Scientific grade CCD and sCMOS¶
XIMEA cameras originate historically from Firewire interface used with a wide range of high grade CCD sensors from Sony and ON Semiconductor - former Truesense, former KODAK.
Later Thermoelectrical Peltier cooling modules were added or fiber optic tapers for direct X-RAY imaging with more interface options like USB3 or faster Thunderbolt and PCI Express.
These Scientifically focused cameras are available with various versions of sensor Grades or Front and Backside illumination.
The newest models are equipped with sCMOS sensors from Gpixel and Hyperspectral sensors from imec.
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Here are some of the most popular examples:¶
sCMOS - Exceptionally sensitive Scientific CMOS cameras with low noise and high dynamic range
Hyperspectral - Smallest Hyperspectral cameras based on USB 3.0 interface with Start Kits
X-RAY - Compact X-RAY cameras with 15 up to 151 Mpix resolutions. Peltier Cooled
Sony CCD + USB 3.0 - Scientific grade USB3 cameras with ICX674, ICX694, ICX814, ICX834
MR4021 model - Scientific grade firewire camera with KAI-4021 sensor
MR11002 model - Scientific grade firewire camera with KAI-11002 sensor
MR16000 model - Scientific grade firewire camera with KAI-16000 sensor
Sony CCD models - Scientific grade firewire cameras with ICX285, ICX274, ICX252, ICX282, ICX655
CCD + USB3 + Peltier - Large format CCD cameras with KAI-4070, KAI-8052, KAI-16070, KAI-29052