Color measurement with line scan cameras

The Chromasens line scan cameras offer new approaches for the color-accurate capture of objects. The chromaPIXA has an internal FPGA-based color calculator which converts the color information of the CCD sensor on-the-fly into standard output color spaces. Algorithms are used which allow a more precise transformation than the usual 3x3 matrix transformation.

 

chromaPIXA

The chromaPIXA works with 3 input channels and therefore has the same scanning performance as the allPIXA pro.

  • Highly sensitive CCD line sensor with 3 color channels
  • High-resolution sensor up to 7,300 pixels
  • Speed up to 50.8 kHz
  • Interfaces CameraLink Base, Medium, Full (80/64 Bit)
  • Output format sRGB, CIE-L *a*b* or CIE-XYZ

truePIXA

The truePixa divides the visible spectrum into twelve channels and can thus determine the CIELAB values of the original even more precisely.

  • Highly sensitive CCD line sensor with 6 or 12 color channels
  • High-resolution sensor up to 1,630 pixels
  • Speed up to 21.2 kHz
  • Interfaces CameraLink Base, Medium
  • Output format sRGB, CIE-L *a*b* or CIE-XYZ