I only use fibre based paper and dry-down needs to be allowed for. What works for me is a really dim inspection light, 25 watt pearl, about 1.5 metres from the fixer tray. If the tones look good in the semi-dark they will still be ok after dry-down.
Other lamps were tried. A 40 watt pearl was too bright and a 15 watt clear was too dim. Actually, I was surprised how effectively dry-down could be calibrated out of the system by adjusting the inspection light.
The "dry-down" light is too dim for anything except judging tones. I also have a 75 watt light 0.5 metres from the tray to check for grain focus, white specks in skies, accurate borders, and all the other subtle stuff that ends up looking bad later.