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Epson Announces New SpectroProofer In-Line Spectrophotometer

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Expanded SpectroProofer Product Line Developed Jointly with X-Rite Supports M1 Standard 

CHICAGO - Epson today announced the SpectroProofer®-UVS, a new in-line spectrophotometer for its 17-, 24- and 44-inch Epson Stylus® Pro printers. Developed jointly with X-Rite, and driven by industry leading supporting RIP technology, these optional SpectroProofers provide automated color management and verification-related tasks in a wide variety of proofing applications.

The new SpectroProofer-UVS models support the M1 measurement illumination standard and are UV selectable between M1 and M2. Additionally the UVS models support up to 50 percent more patches per scan and slightly faster measurement times. The SpectroProofer series allows for color consistency between Epson 17-, 24- and 44-inch printers, making them ideal for commercial graphics, package proofing, and remote proofing applications. Current SpectroProofer owners have the option to upgrade to the new ILS30EP component of SpectroProofer-UVS models to ensure full compatibility with the latest industry standards.

“The new SpectroProofer-UVS models were designed based on direct feedback from customers, and build on the more than five years of success of the current SpectroProofer series,” said Larry Kaufman, product manager, Professional Imaging, Epson America, Inc. “Combined with the industry leading color gamut of the Epson UltraChrome® HDR ink set used in the Epson Stylus Pro 900-series printers, Epson continues to be the number one choice for serious prepress proofing professionals.”

 

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