960H CCD Image Sensor with Ceramic SON Package Enabling High-Temperature Reflow Sony has commercialized the ICX810DKV and ICX811DKV, which use a ceramic SON package, for security cameras. The ICX810/811DKV ...
... developed characteristics compared to our existing sensor, the ICX285AL/AQ. We have improved the main characteristics in a balanced manner by adopting Sony's original processing technology, while the EXview HAD CCD ...
... linear image sensor is a solid-state device that converts an optical image into an analog signal in a line-by-line fashion. There are two types of linear image sensors with distinct circuit ...
Nunavut™ series charge-coupled device (CCD) detectors are designed to meet real-world challenges for best-in-class performance, long-term reliability, compact size and optimized power consumption. Key Features Covers ...
A monochrome progressive-scan frame-transfer image sensor, the FT50M offers 1k x 1k pixels at 50 frames per second through a single output. The combination of high speed and a high linear dynamic range ...
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How to choose this product
A CCD image sensor (charge-coupled device) is a particular type of image sensor.
The sensitivity of CCDs makes them particularly appropriate for use in high-sensitivity cameras.
The CCD converts an image to an electrical signal. Each pixel consists of a tiny capacitor which stores the electrons generated by photons striking the sensor's surface. Thus, each pixel carries a charge proportional to its light exposure. Specialized electronics then read these charges line by line.
How to choose
CCD sensors are preferred to CMOS sensors when high resolution and image quality are required. Moreover, new ICCDs (Intensified CCD) and EMCCDs (Electron Multiplying CCD) offer significant gain, shorter exposure times and faster operation.
- Over 70% efficient