Shed lights QC D65, TL84, TL83, CWF, Some lights as Light Source
D65 International standard Artificial Daylight TL84 Applied to stores in Europe, Japan Cool White Fluorescent) American Standard 18 F/A “Sun-setting Light Yellow” incandescent light source(imitation of the sunset) 40 UV Viewing under ultraviolet light to detect and evaluate optical brighteners or fluorescent pigments Wave length:365nm 20 TL83 Warm White Fluorescent American Standard Shed lights QC

  • D65: D65 is a standardized daylight illuminant used in color assessment. It represents average daylight at a color temperature of approximately 6500 Kelvin (K) and is often used as the reference light source for color matching and quality control in various industries.
  • TL84: TL84 is a fluorescent light source commonly used in color evaluation, especially for printed materials and textiles. It has a color temperature of around 4000 K and is known for its use in retail environments, where it simulates the illumination found in stores.
  • TL83: Similar to TL84, TL83 is another type of fluorescent light source. It has a color temperature of around 3000 K and is commonly used for color evaluation in graphic arts, printing, and photography.
  • CWF (Cool White Fluorescent): CWF is a type of fluorescent light with a color temperature of approximately 4150 K. It is used for color assessment and quality control, particularly in industries like graphic design, photography, and printing.
  • UV (Ultraviolet): UV light is used in some specific applications to assess the fluorescence and optical brightening agents in certain materials, such as paper, textiles, and coatings. UV light can reveal hidden properties that are not visible under standard lighting conditions.

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