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  • #38239

    Stephane
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    Hello everyone,

    It could be that my device has an auto-calibration problem…

    Do any of you own this spectrometer ?
    If so, could you run three Argyll commands and let me know your results ?

    – to display the firmware of your device :
    spotread -v

    – to save the spectrum during the calibration of the device :
    spotread -Y W:fname.sp

    – to plot this spectrum in L*a*b D50 values :
    specplot fname.sp

    According to Argyll, my device measures its ceramic white tile with L*a*b D50 values: 97.2342 / -0.3794 / 1.2880

    Thank you in advance for your answers.
    I wish you a happy new year !

    Stephane

    #38284

    Stephane
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    Or…

    Could someone advise me on a procedure to check the correct self-calibration of the spectrophotometer?

    #38302

    Vincent
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    Ask in ArgyllCMS maillist. I do not own a colormunki photo/design/i1studio so i cannot help you with its particular operation for self correction.

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    #38356

    Stephane
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    Thanks Vincent for your reply.

    I have already subscribed to the Argyll mailing list but no one has been able to help me… That’s why I posted my request on this forum.

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