Producing and printing high quality color is a complicated process that demands accuracy and consistency. Far too often, incorrect and inconsistent lighting and viewing conditions result in costly communication problems during the color reproduction process. To combat these problems, the industry has established a set of technical specifications defining tight tolerance and viewing conditions.
The international standard is ISO 3664:2009 entitled “Graphic technology and photography–Viewing conditions”. The standard specifies light quality, intensity, illuminating-viewing geometry, surround conditions, and evenness. All GTI Graphiclite® color viewing systems conform to the ISO 3664:2009 standard. GTI viewing products lead the world for critical color image viewing. Quality and performance is further guaranteed by tight manufacturing tolerances in lamp production.
The CVX family of D50 color viewing stations features state-of-the-art electronic ballasts combined with Graphiclite T8 fluorescent lamps, producing superior light evenness, excellent rear wall illumination, and enhanced energy efficiency. CVX units include a built in print bar, removable side walls, and LiteGuard II, which displays lamp warm up, lamp hours, and remaining lamp life. During set up the viewing station’s height can be set to accommodate your viewing environment (available on CVX-3052/FS and CVX-30106/FS models only).