Spectral technology

The intensity of the color spectrum is measured with a defined Resolution in terms of the spectral technology. A continuous color spectrum of the Measurement object is created in the case that the measured values are combined. A significant advantage of this technique is that the complete color space is covered and that a more accurate measurement can be achieved compared to the three-range principle. Therefore, nearly identical colors can also be measured reliably.

Sampling rateSampling theoremscanCONTROLSDKSensitivitySensorSensor measuring area, activeShockShort-circuit ratingSignal-to-noise ratioSimplexSMDSpectral rangeSpectral technologySpring constantSSIStandard illuminantStandard observerStart and end of measuring range, midrangeStorage temperatureStrain gageSubpixel resolutionSynchronization

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