Quality of light has a critical impact on color appearance, and making a color decision under the wrong lighting conditions can lead to costly and time-consuming mistakes. PANTONE LIGHTING INDICATOR Stickers tell you at a glance whether your ambient lighting conditions are giving you an accurate visual read of your color.
Simplicity itself. Two light-sensitive patches react to your viewing illumination, changing color under different lighting temperatures. Under proper lighting the two patches will appear to match. If the light is not in the proper range, the two patches will appear different. The further your light source is from the proper range, the more contrast the two colors of the indicator will display.
Two ranges, many applications. PANTONE LIGHTING INDICATOR Stickers are provided in two lighting ranges: D50 (5000k) – the recommended illumination for graphic design D65 (6500k) - the preferred lighting color temperature for many design and production applications.
Got the color your want? Stick with it. PANTONE LIGHTING INDICATOR Stickers have a peel-off adhesive back that lets them attach to and travel with your color proofs, ensuring that everyone in your production chain will make accurate color decisions.
Be confident in your color choices.
The PANTONE LIGHTING INDICATOR Sticker makes it easy to get color right.
Each page contains 40 stickers, product is sold in individual pages.
D50 (5000k daylight) is best for evaluating fashion, home, beauty, and consumer products
Sheet of 40 stickers, with two light-sensitive patches on each sticker
Peel-off adhesive backing for attaching to any surface
Two different light-sensitive patches react to the lighting in your environment
If the light is not in the proper range, the patches will appear different in color – the worse the light, the more drastic the contrast in patch colors
Attach stickers to design and production files to ensure you and your teams make accurate color decisions
Use for design and production files of printing and packaging applications
Tell at a glance if your ambient lighting conditions are acceptable for evaluating color
Share easily with the rest of your supply chain and business partners