The Illuminator Inspect-Lite
This light shows everything
1 Meter Long 60W - 4500Lm max. - 36 LED Lamps - Color Corrective - Dimmable
The initial design concept for this light was to provide a daylight color corrective LED light source for paint inspection to identify pre-paint defects such as pin holes, sand- scratches and post-paint defects such as burn through and scratches. It can also be used to verify color match and check for complete coverage or full hiding, verify blends and check for proper metallic layout and blend edges for halos. Since, it has proven to be an almost perfect light source for inspecting wood components and finishes.
|AL-S020-001||1 dimmer with remote (sold seperately)|
|Color Temperature||5500-6000K (color corrective)|
|Dimension (length)||1 meter long 1000mm (39.37”) L x 60.325mm (2.375”) W x 92.075mm (3.625”) H|
|Mounting||2-rotating and sliding brackets|
|LED QTY||36pcs 2W|
|Long Life||>30,000 hours|
|LED Color||Single Color|
|WARRANTY||2 Years - against manufacturing defects|
LED advantages over florescent lighting for inspection
Better visibility of inspection defects
- More energy efficient
- Longer life-30,000 to 100,000 hours compared to 20,000-50,000 of linear florescent
- Turn on instantly
- Emit light in a specific direction
- Efficacy-LED lighting is capable of offering over 100 lumens per watt of energy consumed
- Durable-LED lights are highly resistant to shock and vibration
- OEM Assembly Plants and Tier-1 accounts for detecting polishing swirls and defects in paint
- Quality inspection in woodworking plants
- Mounted above the exit of wide-belt sanders, brush heads and other finishing equipment, horizontal inspection lighting at individual work-stations
- Aircraft refinishing and service centers
- Anywhere a quality inspection light should … or can be used
- Targeted % of Light Vs Natural Daylight-CRI (Color Rendering Index) = 99.35% or better
Tripod to mount light to can be found at Amazon.com
Tip: To avoid light “blinding”, it's best to mount Light Bar’s brackets through vertical holes (front-to-back) so it can be angled down a minimum of 10 degrees.
Most stand’s mounting bars have holes drilled thru horizontal (top-to-bottom). This does not allow the light to be angled more than 45 deg.
Examples in action
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