This is a .zip files saved in .json format, which is the file you import into the proprietary Phrozen software. You will need to upload each one. These are not meant to be absolute. You may need to change some settings yourself depending on your machine and the brightness of your UV array. I do not guarantee they will work, but have been tested on Phrozen Makes.
Variations in manufacturing and component tolerances make each machine slightly different and will require you to perform final calibration in the field. Please consider these profiles to be a starting point. JSAdO V1.041118
The profiles were developed based on measurements taken from the center of the LCD panel. The amount of UV energy fades from the center to the outside of the panel, so objects with a larger XY cross section or that are placed away from the center will require longer exposure durations. If you’re applying a mask to balance this effect across the LCD panel, compare your before and after measurements at the center point. Changing your exposure durations proportionately should give you a decent idea of your new starting point.