ISO 13655

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ISO 13655 is a standard having to do with spectral measurement and colorimetric computation for graphic arts images, and objects that reflect, transmit, or self-illuminate.

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ISO 13655:2009

The 2009 revision describes standards for colour evaluation including fluorescence under Illuminant D50 (daylight with a correlated colour temperature of 5000K).

In this standard, specific measurement conditions are defined having the labels: M0, M1, M2, and M3.

M0

M0 delineates that the measurement was made using "illuminant A" which is the traditional unfiltered tungsten light. Most older measurement instruments would have this kind of light (ie: i1Pro, DTP41, DTP70) This also designates that there is no UV filtering and no polarizing in the process.


M1

M1 labels the measurement light as conforming to CIE D50, that is - normal daylight. This would include UV light, and not be polarized. Instruments that have this capability are the Barbieri SpectroPad, and the Konica Minolta FD-7.

M2

M2 describes any non-polarized light that has UV filtered out. This would include measurements made by a UV-cut i1Pro, a UV-cut DTP70, and an iSis in UV excluded mode.


M3

M3 describes a measurement that is polarized and has UV filtered out.


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ISO 13655:2009 has been superseded by ISO 13655:2017.

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