• V X - F I L T E R
    T E C H N O L O G Y


    for Verbatim LED Track Lights

 

Using proprietary technology from Mitsubishi Chemical, Verbatim’s LED track lights are equipped with an innovative filter to simultaneously boost the colour rendering index (CRI) and vividness of colours perceived.
 
The Vx-filter delivers precise changes to the spectral distribution curve to ensure that colours and finer details of objects appear as they would be perceived in natural daylight. Designed specifically in accordance with the spectral sensitivity of the human eye, this technology delivers truly outstanding visual perception.
 
Vx-filter technology provides the flexibility to tune Verbatim LED track lights at a later stage to meet the individual requirements of an installation. Equipped with the Vx-filter, they deliver superb colour rendering properties, but a high efficacy option is also available by just removing the filter.

 


Vx-filter for CRI ≥90*


*Luminous Flux (lm) with Vx-filter:~ -20% to -25%
Colour Temperature (K) with Vx-filter: ~+10%
Colour Rendering Index (CRI) with Vx-filter: ~+10

 

Made from DURABIO™, the bio-based engineering plastic developed by Mitsubishi Chemical, the Vx-filter has excellent optical properties such as high transparency and superb light transmission.

With an exceptional lifetime of 50,000 hours, the accessory also features high heat and excellent scratch and UV resistance.
 
The improvement in colour fidelity and vividness is a solution that is particularly useful for retail environments, museums and hospitality venues - in spaces where small differences in colour hues, tints and textures can have a significant impact.

With Vx-filters, the CRI increases by +10, from CRI≥80 up to CRI≥90

How faithfully colours are rendered with Vx-filter is shown by the 99 colour evaluation samples used to determine TM-30-15. With a Fidelity Index (Rf) of 88 (3000K) and 87 (4000K), an outstanding quality of light is achieved.

Another indicator that determines the saturation of colours and thus the chroma variation with Vx-filters is the Gamut Index (Rg). With a Gamut Index of >100, colours appear more saturated and vibrant as they would do under daylight.