automatic light control


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automatic light control

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ′līt kən‚trōl]
(electronics)
Automatic adjustment of illumination reaching a film, television camera, or other imaging device as a function of scene brightness.
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With an extremely fast automatic light control circuit, this sensor measures on varying surfaces, from mat topography to shiny black materials such as rubber.
As described in the brochure, the SLS 6000 is said to have an extremely fast automatic light control for various surfaces, an internal processor for application software and analog and digital outputs.
The unit has an extremely fast automatic light control for various surfaces, according to the company.
As described in the literature, the SLS 6000 has an extremely fast automatic light control for various surfaces, an internal processor for application software, and analog and digital outputs.
As described in the literature, the SLS 6000 is said to have an extremely fast automatic light control for various surfaces, an internal processor for application software and analog and digital outputs.

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