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Benefits of the Splitgrade system

  • The system leads to better highlight and shadow details.
  • Measurement of contrast and brightness is simplified because the system uses a scanning measurement - as you move the sensor over the image readings are taken continuously as the system looks for the brightest and darkest points. Each time a new value is read, the unit beeps. When the beeping stops, the scan is ready. (A manual spot measurement is also available.)
  • The system is calibrated for various papers, and because it includes a light source and filters this calibration is accurate and rarely requires adjustment.
  • In Focus mode there is white light without any filter. After focussing you cannot forget to set the filtration - it is an automatic function of the exposure control system.
  • The exposure time can be set in units of 0.1 second or 0.1 f-stop.
  • The system allows an extremely wide contrast range owing to the use of high density filters.
  • The built-in beeper can sound every second for a metronome function, or can be set to beep one second before the filters are changed.
  • Any future changes and enhancements to the software can be easily set up from a personal computer, or at the factory. The latest software is always available on Heiland's web site.

Available enlarger types:

Please note: prices are subject to change due to the present volatility in exchange rates. Please confirm prices before ordering.

Model

Enlarger

Type

Prices on application

SPL-A1

Agfa Varioscope

H

SPL-A2

AHEL 12, up to 4x5”

H

SPL-A3

Aristo variable contrast

I

SPL-D1

Dunco II-66 and II-67

M

SPL-D2

Durst Laborator 1200

R

SPL-D4

Durst Modular 70

M

SPL-D5

Durst M700

H

SPL-D6

Durst 138(S)

R

SPL-D7

Durst M805

R

SPL-D8

DeVere 504

R

SPL-D9

DeVere 507

R

SPL-D10

Durst 601 color

R

SPL-D11

Durst 605 color

R

SPL-D12

Durst M700 color

R

SPL-D13

Durst M670 color

R

SPL-D14

Durst M707 color

R

SPL-I1

Ilford Multigrade 500

I

SPL-I2

Ilford Multigrade 100

R

SPL-J1

LPL 4x5 (7450 series)

M

SPL-J2

LPL 7700

R

SPL-Kxx

Various Kienzle enlargers

X

SPL-K5

Kaiser System V

H

SPL-L1

Leitz V35

M

SPL-L2

Leitz Focomat IIC

H

SPL-L3

Leitz Focomat IC

H

SPL-M1

Manual Exposure

X

SPL-M2

Meopta Axomat, Opemus, Magnifax series

R

SPL-O1

Omega D5500

R

SPL-O2

Omega Super Chromega

R

SPL-P1

Philips P35

H

SPLZ1

Zone VI variable contrast

I

    Key to Module types:

      H: Kit includes a halogen lamp unit with motorised filters to replace the existing light source
      I: Kit includes an interface box which drives the light source directly
      M: Kit includes a slot-in motorised filter module replacing existing filters
      R: Customer must send a lamp unit to the factory for modification
      X: Please contact us for more information

Paper types supported:

  • Ilford Multigrade IV, RC and FB
  • Ilford Multigrade Warmtone, RC and FB
  • Agfa Multicontrast Premium RC
  • Agfa Multicontrast Classic FB
  • Amaloco Varioprof Extra RC
  • Foma Variant 111
  • Foma Variant 311 RC
  • Fomabrom Variant 311 FB
  • Fomatone MG Classic 131 FB
  • Kentmere VC Select and Fineprint
  • Kodak Polymax II RCF
  • Kodak Polycontrast III RC and Fine Art FD
  • Tetenal Vario Comfort and Ultra RC
  • Tetenal Vario Fineart and Baryt FB
  • Forte Polywarmtone RC and FB
  • Forte Polygrade RC and FB
  • Moersch Sepia RC and FB
  • Oriental Seagull FB
  • Foto Impex Classic Arts FB PW
  • Bergger Prestige Variable CB and NB

Other papers can be used with manual settings - three spare channels are provided to store user settings.

Film types supported:

  • Conventional silver halide (e.g. Ilford FP4+, Agfa APX100, Kodak T-MAX 100 etc)
  • Ilford XP2
  • Ilford XP2 Super
  • Kodak T-MAX T400CN
  • Konica VX400

When using a chromogenic film, the film speed selected during exposure can also be selected, from 50 to 1000 ISO

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