GretagMacbeth Introduces the SpectraLight Jr. Portable Viewing Booth
Press release from the issuing company
Quality Expo, Chicago, IL, April 24, 2001 GretagMacbeth, worldwide technology leader in color measurement and management solutions, today introduced a portable version of its SpectraLight III color evaluation solution, the SpectraLight Jr. This is the first desktop viewing booth to offering accurate daylight simulation and a full range of color evaluation environments by offering four selectable lighting options plus UV. SpectraLight Jr. is an effective tool for designers and color pickers in the apparel, textile, appliance, cosmetic, packaging and graphic arts industries, as well as any industry requiring critical color evaluation on a daily basis.
The SpectraLight Jr. utilizes filtered tungsten halogen daylight simulation, providing a calibrated daylight viewing environment with a small footprint. Its sleek design enables integration into any work environment and is practical for the office desktop and point-of-purchase applications.
Incorporating the SpectraLight patented daylight filter design, SpectraLight Jr. provides accurate daylight simulation with an extended lamp life in excess of 2000 hours. Reducing electrical and cooling requirements, SpectraLight Jr. includes factory calibration and NIST traceable certification to ensure conformance with the requirements of national and international standards.
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