The device can measure all the key things – colour temperature, colour rendering (for colours R1-R15), light output, peak intensity, and illuminance. There are settings for measuring single or multiple light sources, or for continuous measurements over a period of time.
The Lighting Passport Pro enables the specifier to confirm colour performance to a level of accuracy that is very impressive in a hand-held device.
July 2016, world-leading LED-based standard lighting environment provider Thousand Lights Lighting (Changzhou) Limited – THOUSLITE, is excited to announce our strategic partnership with Asensetek Incorporation – AsenseTek, the world first intelligent microspectrometer (Lighting Passport) manufacturer.
He thinks Color Meter can help people analyze and correct the film and television lighting, but the old Color meter is not suitable for the current new light sources. People should upgrade or choose a more suitable Color Meter for their jobs.
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