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100% WHITE TEST CHART

The test chart consists of a blank film between two glass panes.
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Date:2017-08-22  Browse:
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100% WHITE TEST CHART

TRANSPARENCY

 

The test chart consists of a blank film between two glass panes. The (reprographic)

film is of the same material as the other ESSER TEST CHARTS transparencies

(D280, D240, D205).


The test chart is designed for shading measurement under the same lightning

conditions as other transparency measurements.


It is possible to perform shading measurements on illuminator (LG2, LE6) without

any chart. But then lightning conditions are different to other measurements with

test transparencies. By using a test transparency the light intensity of an

illuminator changes. This is caused by two superimposed factors


i the filter effect of the film and glass (25% light absorption) and

ii the light remission of the transparency ack in the illuminator


While factor a) is predominat with th LG2, the remission factor b) is

predominant with the lightning sphere LE6, i.e. the light intensity rises

significantly when a test chart is inserted. To carry out shading measurement

under the same lighting condition as other measurements the use

of the TE178 is essential.


Definition of white shading or white level uniformity

 

Determination of maximum white level variations in various areas of the

picture, when the camera is directed at an evenly illuminated test chart.


Measuring equipment


Oscilloscope; video amplitude meter


Measuring conditions


Gamma correction: ON

Iris aperture: F/4 2/3” CCD

Gain: 0dB

White balanced


The illumination of the test chart has to be adjusted so that the R, G, B output

signals are equal to 700mV/75ohms (nominal amplitude). Lens initially focussed

on the test chart (or an other suitable test chart e.g. TE120) and then de-focussed.

Shading correctors: ON

Zoom: Positioned to minimize the effect of vignetting and shading of the test chart.


Measuring procedures


 

Measurements are made on the R, G, B signals at the camera output and then repeated

for two picture zones defined as follows:


xxx within a rectangular zone, the height and width of the picture (zone A)


xxxi outside this rectangle (zone B)

 

On the basis of these measurements, the differences of level for R-G, R-B and B-G are

calculated and the maximum peak-to-peak variantions recorded for each zone.


Presenting the results

The results, expressed in % of the nominal signal, are recorded in a table:


Non Uniformity in %

                                                         zone                             Azone B

R

G

B

R-G

B-G

R-B