Scientific grade CCD¶
Our cameras started historically with Firewire interface used with wide range of high grade CCD sensors from Sony and Truesense (former KODAK, now Onsemi).
Some of the sensors switch to USB3 interface.
These Scientifically oriented cameras are available in board level, standard housing, Peltier TEC Cooled or even X-RAY versions.
|Software||Any camera can be used with over 30 of supported Vision Libraries and different OS|
|Datasheets||Several datasheets for models with Sony CCD|
|FAQ||Here you can find answers and datasheets are in Documents|
|Contact Support||In case you have any technical questions|
Here are some of the most popular examples:¶
MR4021 - Scientific grade firewire camera with KAI-4021 sensor
MR11002 - Scientific grade firewire camera with KAI-11002 sensor
MR16000 - Scientific grade firewire camera with KAI-16000 sensor
Sony CCD - Scientific grade firewire cameras with ICX285, ICX274, ICX252, ICX282, ICX655
Sony CCD + USB 3.0 - Scientific grade USB3 cameras with ICX674, ICX694, ICX814, ICX834
Hyperspectral - Smallest Hyperspectral cameras based on USB 3.0 interface with Start Kits
X-RAY - Compact X-RAY cameras with 11 and 16 Mpix resolutions. Peltier Cooled
Custom & OEM Cameras¶
Connected to first Firewire camera line XIMEA started to produce different Custom and OEM Cameras.
These can be adjusted to your specific product needs:
Either Firewire, USB 2.0 or USB 3.0, PCI Express, Thunderbolt, housed or board level, TE Cooled or NIR versions, Hyperspectral or X-Ray with straight or angled connectors - we can adapt to your requirements.
To inquire about options please use email@example.com
A Variety of applications and their demands on one side, and the strive to reduce initial price and maintenance cost on the other, compel XIMEA to offer a wide spectrum of digital cameras for industrial machine vision and scientific imaging systems.
Unique features of XIMEA generic and OEM cameras are extremely small size, fastest speed, customization and compatibility with plethora of image processing libraries and frameworks.