RGB colour space

The RGB colour space combines the colours red (R), green (G) and blue (B) into one. It is an additive colour space, i. e. all three colours as one result in the colour white. Black is produced when R/G/B = 0/0/0.

RadiationRadiation, specificRadiation, spectral specificReal-timeReceiverReference resolutionReference temperatureReflectionReflection, diffuseReflection, directReflection, opticalRefraction indexRepeatabilityRepeatabilityReproducibility via temperatureResolutionResponse timeReverse polarity protectionRGB colour spaceRise timeRS232 interfaceRS422 interfaceRS485 interfaceRTSC

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