Multi-Source Overhead Luminaire for Large Sample Visual Evaluation.

Luminaires Controlled Lighting

Ideal for:

Packaging Paints & Printing
Textiles & Inks
Paper & Plastics
Automotive Furniture

Included Standardized Light Sources:

  • Artificial Daylight (D50, D65, or D75)
  • Store Light (CWF or TL84)
  • Home Light (Incandescent A)
  • Optional Source on GLE-M5/32 (TL83 3000K standard)
  • Ultraviolet (BLB)

The push of a button achieves precise light source control. “Instant on” standardized light source selection on the luminaire’s control panel provides easy-to-use Automatic Light Source Sequencing. Buttons illuminate indicating exactly which light source is in use. The GTI ColorGuard II indicates hours until relamp for all sources and how many hours used.

The unique design of the GLE-M series allows you to operate up to 8 overhead luminaires with a single remote control, ideal for any sample size. The GLE-M4/32 (or GLE-M5/32) is used for single luminaire installation and includes the GTI ColorGuard II lamp timing center and the advanced “soft-touch” digital lamp control. Multiple unit installations and remote control are easily accommodated.

(Note: Multiple unit applications and remote control requires special models. For details, contact Konica Minolta Sensing.)

Luminaires Controlled Lighting - Konica Minolta Sensing

Luminaires Controlled Lighting

Luminaires Controlled Lighting

ModelDescriptionDimensions (H × W × D)Electrical*Shipping
GLE-M4/324 source Luminaire w/GTI ColorGuard II3.5″ × 52″ × 30″ (9 cm × 132 cm × 76 cm)420 watts55 lbs (25 kgs)
GLE-M5/325 source Luminaire w/GTI ColorGuard II3.5″ × 52″ × 30″ (9 cm × 132 cm × 76 cm)420 watts60 lbs (27 kgs)

Luminaires Controlled Lighting

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Luminaires Controlled Lighting

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