Opto-Electronics


True-colour sensor

16 August 2017 Opto-Electronics

ams released the TCS3430, an XYZ tri-stimulus true-colour sensor IC offered with a small footprint suitable for consumer devices such as notebooks, smartphones and tablets. Providing digital measurements of illuminance (brightness) and chromaticity matching the CIE 1931 ‘standard observer’ XYZ scale enabling true colour functionalities – which is the industry standard for quantifying the average human’s perception of light – the IC may be used for functions such as display management, automatic white colour balancing or colour management. The TCS3430’s high sensitivity and wide dynamic range mean that it can be mounted behind dark or transparent cover glass.

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