.

GretagMacbeth (X-Rite) Judge II-S Viewing Booth

Macbeth Judge II-S uses patented 7-phosphor daylight simulation the closest simulation of natural daylight available in a fluorescent light source.

What does that mean for you?

That means you'll avoid costly erroneous approvals or rejects because the lighting skewed your color perception, plus youll get more lamp life from your investment. Judge II-S contains an even balance of color energy just like natural daylight.

The Macbeth Judge II-S gives you the ability to detect metamerism, or colors that match under one light but not another, with the flexabliblity of five different light sources. Utilize either simulated daylight (D50 D50 illuminantA near white light source used in the evaluation of graphic arts and imaging applications. Also used as reference illuminant for color matching in LAB color space.

It has similar amounts of red, green, and blue energy. It neither accentuates nor subdues color, a prime requirement when viewing press sheets and proofs since a wide range of colors can exist in an image.
),(D65 D65 IlluminantA 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.
),(D75 D75 Illuminant A bluish colored light source originally used for grading cotton and other evaluation applications. It has been replaced by D65 as the standard source for these applications. It accentuates blue and subdues green and red. It is derived from the light coming in a north facing window in the northern hemisphere at noon at various times throughout the year. ) cool white fluorescent”cwf" A 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. (CWF”cwf" A 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.) at 4150K, incandescent”Illuminant Illuminant A (2865K) is a common household light bulb that is yellowish red in color. (a typical light bulb) home lighting, custom fluorescent (TL84 TL84 illuminant 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. or 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.), or ultraviolet 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.. (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..).

Not your ordinary fluorescent technology

Commercial daylight lamps contain only 3-phosphors, which means they have higher blue/green energy. That could make your blue/green samples appear bluer and greener, while your red samples could appear dull. The more even the balance of color energy, the more accurately the light source renders color. This color energy is shown in a spectral power distribution curve (SPD). If your light source doesn't match the SPD curve for natural daylight, then your ability to evaluate color is skewed. That means you could be approving color that your customers will reject or vice versa!

Macbeth Judge II-S Features:

5 Light Sources Included:
  1. Daylight (D50 D50 illuminantA near white light source used in the evaluation of graphic arts and imaging applications. Also used as reference illuminant for color matching in LAB color space.

    It has similar amounts of red, green, and blue energy. It neither accentuates nor subdues color, a prime requirement when viewing press sheets and proofs since a wide range of colors can exist in an image.
    , D65 D65 IlluminantA 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.
    , or D75 D75 Illuminant A bluish colored light source originally used for grading cotton and other evaluation applications. It has been replaced by D65 as the standard source for these applications. It accentuates blue and subdues green and red. It is derived from the light coming in a north facing window in the northern hemisphere at noon at various times throughout the year. ) *
  2. Fluorescent (TL84 TL84 illuminant 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. or 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.) *
  3. Cool White Fluorescent (CWF”cwf" A 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.)
  4. Incandescent (A typical home light bulb)
  5. 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.. Alone for Detecting Optical Brightening & Fluorescent Whitening
    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.. Blended with Daylight - Simulating natural sunlight
  • Sidewalls Included
  • Elapsed time meter indicating lamp replacement
  • Meets or exceeds major international standards for visual color evaluation
    • ASTM D1729, ISO 3664, DIN, ANSI & BSI

* Choice of daylight and fluorescents sources. The choice of a specific daylight and fluorescent source should be based on the standard governing of your industry or application.

Specifications

Variant 1
List price $1,805.00
Type of Light Booth Desktop
Proofing Type No
Number of Light Sources 5 Different Light Sources
Viewing Area (H x W x D) 22.25 x 27 inches
Product Actual Weight 50 lbs
Physical Size (H x D x W) 22.25in x 22.25in x 27in
Warranty 1 Year Parts & Labor

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Questions on X-Rite Macbeth Judge II-S Viewing Booth (Discontinued)
I need the safeguards for this Judge II, and the manual instructions.
Best regards!
Eurotex Impex
The manual for the Judge II can be downloaded from this location
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From Eurotex Impex SRL Pascani Iasi Romania at 9/12/11 12:59 AM

I woulk like manual on the different lightings and what they mean.

specially CWF
Hi Aracell, CWF abbreviation for Cool White Fluorescent. If you click on the word CWF it will launch a pop-up with spectral graph of the light source and description.
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From Araceli Figueroa at 7/16/12 3:58 PM

What is UL3500?
Can this be used in Xrite macbeth JudgeII?
Hi Thomas, U35 is particular fluorescent light source. You can select "U35" as a fluorescent light option when adding the item to shopping cart. Thanks.
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From thomas M A at 8/1/13 3:47 AM

Are the lamps in the Judge II compiant with ISO 3664:2009 for D50 simulation?
Hi Danny, I do not think the Judge II is ISO 3664:2009 compliant. The Xrite Judge II product page and X-Rite product brochure do list ISO 3664 compliancy but not specifically for 2009 revision. Thanks. - Dan
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From Danny at 2/20/14 2:58 PM

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