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#1 Brian Wells

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Posted 29 December 2005 - 11:03 PM

Saw this and it looks nice. Anyone heard of 'em?

http://www.lifewithe...m/ottlite5.html
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#2 Shawn Murphy

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Posted 30 December 2005 - 05:16 AM

Saw this and it looks nice. Anyone heard of 'em?

http://www.lifewithe...m/ottlite5.html



What's the color temp and level of accuracy?
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#3 Brian Wells

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Posted 30 December 2005 - 01:07 PM

What's the color temp and level of accuracy?

5200 to 5800 Kelvin and 95 CRI, according to one vendor.

Here is from a different vendor:
"Ott-Lite uses either six or seven rare earth phosphors in its lamps, depending on the product. Its design emits more mesopic (middle) lumens in the 470mm-to-500nm-wavelength range than most other lamps to increase visual acuity and improve color rendering. Since the Ott-Lite is rated at about 5,500°K, it technically does not meet the CIE/ISO color temperature specification for a D50 illuminant (5,000°K)."

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