MAZeT introduces Evaluation Board and MTCS-INT-AB5 Development Kit for MTCS-CDCAF Color Sensor
Absolute Color Measurement via integrated True Color Sensor
DK MTCS-INT-AB5 Development Kit
The MTCS-INT-AB5 sensor board is also available as part of a development kit for system and application tests. The sensor board is mounted in housing and can be controlled via USB. It is easy to configure and calibrate the MTCS-INT-AB5 using PC supported test software. Control files on the PC level take over specifications for the sensor and sensor electronics. Once the development kit has successfully validated an application, the sensor electronics programming can be easily transferred to a microcontroller, and the sensor board from the test kit can be directly integrated into the device electronics via the I²C interface. MAZeT offers software libraries for initial tests as well as mapping. These software libraries contain routines for measurements and color management. MAZeT can adjust basic software in keeping with user requirements regarding used light sources and various target parameters such as light color, brightness, energy consumption, CRI, and much more. MAZeT also offers preliminary simulations for feasibility analyses, and can perform these in a way that supports development.
MAZeT GmbH is a leading European engineering and manufacturing service provider. The company was founded in 1992 and is based in Jena. MAZeT develops, manufactures and distributes customer specific devices, software and ASICs distributes own products of the trademark JENCOLOR®. The broad technology offer and application know-how in this field of industry electronics and opto-sensor technology lets MAZeT GmbH be a competent and reliable service partner for every customized client-specific solution. Their expertise and components for custom applications are used throughout the entire sector of industrial metrology, control and automation as well as medical technology.
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