blanking time

blanking time

[′blaŋk·iŋ ‚tīm]
(electronics)
The length of time that the electron beam of a cathode-ray tube is shut off.
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One of the disadvantages of this topology is the blanking time required to sense the current.
A 24ms fault blanking time eliminates false alarms.
A built-in dead-time generator enables both solutions to be fully adjustable for both dead and blanking time.
Part Function Minimum Current Auto- ON Pin Top Price Samples Number Current Limit restart State Mark USD$ Limit Blanking Time (1K (mA) Time (ms) Pcs.
3 specification and supports many additional features including under-voltage lockout, timeout for faulty blocked input signals, output blanking time in case of bus ringing and a very low sleep mode current.
Exposure time is controlled via a two-wire serial interface and configuration of both the window size and blanking times allows the resolution and frame rate (up to 60 fps at full resolution) to be adjusted to cover a particular Region of Interest (ROI).