Properties of SolarisTM Colour

Solaris™ S optical filters are used to control or manipulate the light emitting from a display. This is done by adapting the filter’s transmittance characteristic, to the colour of the light emitted from the display. 

An important distinction is made between broad-band and selective filters. Broad-band filters are basically gray-shaded filters which allow for the transmittance of all light (colours). They are therefore often used in applications in which contrast enhancement is required without loss of the full colour spectrum. Selective filters are designed to only transmit specific wavelengths of the light, i.e. specific colours.

Special features

Selective filters are especially suitable for applications requiring colour correction and contrast enhancement of monochrome displays.

All Solaris S grades contains UV-absorbing material, blocking efficiently up to approx. 400 nm. PSC offers an extensive range of colour matching services. Using proprietary computer based C&L® simulation software, PSC can calculate and create coloured filters and Colour Conversion Filters meeting almost any customer specified colour or chromacity target.

Technical Data

  • Thickness from 0.5 mm.
  • Tolerances down to +/- 0.1 mm.
  • Dimensions up to 2000 x 3000 mm.
  • More than 60 standard colours optimised for various types of displays.
  • UV block up to 400 nm.

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