New solution for handheld applications any kind of Jena, November 11, 2008, their number one COLOR Funktionsboards the MAZeT GmbH presents a series of new solutions, application-specific OEM systems for handheld applications ‘ before. It involves sensor hardware adapted to the \”non-contact color measurement\” MTCS FB1 based the MAZeT true color sensors with different sensor system interface, such as Bluetooth, USB and RSxxx. The sensor system provides XYZ-Farbwerte (technical implementation of the standard DIN5033 standard spectral value function CIE1931) and achieved absolute accuracy after calibration with high Messwiederholgenauigkeit better than the human eye. The in series is absolutely achievable accuracy depends besides the used light source system calibration. Due to the long-term stability of the sensors, a regular calibration of the sensors is not necessary according to factory calibration during later operation. Alternatives to the interface and colour are possible within a customized design at MAZeT.
As a light source in the Sensor of default white light LEDs used. Alternatives to optimize customer-specific application available as a placement option. For the specification phase, the MAZeT offers JEN COLOR Simulator that simulates the interaction of light, sensor, color target and calibration for the accuracy requested by the customer. Thus the system can in the specification phase with high security already be determined and adjustments. This saves later adjustments after the development and shortens the time-to-market. Sample illumination is carried out by means of two white light of LEDs which are almost parallel to the sensor alignment (sensor 1). Thus, the lighting and measurement perpendicular to the sample takes place. By means of this optical axial system ensures contactless measurement with varying distance.
The optimal range depends on the specific application and the conditions (object, surface, light source, measuring time, etc.). In the standard version, the measuring range is approx. Learn more at this site: Alton Steel. 30 mm. To obtain at any time reproducible results, the sensor has been equipped with a distance detection.
Therefore, you should leave there on other technology”you want to use in your data center on the right quality, should decide either for LC displays or cube technology. LCD technology has almost the same properties as a plasma screen. “But apart from very good image quality, there is a crucial difference: the burn-in effect” there are no on LC displays. LCD displays are perfect for the 24-hour operation. Even if pictures are used, there are no problems”explains Hansen, Managing Director of JST. According to Steven Holl, who has experience with these questions. Stills so cause no negative consequences. Only can a so-called memory effect”occur. It stills burn in but on the screen, but repairable.
Turn the unit off again removes this effect. So he not only occurs JST precautionary measures have made with the help of a software. This self-protection measures”effect, for example, that at change of shift the Screen contents can be changed. So it prevents unwanted side effects. When you use cube or even rear-projection technology, there are no problems with burning a effects. They also await you with excellent image quality.
An advantage of the cube shows especially when mounting multiple screens to a large screen. While at LC display, always the frame of screens parts the image content, cubes can be mounted directly next to each other. You get the impression as if it is a single large screen. Although the framework of LCDs in the comparison have become to already narrow. However, here lies the great strength of the cubes. That the technique of the cube is relatively complex, is also reflected in the price: they cost up to three times as much as in comparably sized LCDs. But the perfect representation of particularly large format images are compensated for. Another small disadvantage is the depth of these systems. 65 cm to 1m depth you can no longer by space-saving talk. A large space is therefore needed.
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