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CCD485 Solid-State Full-Frame Sensor

Photonics Spectra
May 2003
Fairchild ImagingRequest Info
 
CCD485 Solid-State Full-Frame Sensor Fairchild Imaging Inc., the leading designer and manufacturer of CCD technology, offers its CCD485, a solid-state, full-frame sensor intended for high-resolution scientific, industrial and commercial digital imaging applications. Organized as a matrix array of 4096 (H) x 4097 (V) imaging elements, the CCD485 provides a pixel pitch and spacing of 15 µm with nearly 100% fill factor. It features an imaging area that can be operated in either buried-channel or multipinned phase (MPP) modes. Three-phase clocking is employed in the imaging area, which is divided into four quadrants. Each quadrant may be clocked independently, if desired. The CCD485 may be clocked such that the full array is read out from any one of the four output amplifiers.

Standard features include a 4096 x 4097 photosite array, 15 x 15-µm pixel size, a 0.20 x 61.21-mm image area, 4080 x 4080 optically active pixels, low read noise, a wide dynamic range and three-phase buried-channel NMOS. If you require additional information on the CCD485, contact Fairchild Imaging Inc. Our contact information is on the contents page of this Mini-Magazine.


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