Cameras with CCD sensors still have a large market share today. However, CMOS sensors now exceed the image quality of CCD sensors and offer additional advantages such as speed, lower energy consumption or a more user-friendly interface. Nevertheless, CCD cameras can still score in some areas such as the high-end sector.
CCD or CMOS?
Are you looking for cameras for running applications that work with CCD cameras?
Then you can still stay with CCD sensors and we will inform you in advance in case of product discontinuation.
Are you looking for cameras for new applications?
For new applications we recommend the use of a camera with CMOS sensor, as this guarantees higher availability and a better price-performance ratio.
Measuring only 49.5 x 29 x 29 mm this entry level camera is an excellent price/performance offering from Allied Vision. With CCD, CMOS, CMOS with increased infrared sensitivity and a polarisation sensor, there are plenty of options to suit various applications.
High-performance cameras with Progressive Scan sensor, based on latest 5.5 µm 4-tap CCD technology by Kodak. Supports frame rates up to 125fps at 1 million pixel resolution, equipped with a CameraLink interface.
High-performance machine vision cameras with progressive scan sensor, based on the latest CCD technology from ON Semiconductor and Sony with superior low noise performance resulting in a high dynamic range.