Compact multi-source viewing systems for the inspection and color discrimination of: Inks, Paints, Textiles, Plastics, Paper, Colorants, and other colored materials; includes five standard light sources:

Artificial Daylight (D65 or D50) Store Light (CWF or TL84) Home Light (Incandescent A or Horizon) Your Choice (D50, 30U, TL84, TL83 Ultraviolet (UVA BLB)

MM-4e Controlled Lighting

MM-4e Controlled Lighting: Top of the Line

The MM-4e Controlled Lighting provides five spectrally dissimilar sources of illumination for accurate color comparison and visual color assessment, easy detection of metamerism, and duplication of your client’s lighting environment. The MM-4e is easily programmable to provide one touch automatic light source sequencing, and it includes a new digital control which confirms your selected source via an illuminated push button.

Five Standard Light Sources:

Artificial Daylight (D65 or D50)
Store Light (CWF or TL84)
Home Light (Incandescent A or Horizon)
Your Choice (D50, 30U, TL84, TL83)
Ultraviolet (UVA BLB)

Daylight lamp timer is built in

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M-4e Controlled Lighting

MM-4e Controlled Lighting

MM-4e : Viewing Area 14.25″ x 24″ x 16″ (36 cm x 61 cm x 41 cm) Munsell N7/ neutral gray surround

Standard Light Sources120 Volt Models230 Volt Models
Daylight*:Artificial Daylight (D65)Artificial Daylight (D65)
Store Light:Cool White FluorescentTL84 Fluorescent
Home Light:Incandescent (Illuminant A)Incandescent (Illuminant A)
Optional*:TL83 3000K standardTL83 3000K standard
Ultraviolet:UVA (BLB)UVA (BLB)

*Other fluorescent viewing sources can be substituted upon request.

MM-4e Controlled Lighting

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Owner’s Manual: Download PDF (184KB)

Case Study: Clemson University: Understanding and Controlling Color Download PDF (2MB)

MM-4E Controlled Lighting

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