Analog


Analog Camera Chart

Model Types

600 Series

Remote Head

Cased

Imager< /b> ^ Cased
1/2'' CCD (NTSC) ^
1/2'' CCD (PAL) ^
1/3'' CCD (NTSC) ^
1/3'' CCD (PAL) ^

^ Board
1/2'' CCD (NTSC) *
1/2'' CCD (PAL) *
1/3'' CCD (NTSC) *
1/3'' CCD (PAL) *
1/3'' CCD (NTSC)
1/3'' CCD (PAL)
Cased Cameras
1/3'' CCD (NTSC)
1/3'' CCD (PAL)

Board Cameras
1/3'' CCD (NTSC) ^
1/3'' CCD (PAL) ^
1/4'' CCD (NTSC) ^
1/4'' CCD (PAL) ^
1/4'' CCD (NTSC) *
1/4'' CCD (PAL) *

^ High or * Low Resolution
Sensors ICX418AKL (NTSC) ^
ICX419AKL (PAL) ^
ICX638BKA (NTSC) ^
ICX639BKA (PAL) ^
ICX418AKL (NTSC) *
ICX419AKL (PAL) *
ICX639BKA (NTSC) *
ICX639BKA (PAL) *

^ Cased or * Board
ICX228AKB (NTSC)
ICX229AKB (PAL)
ICX228AKB (NTSC)
ICX229AKB (PAL)

Cube Cameras
ICX408AL (EIA)
ICX419AL (CCIR)
ICX419AL (EIA)
ICX419AL (CCIR)

Board Cameras
ICX408AK (NTSC) ^
ICX409AK (PAL) ^
ICX648BKA (NTSC) ^
ICX649BKA (PAL) ^
RJ2411AB0PB (NTSC) *
RJ2421AB0PB (PAL) *
TV Format  480 TV Lines  480 TV Lines  480 / 380 TV Lines
Resolutions  768 x 494
 752 x 582
 768 x 494
 752 x 582
 768 x 494
 752 x 582
 512 x 492
 512 x 482
FPS  30 fps  30 fps  30 fps
Types  Board
 Cased
 Board
 Cased
 Board
 Cased
Dimension  45 x 45 x Var. mm
 51 x 51 x 60.5 mm
 45 x 45 x Var. mm
 51 x 51 x 55.5 mm
 45 x 45 x 30 mm
 51 x 51 x 60.5 mm
 26 x 22 x Var. mm




 

600 Series (NTSC / PAL)
Cased and Board Cameras


Sentech offers an extensive range of analog cameras in both board, cased and OEM configurations. These cameras have been designed for a wide range of applications: microscopy, medical equipment, endoscopic equipment, otoscopes, spectrometers, physically abusive environments, hand held instrumentation, inter-oral cameras, bar code readers and even sophisticated machine vision systems. These cameras are feature rich, provide excellent images and proven dependable performance.


  Color CCD Image Sensor

  Designed for Rugged Environment

  Small and Compact



PWC


PWJ


PWT

600 Series Cased (High Resolutions)

NTSC PAL Sensor Format Resolution Picture Element FPS Size
STC-630 STC-635 1/3" NTSC / PAL 480 TV Lines 768 x 494 / 752 x 582 30 / 25 51 x 51 x Var. mm
STC-620 STC-625 1/2" NTSC / PAL 480 TV Lines 768 x 494 / 752 x 582 30 / 25 51 x 51 x Var. mm






 

600 Series (NTSC / PAL)
Board Cameras


Sentech offers an extensive range of analog cameras in both board, cased and OEM configurations. These cameras have been designed for a wide range of applications: microscopy, medical equipment, endoscopic equipment, otoscopes, spectrometers, physically abusive environments, hand held instrumentation, inter-oral cameras, bar code readers and even sophisticated machine vision systems. These cameras are feature rich, provide excellent images and proven dependable performance.


  Color CCD Image Sensor

  Designed for Rugged Environment

  Small and Compact



600 Series Board (High Resolutions)

NTSC PAL Sensor Format Resolution Picture Element FPS Size
STC-630 STC-635 1/3" NTSC / PAL 480 TV Lines 768 x 494 / 752 x 582 30 / 25 45 x 45 x Var. mm
STC-620 STC-625 1/2" NTSC / PAL 480 TV Lines 768 x 494 / 752 x 582 30 / 25 45 x 45 x Var. mm


Mechanical Drawing 600 Series Cased (High Resolutions)


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Mechanical Drawing 600 Series Board (High Resolutions)


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600 Series (NTSC / PAL)
Remote Head Cameras


Sentech offers an extensive range of analog cameras in both board, cased and OEM configurations. These cameras have been designed for a wide range of applications: microscopy, medical equipment, endoscopic equipment, otoscopes, spectrometers, physically abusive environments, hand held instrumentation, inter-oral cameras, bar code readers and even sophisticated machine vision systems. These cameras are feature rich, provide excellent images and proven dependable performance.


  Color CCD Image Sensor

  Designed for Rugged Environment

  Small and Compact



Remote Head Cased (High Resolutions)

NTSC PAL Sensor Format Resolution Picture Element FPS Size
STC-R640 STC-R645 1/3" NTSC / PAL 480 TV Lines 768 x 494 / 752 x 582 30 51 x 51 x 60.5 mm

Remote Head Board (High Resolutions)

NTSC PAL Sensor Format Resolution Picture Element FPS Size
STC-R640 STC-R645 1/3" NTSC / PAL 480 TV Lines 768 x 494 / 752 x 582 30 51 x 51 x 60.5 mm


Mechanical Drawing Remote Head Cased (High Resolutions)


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Mechanical Drawing Remote Head Board (High Resolutions)


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Cased and Board Cameras
NTSC and PAL Models


Sentech offers an extensive range of analog cameras in both board, cased and OEM configurations. These cameras have been designed for a wide range of applications: microscopy, medical equipment, endoscopic equipment, otoscopes, spectrometers, physically abusive environments, hand held instrumentation, inter-oral cameras, bar code readers and even sophisticated machine vision systems. These cameras are feature rich, provide excellent images and proven dependable performance.


  Color CCD Image Sensor

  Designed for Rugged Environment

  Small and Compact



60 Cased Cameras

NTSC PAL Sensor Format Resolution Picture Element FPS Size
STC-N63 STC-P63 1/3" NTSC / PAL 480 TV Lines 768 x 494 / 752 x 582 30 35 x 42 x 54.5


Mechanical Drawing 60 Cased Cameras


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What is Analog?


Analog photography is a commonly used term for photography that uses a progressively changing recording medium, which may be either chemical process based (e.g., photographic film or plate) or electronic (e.g., vidicon or CCD sensor). Through common use this term has come to mean anything that is "not digital" despite some amount of controversy that the use of film isn't a true "analog" process.


In a film camera that uses the gelatin-silver process, light falling upon photographic emulsions containing silver halides is recorded as a latent image. The latent image is subjected to photographic processing, which makes it visible and insensitive to light.


In a video camera or digital still camera, the signal is captured with a video camera tube or charge coupled device sensor, which sends the picture to be processed by the camera's electronics. The signal can be transmitted or recorded on a storage device for later playback.


What is NTSC and PAL?


NTSC, named for the National Television System Committee,[1] is the analog television system that is used in most of North America, parts of South America (except Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, and French Guiana), Myanmar, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines, and some Pacific island nations and territories.

PAL, short for Phase Alternating Line, is a colour encoding system for analogue television used in broadcast television systems in most countries broadcasting at 576i. Other common analogue television systems are NTSC and SECAM. This page primarily discusses the PAL colour encoding system. The articles on broadcast television systems and analogue television further describe frame rates, image resolution and audio modulation. For discussion of the 625-line / 50 field (25 frame) per second television standard.

What is EIA and CCIR?


EIA, Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA) Standards. The EIA ceased operations on February 11, 2011, but the former sectors continue to serve the constituencies of EIA. EIA designated ECA to continue to develop standards for interconnect, passive and electro-mechanical (IP&E) electronic components under the ANSI-designation of EIA standards. All other electronic components standards are managed by their respective sectors. ECA is expected to merge with the National Electronic Distributors Association (NEDA) to form the Electronic Components Industry Association (ECIA). However, the EIA standards brand will continue for IP&E standards within ECIA. As currently authorized, any ANSI standard designated at ANSI EIA-xxx is developed and/or managed by ECA (and, in the future, ECIA).

CCIR, ITU-R Recommendation BT.601, more commonly known by the abbreviations Rec. 601 or BT.601 (or its former name, CCIR 601,) is a standard published in 1982 by International Telecommunication Union - Radio communications sector (formerly CCIR) for encoding interlaced analog video signals in digital video form. It includes methods of encoding 525-line 60 Hz and 625-line 50 Hz signals, both with 720 luminance samples and 360 chrominance samples per line. The color encoding system is known as YCbCr 4:2:2. For a pair of pixels, the data are stored in the order Y1:Cb:Y2:Cr, with the chrominance samples co-sited with the first luminance sample.

What is Resolution?


Image resolution is the detail an image holds. The term applies to raster digital images, film images, and other types of images. Higher resolution means more image detail. Image resolution can be measured in various ways. Basically, resolution quantifies how close lines can be to each other and still be visibly resolved. Resolution units can be tied to physical sizes (e.g. lines per mm, lines per inch), to the overall size of a picture (lines per picture height, also known simply as lines, TV lines, or TVL), or to angular subtenant. Line pairs are often used instead of lines; a line pair comprises a dark line and an adjacent light line. A line is either a dark line or a light line. A resolution 10 lines per millimeter means 5 dark lines alternating with 5 light lines, or 5 line pairs per millimeter (5 LP/mm). Photographic lens and film resolution are most often quoted in line pairs per millimeter.

 
 

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