[alt-photo] Re: UV-densitometer

Keith Schreiber keith at jkschreiber.com
Wed Dec 9 23:25:46 GMT 2009

Hi Erich,
I have a 361T (c.1990) and the Operation Manual that came with it,  
however, I don't think it sheds much light on the details that you  
are looking for. The only interesting tidbit that I find, beyond what  
you probably have already obtained from the xrite website, is that  
the lamp has a color temp of approximately 2850°K.
It may be worth inquiring directly of xrite for more specifics.

On Dec 8, 2009, at 7:10 AM, Erich Camerling wrote:

> Dear users of an UV-densitometer,
> I got a lot of  valuable tips for building my own UV-densitometer.
> Thanks to everybody who gave me advice.But nobody could tell me  
> what UV-light source is used in their meter.
> Maybe  anyone can tell me if  the manufacturer gives details about  
> the power of their UV-light source in the manual that will be  
> delivered with the machine.I know that there are Alt-Photo-members   
> who use the X-Rite 361T.Can they give me more info ?
> Thanks in advance again.
> Kind regards,
> Erich Camerling
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