I do. Not just I as you know.
At least two other's from the ColorSync list, one a respected color scientist (Robin Myers who wrote SpectraShop) with a $13,000 spectroradiometer and i1Pro who's data correlated well with mine and others. LuLa audience: This is all known to Franz and I'll copy and paste the same data from the CS list that Franz saw below. When presented this data, Franz said they (and presumably now I) did the measurements wrong. Besides what the marketing department at Solux has placed in their spec sheet, the only other person to get a value that's within what Solux provides is Franz, using a 10 year old Minolta Color meter!
To answer your question Franz, I think you are confusing marketing spec's with science here. It is not up to us to disprove Solux's numbers although we have done so to a degree (at least three independent end users reported the numbers don't jive with the spec's). It's up to Solux to provide an exact process used and for us to then correlate or not. They have not done this! They have the ability to post here, PhotoNet where you started all this, and more appropriately on the ColorSync list. They didn't in 2009 after Robin and other's posted their findings! Why don't you find out what instrument they used, the software used, and the exact testing process used to get their numbers?
It is you sir that has the devil may care attitude. You don't have the equipment appropriately to measure the SPD and produce the CCT values. You haven't provided any testing methodology Solux used to get their values but you've now posted about this in three forums and when others using at least the correct instrumentation provide values that don't jive with Solux, you have the nerve to tell us we are doing the measurements wrong! You blindly accept the marketing driven spec sheet of a company who's products everyone so far agree's is a good product and who all dismiss the values. It's a shocking attitude from someone who says he's got a bkgnd in the electronics industry. Worse, far worse is this is all due to your article, hosted on the Solux site that states we should all be using Solux 5000K bulbs and calibrate our displays to 5000K, after which we'll get a match. Anyone else here on LuLa find that approach doesn't work?
Here in The Netherlands the fittings and transofrmers of solux are not available(happily so if reading the issues it gives). None of the normal 12-V halogen transformers of power supplies are actually 12-volt, most of them are 11.5-volt. That is on the supply output, not on the lamp sprocket. So, what i did is use a readilly available electronic power supply that has some regulation of the output voltage in a rang of 11.5- 13.6 volts. Its only drawback is that it cannot provide the peak current at startup of the solux bulbs(or any mr-16 halogen bulb), so i need a 150W power supply to feed 2 50w bulbs, or switch each bulb on to go to 3 bulbs on one supply. It works great and reliable, i can set it to 12-volt on the lamp sprocket.