DAYLIGHT BLUE COLOR CORRECTING FILTER GLASS

Color correction filters are used to adjust the color temperature of a light source. If a light source appears too warm or too cool, it can significantly alter the perception of colors and the environment.

We offer two standard glass compositions but also have the capability to develop custom correction filters for specific light sources and applications. Both the 3003 and 5900 daylight blue glasses can be used with incandescent type lamps to cool the correlated color temperature (CCT). They produce CCTs that can range from 5500K to 7500K. These filters are manufactured for high reproducibility so that you receive consistent results that match your desired light source spectrum.

Our color correcting filter glasses are available in two standard formats, either as unfinished 6” - 6.5” square blanks or as molded glass. Learn more about our unique capability to mold filter glass. We can also heat strengthen our color correcting filter glass to further improve mechanical durability and thermal shock resistance.



Filter
Nominal Thickness
(mm)
Thickness
Variation
(mm)
Thermal Expansion
( * E-7 °C-1)
Internal Transmittance (nm)
3003
4.5
+/- 0.50
108
Filter alters the effective color temperature of radiation dependent on the prescribed thickness. CIE Illuminant A (2856 K) converted to 5500 K, 6500 K, and 7500 K.
5900
5.6
+/- 0.50
107
Filter alters the effective color temperature of the radiation dependent on the prescribed thickness. CIE Illuminant A (2856 K) converted to CIE Illuminant C (6500 K)

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