USB 3.0 Cameras Tap Potential Of Sony CCD Sensors

USB 3.0 Cameras Tap Potential Of Sony CCD Sensors
XIMEA GmbH

Employing Sony’s CCD sensors, the xiD USB 3-powered CCD cameras deliver resolutions from 2.8 to 12 Mpixels. Utilizing the full potential of four taps of the sensor, they achieve record speeds up to 60 fps depending on the sensor and resolution. The xID family features ICX674, ICX694, ICX814, and ICX834 sensors with resolutions of 2.8, 6.1, 9.1 and 12 Megapixel delivering unique 60, 30, 20, 15 fps respectively, all at 14 bits per pixel. All models support single, dual and quadruple tap readout modes of Sony sensors. For higher frame rates, the xiD family supports overclocking modes with four taps and a 65-MHz pixel clock. In particular, the ICX674 based 2.8 Mpixel model can run at over 70 fps. For more details, go to http://www.ximea.com/en/products/application-specific-oem-and-custom/ccd-with-usb-30-scientific-cameras-xid

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