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47 Mpixel resolution CameraLink and CoaXPress cameras

5 Sep 2017

Two new 47 megapixel (8856 × 5280 pixel) models have been added to the proven Vieworks VA series of CCD cameras. The VA-47MC and VA-47MX utilise the CameraLink medium and CoaXPress interface standards respectively. Both cameras feature the latest 47 megapixel KAI-47051 CCD imaging sensor from On Semiconductor and offer frame rates of 7 fps at full resolution for the VA-47MC and 9 fps for the VA-47MX.

The KAI-47051 Image Sensor is the world's highest resolution interline transfer CCD with a global shutter. It is designed for the most demanding inspection and surveillance applications including flat panel display inspection, electronics inspection, aerial imaging, and ground surveillance.

Based on an advanced 5.5-micron interline transfer CCD platform, the sensor features a broad dynamic range and excellent imaging performance and uniformity. The full resolution readout of up to 7 fps in the CL version and 9 fps in the CXP version is enabled through a multi-tap output architecture. A vertical overflow drain structure suppresses image blooming and enables electronic shuttering for precise exposure control.

Key features include:

  • 16 taps readout 

  • High dynamic range up to 68 dB 

  • CameraLink Medium interface up to 7 fps 

  • CoaXPress interface up to 9 fps at 12.5 Gbps using 2 channels 

  • Field upgradable firmware
  • 8/10/12 bit pixel depth
  • Excellent anti-blooming and anti-smear 

  • Flat field correction 

  • Advanced PRNU and DSNU correction 

  • Tap linearity correction 

Flat field correction gives a uniform linear image from edge to edge. The camera has user defined defect correction, programmable I/O and has advanced tap balancing to produce the highest quality images possible.


Seongnam City, South Korea

Founded in 1999, Vieworks has been actively serving digital imaging markets with its distinguished vision technologies.