Line-scan camera

May 22, 2000
The MS2200 three-chip line-scan camera uses a color-separating prism and three linear CCD arrays to separate incoming light by color and acquire true-color images.

The MS2200 three-chip line-scan camera uses a color-separating prism and three linear CCD arrays to separate incoming light by color and acquire true-color images. The camera is available in configurations for standard red, green, and blue color imaging and multispectral imaging based on visible and near-infrared wavelengths. It has parallel digital output at 8 or 10 bits/channel, line rates to 15 kHz, support for interchangeable F-mount lenses, and an RS-232 interface.
Duncan Technologies, Auburn, CA

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