MR11002MU-BH

MR11002MU-BH
DISCONTINUATION in progress
 
  • 11 Mpix Black and White CCD camera
  • Onsemi (Truesense) KAI-11002
  • Check conditions for Taped Cover Glass sensor (without microlens) model
  • FireWire Interface

 

4K Scientific grade quality camera with enhanced sensitivity and low readout noise for all branches of life and material science like:
 

Semiconductor wafer scanning, Flat panel inspection, printed circuit board (PCB) examination, Cell Biology, Astronomy, Medical, Microscopy, Ophthalmology and Retinal imaging, Pathology, Histology, Intelligent Traffic Systems, Low light Fluorescence, Endoscopy, Biometrics, Industrial Automation, Digital Radiography, Bioluminescence, Biology, Chemiluminescence and many more.

 

Note: XIMEA can still produce this model, but stable operation is guaranteed only up to Windows 7 Prof. SP1. This is not fundamental, but camera would not be functional together with new cameras from XIMEA.

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Specifications:
Part Number MR11002MU-BH
Resolution 11 MP 4008 x 2672 pixels
Frame rates 2 Fps
Sensor type CCD B/W
Sensor model KODAK KAI-11002
Sensor size Diagonal 43.3 mm
Sensor active area 25.7 x 37.25 mm
Readout Method Global shutter
Pixel size 9 µm
ADC -Bits per pixel 8, 10, 12, 14
Data interface IEEE1394A Firewire
Dynamic range Typ. 70 dB
Full Well Capacity 60 000 e-
On-chip binning 1x, 2x, 4x, 8x
Readout noise typ. 10 ē
Data I/O GPIO 2IN, 2OUT, Serial Port
Power consumption 5-12V 2 Watt
Lens mount M50 x 0.75 mm
Weight 190 grams
Dimensions WxHxD 60 x 60 x 35 mm
Acquisition gain 4±0.3 ē/ADU
Acquisition noise typ. 4.5 ē
Customs tariff code 8525.80 30 (EU) / 8525.80 40 (USA)
ECCN EAR99
Last Updated: 23 July 2019, 21:56

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