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    CCD Cameras - (554 companies)
    CCD (couple-charged device) cameras are a type of image capture device that utilize an image sensor to register visible light as a recordable electronic signal to visually archive captured stills and video. Of the three types of digital cameras... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    CCD Image Sensors - (65 companies)
    Charged coupled device (CCD) image sensors are electronic devices that are capable of transforming a light pattern (image) into an electric charge pattern (an electronic image). CCD image sensors (charge coupled device) are electronic devices... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    UV Cameras - (23 companies)
    UV cameras are augmented video cameras meant to capture ultraviolet radiation below the visible spectrum of light. This is most frequently accomplished by the use of a UV-pass filter, a quartz lens, a CCD image sensor, and specialty illumination... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Vision Sensors - (155 companies)
    This is essential for some CCD image sensors, as cooling reduces "dark current" noise and improves sensitivity. Image credit: Apstas. Dome: Cameras are enclosed in a protective dome made from materials such as acrylic or polycarbonate. Typically... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Board Cameras - (34 companies)
    ...board cameras are small in size --registering just 1/3" in lens diameter. CCD image sensors are most common, but CMOS and CID sensors are used as well. Without a specified feature, board cameras retain the functionality of video cameras in general... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Videoscopes - (116 companies)
    Videoscopes are equipped with a CCD chip and focusable lens assembly that relays images from bores and cavities to a display. The camera is embedded in the tip of the scope and uses CCD technology rather than optical relay components (borescopes... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    CMOS Cameras - (199 companies)
    ...development of CMOS image sensors themselves. CMOS sensors are somewhat more responsive than CCD, and have a higher imaging speed. The pixel readout on CMOS sensors allows for window-of-interest readouts, useful for image compression, motion detecting... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Video Cameras - (1656 companies)
    ...the four colors to create an estimate of the correct color. Any inaccuracy is measured as interpolation. These types of cameras use CCD, CMOS, or CID image sensing technology. Images credit: Cambridge in Colour. CCD. Charge coupled devices (CCDs... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Smart Cameras - (44 companies) resolutions. Image credit: National Instrument. Smart cameras do not have a distinct appearance versus other camera types, but are rugged to maintain effectiveness in harsh environments. Without the need for particular imaging features, CCD... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    High Speed Cameras - (126 companies)
    ...the image into an electronic and recordable medium. Today, high-speed cameras almost universally use CCD or CMOS image sensors due to image capture advantages over film. The functionality in a high-speed imaging device results from the frame rate... Search by Specification | Learn More
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Conduct Research quickly transferred down the shift register and into the CCD's storage region, another integration period can begin. The storage region of the frame transfer CCD makes it faster and more expensive than the full frame CCD...

CCD imagers were the first products in machine vision and have led the industry for many years. However, CMOS imagers are catching up quickly and are being implemented in many more applications than in previous years. When selecting an imager, a number of issues should be considered, relating both to...

...will be given for performing these tests yourself. It is recommended that you familiarize yourself with the other subjects in CCD University before reviewing the subject of testing. These tests are important indicators of camera quality and they fulfill the commitment we have to our customers...

Much has been written about the relative advantages of CMOS versus CCD imagers. It seems that the debate has continued on for as long as most people can remember with no definitive conclusion in sight. It is not surprising that a definitive answer is elusive, since the topic is not static...

Selecting the right CCD-based imaging colorimeter for an inspection application requires understanding a few basic trade-offs in imaging colorimeter architecture. Proper selection of CCD, control electronics, filter, and lenses will help to ensure the optimal camera for a particular measurement...

...model is builtusing Fick diffusion laws, and taking into account the seal, the gas and each polymeric material inside the cavity. In the next step, the moisture concentration inside the cavity of the CCD package is monitored by means of humidity sensors throughout the experiment. Changing the moisture...

Digital image sensors are well established in private and professional applications. But which sensor type works best, CCD or CMOS? This question enlightens passionate discussions. A more detailed analysis reveals that these sensors share many common characteristics. Both CMOS and CCD can...

A customer wants to digitize data from a 256x256 infrared CCD array. The array data is clocked at 4MHz through two output channels. Exactly two clock cycles occur between 12bit line signals, and a dozen or more clock cycles occur between successive frames. The customer wants to digitize the data...

For most area and line scan imagers, CCDs are indeed history. But at the high end, where pristine imaging is required under low light, CCD continues to deliver what todayâ s CMOS imagers simply cannot deliver yet. Thatâ s going to change. Very often, change in one industry will shape the future...

Typical CCD camera sensors require a positive and negative bias voltage of +15V and -8V, respectively, at load currents up to 10mA. This application requires good output regulation for these bias supply voltages. In addition, CCD camera sensors are noise sensitive and require very low input...

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