The Judge II and The Judge II-S make accurate color decisions,anywhere. From GretagMacbeth.
Applications for The Judge II include textiles, plastics, printing, inks, dyes, paints and cosmetics.
Whether you’re making a presentation,designing or selecting product color, the Judge II is an invaluable tool for evaluating color quality and uniformity.
This compact visual color evaluation system provides the closest fluorescent daylight simulation available today in a construction that will meet your needs. The Judge II combines exceptional versatility and quality and offers the best value where space is an important consideration when evaluating color quality and uniformity.
Improve Color Rendering With Patented Technology
GretagMacbeth’s seven-phosphor fluorescent daylight technology renders color more accurately. Typical threephosphor fluorescent technology accents blues and greens while suppressing reds, resulting in less accurate color matches. The patented GretagMacbeth lamps provide the closest daylight simulation available today, delivering the highest Color Rendering Index (CRI) in the industry.
Increase Color Approvals With Multiple, Switchable Light Sources
An important benefit of evaluating colors under multiple light sources is the ability to detect metamerism. This phenomenon occurs when colors appear to match under one set of viewing
conditions but fail to match under another.
By combining ultraviolet with the daylight source, the Judge II achieves the closest match to natural daylight available
in a fluorescent source. Ultraviolet can be used by itself or in combination with any of the light sources for the detection or evaluation of optical brighteners, whitening agents or fluorescent dyes and pigments.
The many advanced features of The Judge II will help you make critical color decisions with greater ease and confidence.
Conforms To International Standards
The Judge II conforms to or exceeds all major international standards for the visual evaluation of color. These include
ASTM D1729 for visual evaluation of color differences of opaque materials, ISO 3664 for illumination conditions for viewing color reproductions, as well as DIN, ANSI and BSI standards. Color communication errors are eliminated by
providing a low gloss, neutral gray (Munsell N 7/) surround that is shielded from ambient light.
To learn more about The Judge II and The Judge II-S viewing booths, contact us.
- Easily fits into a variety of workspaces, including offices, design studios and production areas
- Five different light sources – Daylight (choice of D50, D65 or D75), Cool White Fluorescent, Incandescent, Ultraviolet and choice of fluorescent U30, U35 or TL84
- Unique seven-phosphor fluorescent daylight technology renders color more accurately for the best visual color matches
- Ultraviolet source can be used by itself or in combination with of the light sources for detecting and evaluating optical brighteners, whitening agents or fluorescent dyes and pigments
- Conforms to or exceeds all major international standards for visual evaluation of color including:ASTM D1729, ISO3664, DIN, ANSI and BSI
|The Judge II||The Judge II-S|
|Dimensions||Size (Assembled)||Height: 22.25″ (56.5 cm)||Height: 21.85″ (55.5 cm)|
|Width: 27″ (68.6 cm)||Width: 26.5″ (67.3 cm)|
|Depth: 22.25″ (56.5 cm)||Depth: 20.5″ (52.1 cm)|
|Viewing Area||Height: 17″ (43.2 cm)||Height: 17.85″ (45.3 cm)|
|Width: 24″ (61 cm)||Width: 24″ (61 cm)|
|Depth: 19.75″ (50.2 cm)||Depth: 19.30″ (49 cm)|
|Weight||Weight/||35 lbs. (15.9 kg)/||50 lbs. (22.7 kg)/|
|Shipping Weight||40 lbs. (18.1 kg)||60 lbs. (27.2 kg)|
|Electrical Power Requirements||All Units||100 or 117 VAC/||220 or 240 VAC/|
|50-60 Hz||50-60 Hz|
|Sources||Daylight Options*||7500K, CIE D75 North Sky Daylight|
6500K, CIE D65 Average North Sky Daylight
5000K, CIE D50 Noon Sky Daylight
|Cool White Fluorescent||4150K, Typical Store/Office Lighting Wide Band Fluorescent|
|Custom Illuminant Options||Ultralume 30, Warm White, TL83, TL84, or TL85|
|Illuminant “A”||2856K, Typical Incandescent Home Lighting|
|Ultraviolet||Filtered Near UV|
|The choice of a specific daylight source should be based on the standard governing your industry or application. Specifications subject to change without notice.|