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Updated: July 8th, 2008 05:26 PM CDT

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20/21RD8

Videology Imaging Solutions Inc.
(www.videologyinc.com)

  • 1/3-inch CCD, seven-inch (19 x 18mm) round dual board
  • 400 TV lines of resolution
  • 0.3 lux

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PI5002A Image Sensor Chip

Peripheral Imaging Corporation
(www.p-imaging.com)

  • Compact, integrated module that can be selectively operated as a 300, 600, 1,200 or 2,400 dpi Contact Image Sensor
  • Contains an on-chip output amplifier, power-down circuitry, parallel data transfer and pixel-to-pixel offset cancellation that minimizes fixed pattern noise and amplifier offsets
  • Applications include facsimile, PC scanners, check readers and other automated document scanning equipment

For free information, visit www.advancedimagingpro.com and click e-inquiry, indicate 332.

M585 Multi-Standard Graphics/Video PMC

Aitech Defense Systems
(www.rugged.com)

  • COTS mezzanine card providing 2D and 3D graphics processing
  • Includes extensive encoding and decoding capabilities
  • Three levels of ruggedization for commercial, rugged or military applications

For free information, visit www.advancedimagingpro.com and click e-inquiry, indicate 333.

KAC-3100/ KAC-5000 Image Sensors

Kodak Image Sensor Solutions
(www.kodak.com)

  • First CMOS image censors to incorporate KODAK PIXELUX technology
  • Increases the image quality and performance available from the device, particularly under low-light conditions
  • PIXELUX technology includes the use of low dark current pinned photodiodes in a four-transistor, shared pixel architecture, enabling the manufacture of CMOS pixels that approach the size of the smallest CCD pixels

For free information, visit www.advancedimagingpro.com and click e-inquiry, indicate 334.

FutureBus

ITT Electronic Components
(www.ittcannon.com)

  • Compatible PHD backplane meets ribbon interconnect density
  • Low insertion loss, higher return loss
  • Maintainability features found in a simplex interconnect

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