Diagonal 4.5mm (Type 1/4) CCD Image Sensor for PAL Color Video Cameras
The ICX209AK is an interline CCD solid-state image
sensor suitable for PAL color video cameras.
Compared with the current product ICX069AK,
sensitivity and saturation signal are improved drastically
through the adoption of Super HAD CCD technology.
High resolution is achieved through the use of Ye,
Cy, Mg, and G complementary color mosaic filters.
This chip features a field period readout system and
an electronic shutter with variable charge-storage time.
The package is a 10mm-square 14-pin DIP (Plastic).
• High sensitivity (+4dB compared with ICX069AK)
• High saturation signal
(+2.5dB compared with ICX069AK)
• Horizontal register: 3.3 to 5.0V drive
• Reset gate:
3.3 to 5.0V drive
• No voltage adjustment
(Reset gate and substrate bias are not adjusted.)
• High resolution, low smear and low dark current
• Excellent antiblooming characteristics
• Continuous variable-speed shutter
• Recommended range of exit pupil distance: –20 to –100mm
• Ye, Cy, Mg, and G complementary color mosaic filters on chip
14 pin DIP (Plastic)
Optical black position
• Interline CCD image sensor
• Image size:
• Number of effective pixels:
• Total number of pixels:
• Chip size:
• Unit cell size:
• Optical black:
• Number of dummy bits:
• Substrate material:
Diagonal 4.5mm (Type 1/4)
752 (H) × 582 (V) approx. 440K pixels
795 (H) × 596 (V) approx. 470K pixels
4.47mm (H) × 3.80mm (V)
4.85µm (H) × 4.65µm (V)
Horizontal (H) direction: Front 3 pixels, rear 40 pixels
Vertical (V) direction: Front 12 pixels, rear 2 pixels
Vertical 1 (even fields only)
∗Super HAD CCD is a registered trademark of Sony Corporation. Super HAD CCD is a CCD that drastically improves sensitivity by introducing
newly developed semiconductor technology by Sony Corporation into Sony's high-performance HAD (Hole-Accumulation Diode) sensor.
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