ICX282AK Datasheet Includes this ‘Vertical Transfer Clock Equivalent Circuit’ Diagram
The ICX282AK is a diagonal 11mm (Type 2/3)
interline CCD solid-state image sensor with a square
pixel array and 5.07M effective pixels. Frame readout
allows all pixels’ signals to be output independently
within approximately 1/3.75 second. In addition, output
is possible using various addition and pulse elimination
methods. This chip features an electronic shutter with
variable charge-storage time. Adoption of a design
specially suited for frame readout ensures a saturation
signal level equivalent to that when using field readout.
High resolution and high color reproductively are
achieved through the use of Ye, Cy, Mg and G
complementary color mosaic filters as the color filters.
Further, high sensitivity and low dark current are
achieved through the adoption of Super HAD CCD
This chip is suitable for applications such as
electronic still cameras, PC input cameras, etc.
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