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Classification of Industrial Cameras

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Classification of Industrial Cameras

 


Anything must have its own classification standards, and industrial cameras are no exception.

 


According to the chip type, it can be divided into CCD camera and CMOS camera;

 


According to the structural characteristics of the sensor, it can be divided into line scan camera and area scan camera;

 


According to the scanning method, it can be divided into interlaced scanning cameras and progressive scanning cameras;

 


According to the resolution, it can be divided into ordinary resolution cameras and high resolution cameras;

 


According to the output signal mode, it can be divided into analog camera and digital camera;

 


According to the output color, it can be divided into monochrome (black and white) camera, color camera;

 


According to the output signal speed, it can be divided into ordinary speed cameras and high-speed cameras;

 


According to the response frequency range, it can be divided into visible light (ordinary) cameras, infrared cameras, ultraviolet cameras, etc.

 


Source: Premier Cable Co., Ltd. specializes in providing industrial camera related cables, website address: https://www.premier-cable.net/product/Camera-Link-Cables-10

 


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