1/2-inch Progressive Scan CCD Image Sensor with Square Pixel for B/W Cameras
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The ICX099AL is a 1/2-inch optical interline CCD
solid-state image sensor with a square pixel array
and 800K effective pixels. Progressive scan allows all
pixels' signals to be output independently within
approximately 1/15 second. Also, the adoption of
high-speed mode supports 30 frames per second.
This chip features an electronic shutter with variable
charge-storage time which makes it possible to
realize high resolution, full-frame still image without a
mechanical shutter. Further, high sensitivity and low
dark current are achieved through the adoption of
HAD (Hole-Accumulation Diode) sensors.
This chip is suitable for applications such as high
resolution cameras for FA, etc.
• Progressive scan allows individual readout of the
image signals from all pixels.
• High horizontal and vertical resolution still image
without a mechanical shutter.
• Supports 30 frames per second mode
• Square pixel
• Horizontal drive frequency: 14.31818MHz
• No voltage adjustments (reset gate and substrate
bias are not adjusted.)
• High resolution, high sensitivity, low dark current
• Continuous variable-speed shutter
• Low smear
• Excellent antiblooming characteristics
20 pin DIP (Cer-DIP)
Optical black position
• Interline CCD image sensor
• Optical size:
• Number of effective pixels: 1034 (H) × 779 (V) approx. 800K pixels
• Total number of pixels:
1077 (H) × 788 (V) approx. 850K pixels
• Chip size:
7.60mm (H) × 6.20mm (V)
• Unit cell size:
6.25µm (H) × 6.25µm (V)
• Optical black:
Horizontal (H) direction: Front 3 pixels, rear 40 pixels
Vertical (V) direction: Front 7 pixels, rear 2 pixels
• Number of dummy bits:
• Substrate material:
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