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Application Notes

Optimizing a Basler Tri-linear color camera setup

Document number: AW000724

The objective of this application note is to describe a procedure that we use at Basler to test the setup of our tri-linear cameras. This description will provide you with some tips that will aid you when optimizing a tri-linear camera setup in your own system.

The document contains the following information:

  • A comparison of the pros and cons between different color separation methods (tri-linear CCD, 3 CCD with prism, Bayer pattern)
  • Information about the test setup (drum setup to test the functionality of line scan cameras in real world applications)
  • General adjustments (e.g. optical setup)
  • Causes for discolorations and other artifacts
  • Information you should observe when you use digital encoders or shaft encoders
  • Test results for the standard deviation of the saturation at various aspect ratios
  • Conclusion

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