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Circuit which Recognizes Colors

Posted on 2008-10-29
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Seeking information (name and since so forth) about the circuit which takes color (out of 256-RGB colors) as an input and returns its binary information (equivalent of hexadecimal, like FF FF FF for white), considering the mechanism of digi camera and scanning devices.
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it is probably all on one chip these days, not even a separate chip/ unit, and could also be proprietary depending on the camera format.


I hope this helps !
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Hello,

There are a large number of these circuits, but it depends on the application requirements and specifications, the following link is a company to make sensors for automation apps and other:

http://www.emxinc.com/colormax.html

If you provide more details about the requirements, then more circuits can be provided.

HTH
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