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DIN Standards Committee Colour

About FNF

The DIN Standards Committee Colour (FNF) develops basic standards and specifications in the following areas of both luminous and non-luminous colours

  • for methods for the objective metrological description of the perception of colour and of colour difference, for example in coatings, plastics, prints, etc., the aim of which is to optimize quality and reduce production costs,
  • for safety in signalling and traffic systems,
  • for the associated terminology,
  • for applications in colour teaching and learning,
  • for systematic classification systems on perceptually equally-spaced colours, and
  • on conditions for visual colour matching.

The DIN Standards Committee Colour (FNF) coordinates German representation in the European (CEN) and international (ISO) standardization bodies, and in the International Commission of Lighting (CIE).

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DIN EN ISO 18314-4 2022-06-07 Analytical colorimetry - Part 4: Metamerism index for pairs of samples for change of illuminant More  Comment 
ISO/DIS 18314-4 2022-05-25 Analytical colorimetry - Part 4: Metamerism index for pairs of samples for change of illuminant More  Comment 
DIN/TR 5020 2022-04-04 Introduction to colorimetric principles for quality management More  Comment 

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DIN EN ISO/CIE 11664-2 2022-12 Standard Colorimetry - Part 2: CIE standard illuminants (ISO/CIE 11664-2:2022); German version EN ISO/CIE 11664-2:2022 More  Order from Beuth Verlag
DIN EN ISO/CIE 11664-6 2022-12 Standard Colorimetry - Part 6: CIEDE2000 colour-difference formula (ISO/CIE 11664-6:2022); German version EN ISO/CIE 11664-6:2022 More  Order from Beuth Verlag
ISO 18314-5 2022-11 Standard Analytical colorimetry - Part 5: Procedure for colorimetric determination of colour differences of object colours according to equidistant colour spaces More  Order from Beuth Verlag

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