TDI board level camera C10000-A01

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The C10000-A01 is a board-level camera mounted a TDI sensor. The camera is particularly useful for low light level scanning applications. Frame readout mode is available for easy focusing.

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Specifications

Type number C10000-A01
Imaging device Back thinned type
Effective number of pixels 2048 (H)×128 (V)
Cell size 12 μm (H)×12 μm (V)
Effective area 24.58 mm (H)×1.536 mm (V)
Readout mode TDI mode / Frame readout mode
TDI transfer direction Bidirectional transfer
TDI output channel 4 TAP (512×128)
Anti-blooming Lateral overflow drain (100×)
TDI pixel clock rate 30 MHz
TDI line rate 0.45 kHz to 50 kHz
TDI line rate control Internal setting by serial command / External trigger
Full well capacity 80 000 electrons (typ.)
Readout noise 50 electrons rms (typ.)
Dynamic range 1600:1
Binning 2 x 2
Analog gain 1 time to 5 times (16 steps)
A/D converter 12 bit/8 bit
Interface Camera Link Base configuration
Camera control Serial control in Camera Link
Camera output clock 60 MHz
Camera output channel 2 TAP (1024 x 2)
Connector Mini Camera Link (SDR) x 1
Lens mount F-mount
Power requirements DC+12 V
Power consumption Approx.13.2 VA
Ambient operating temperature 0 ℃ to +40 ℃
Ambient storage temperature -10 ℃ to +50 ℃
Ambient operating humidity 0% to 80 % (with no condensation)

① Frame readout mode is useful for easy focusing, but it is not suitable for measurement. Please consult with our sales office for details.
② Internal TDI line rate is set by 33 ns step.
③ Selectable by serial command.
④ AC adapter and external trigger cable are not included.

Spectral response

c10000-A01 spectral response

Dimensions

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