Datacolor, Lawrenceville, N.J., now offers its Conditioner cabinet to provide a compact,
inexpensive, user-friendly solution for accurate color sample measurement in a controlled
environment. According to the company, the temperature and relative humidity may be fixed inside
the cabinet to condition the samples prior to measurement, and illumination may be set to provide
stable conditioning to light. These features enable more efficient, cost-effective development and
production because they provide uniform results.
“It has been technically proven that the physical color of a sample can alter substantially
if the ambient temperature and relative humidity are not stable,” said Michael Thornton, product
manager. “The new Datacolor Conditioner offers benefits to specifiers, suppliers, producers and
customers alike and sets a standard that may be easily adopted throughout the whole supply chain.