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Machine vision optical filters
also called Component Integration - Optical Filters

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  1. are optical filters used in machine vision applications

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 18, 2009
  2. Working in the NIR or UV portions of the spectrum offers significant advantages

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  3. Many of those developing machine vision applications know that considerable emphasis has been placed on choosing the correct lighting to achieve maximum contrast

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  4. Light reflected from a non-metallic surface such as glass, lacquer, plastic or liquid results in polarization of the reflected light

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  5. In color applications, complementary colors form the most dynamic contrasts

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