[Alt-photo] Production run for LightMeasure UV meters is going ahead - you can now place an order
bob at colorfolio.com
Fri Dec 15 00:56:10 UTC 2017
A question regarding the two models. Would there be much appreciable
difference in the readings if you placed the PPM-1 on top of the vacuum
frame as opposed to placing the PPM-2 sensor inside the frame?
I have a Nuarcs 26-1K exposure unit with vacuum frame and wonder if running
the cable over the rubber seal will break the vacuum. Also, the PPM-1 is
cheaper so, if it would serve the same end by placing it near the print but
on top of the glass of the vacuum frame, I'd be interested in that solution.
On Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 2:22 PM, Ian Parker via Alt-photo-process-list <
alt-photo-process-list at lists.altphotolist.org> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> This is Ian Parker from LightMeasure.com, with information about the
> production run for our UV meters.
> We are delighted to say that we received enough requests to make this
> fabrication run viable. So we have reopened the store to take orders. Thank
> you all for your interest (and particular thanks to Jacques Kevers for his
> help with spreading the word).
> So here are the details:
> 1) Please go to the store (www.LightMeasure.com) to place your order.
> Please understand that any previous communications you may have had with us
> were ONLY to indicate your interest in this project. They were NOT your
> 2) From the website you can see technical details of the meters, see
> examples of use, read the FAQs and the get all the details of pricing and
> shipping. If you are based outside of the US, please read about possible
> customs duties so you aren’t surprised later.
> 3) If you are still interested you can place your order at the website. We
> offer a secure credit card system (we do not get to see your credit card
> numbers) as well as PayPal.
> 4) Since this is a limited production run, the store will only be
> temporarily reopened. It will close again in 2 weeks’ time (on Dec. 31st
> 2017). We can’t accept any orders after this date. At the end of this
> period we will order sufficient components for the orders we received.
> 5) Delivery Time: Some of the components have a 4 week lead time and
> construction will take a further 2-4 weeks (depending on the number of
> orders we receive). In addition, there is the shipping time, which can be
> up to 2 weeks for Europe/Asia/South America (although only 2-3 days in
> mainland US). So the earliest you will receive your meters will be around
> the end of February / early March. We will do everything we can to speed
> things along but there is no way to easily expedite this.
> 6) We will send out regular updates to advise you how the fabrication is
> 7) Shipping will be via US Postal Service (which we have found to be the
> cheapest and very reliable), and tracking information will be provided.
> Thanks again for your interest.
> Best regards,
> Ian Parker
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