Progressive scan camera uses 1024 x 1024 array MX12 1024 x 1024 CCD-based camera handles up to 30

Progressive scan camera uses 1024 x 1024 array MX12 1024 x 1024 CCD-based camera handles up to 30 frames/s. With an image size of 0.66 in., the camera has a 10-bit dynamic range and uses a 40-MHz pixel clock to deliver a composite video output signal with a programmable frame rate and 25 or 30 progressive or interlaced frames per second. The AIA-compliant interface allows the camera to interface to frame grabbers with parallel differential digital input. Adimec, Meerenakkerweg 1, 5652 Eindhov

Progressive scan camera uses 1024 x 1024 array MX12 1024 x 1024 CCD-based camera handles up to 30 frames/s. With an image size of 0.66 in., the camera has a 10-bit dynamic range and uses a 40-MHz pixel clock to deliver a composite video output signal with a programmable frame rate and 25 or 30 progressive or interlaced frames per second. The AIA-compliant interface allows the camera to interface to frame grabbers with parallel differential digital input. Adimec, Meerenakkerweg 1, 5652 Eindhoven, The Netherlands; 31 40 252 3220; Fax: 31 40 255 2520.

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