May 13th 2021

D65

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The solution was easily agreed; an international standard measure of daylight. A mean colour temperature of 6500 Kelvin was accepted as the International Standard of Daylight. Now universally known as D65. Of course, to reach this standard, an illumination source was required that could emit light to exactly that criteria.

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