CCD Image Sensors

511 CCD Image Sensors from 6 manufacturers listed on GoPhotonics

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Description:8.1 MP, 4/3 format Interline Transfer EMCCD Image Sensor
Sensor Type:
Interline Transfer Sensors
Pixels:
8.1 MP
Frame Rate:
8 fps (20 MHz) to 14 fps (40 MHz)
Resolution:
2856 (H) x 2856 (V)
Chroma:
Monochrome, Color
Dynamic Range:
66 to 86 dB
Package:
155 Pin PGA
Readout Noise:
9 e- rms(Normal Mode), 1 e- rms(Intra Scene Mode)
Applications:
Surveillance, Scientific Imaging, Medical Imaging,...
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Description:The TCD2564DG is a high sensitive and low dark current 5400 elements x 3 line CCD color image sensor
Sensor Type:
Linear Image Sensor
Resolution:
600 DPI
Chroma:
Color, RGB
Dynamic Range:
50,000:1
Package:
22pin CERDIP
Applications:
Photocopiers
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Description:32M Full-Frame CCD Image Sensor
Sensor Type:
Area Image Sensor
Pixels:
48 MP
Frame Rate:
1.6 fps
Resolution:
8000 (H) x 6000 (V)
Chroma:
Color
Dynamic Range:
74 dB
Package:
Chip
Applications:
transparent membrane poly-silicon, electrodes and ...
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Description:CCD230-84 Scientific CCD Sensor Front Illuminated, 4096 x 4096 Pixels
Sensor Type:
Front Illuminated
Spectral Range:
420 to 1060 nm
Pixels:
16.8 MP
Resolution:
4096 (H) x 4112 (V)
Package:
Ceramic PGA
Readout Noise:
8 e-rms at 1 MHz, 4 e-rms at 50 kHz
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Description:HIGH SPEED HIGH SENSITIVITY LINESCAN IMAGERS For MACHINE VISION
Sensor Type:
Linear Image Sensor
Spectral Range:
200 to 1000 nm
Dynamic Range:
2500:1
Applications:
Web Inspection, mail sorting, Production Measureme...
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Description:43.1 MP, PGA Package Interline Transfer CCD Image Sensor
Sensor Type:
Interline Transfer Sensors
Pixels:
43 MP
Frame Rate:
up to 4 frames per second
Resolution:
8040 (H) x 5360 (V)
Chroma:
Monochrome, Bayer Color, Sparse CFA
Dynamic Range:
60 dB
Package:
CPGA
Readout Noise:
13 electrons rms
Applications:
Security and Surveillance, Industrial Imaging, Map...
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Description:The TCD1710DG is a high sensitive 7500 elements x 2 line CCD image sensor
Sensor Type:
Linear Image Sensor
Resolution:
600 DPI
Chroma:
B/W, Mono
Package:
22pin CERDIP
Applications:
Photocopiers
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Description:60M Monochrome Full-Frame CCD Image Sensor
Sensor Type:
Area Image Sensor
Pixels:
60 MP
Frame Rate:
1.4 fps
Resolution:
8956 (H) x 6708 (V)
Chroma:
Mono
Dynamic Range:
74 dB
Package:
Chip
Applications:
Micro-lenses. The vertical Anti-blooming (VAB) str...
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Description:CCD77-00 Front Illuminated, High Performance IMO Device
Sensor Type:
Front Illuminated
Spectral Range:
400 to 1060 nm
Pixels:
0.3 MP
Resolution:
512 (H) x 512 (V)
Package:
Ceramic
Readout Noise:
3 e-rms
Applications:
Spectroscopy, Scientific Imaging, Star Tracking, M...
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Description:HIGH SPEED HIGH SENSITIVITY LINESCAN IMAGERS For MACHINE VISION
Sensor Type:
Linear Image Sensor
Spectral Range:
200 to 1000 nm
Dynamic Range:
2500:1
Applications:
Web Inspection, mail sorting, Production Measureme...
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CCD Image Sensors

An image sensor is a solid-state device, the part of the camera's hardware that captures light and converts what you see through a viewfinder or LCD monitor into an image. Think of the sensor as the electronic equivalent of film.

Fundamentally, a charge coupled device (CCD) is an integrated circuit etched onto a silicon surface forming light sensitive elements called pixels. It stores and displays the data for an image in such a way that each pixel (picture element) in the image is converted into an electical charge the intensity of which is related to a color in the color spectrum. For a system supporting 65,535 colors, there will be a separate value for each color that can be stored and recovered. CCDs are now commonly included in digital still and video cameras. They are also used in astronomical telescopes, scanners, and bar code readers. These devices have also found use in machine vision for robots, in optical character recognition (OCR), in the processing of satellite photographs, and in the enhancement of radar images, especially in meteorology.