Ultra-Small CMOS Video Camera Outfits Endoscopes

Ultra-Small CMOS Video Camera Outfits Endoscopes

Suitable for use in endoscopes, the IK-CT2 debuts as an ultra-small, chip-on-tip video camera system. The system’s 0.7 mm x 0.7 mm back-side illuminated CMOS sensor features, 220 x 220 pixels, and a 120-degree field-of-view glass lens. It features 12-channel color matrix adjustment, freeze frame, five user-programmable settings files, and remote control via RS-232. The CMOS sensor assembly consists of a 1-mm diameter tip, 120-degree field-of-view lens with a focal range of 3 mm to 50 mm, 3.5-meter sensor cable, interface board, and camera control unit (CCU). The CCU features 59.94-Hz progressive scan using DVI-D and USB 2.0 outputs. For more info, visit http://www.toshibacameras.com/products/prod_detail_ikct2.jsp

Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.
Imaging Systems Division
Irvine, CA
949-461-4253
http://www.toshibacameras.com
 

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