CCD vs. CMOS Camera Considerations in Industrial, Scientific & Metrology Applications

October 10, 2017

12:00-1:30 pm EDT

ABOUT THIS WEBINAR

The goal of this webinar is to illustrate the differences between CMOS and CCD cameras. We will cover performance differences of large optical format (>20mm) global shutter cameras with resolutions greater than 9MP used in industrial, scientific and metrology applications. This webinar will provide the audience with valuable knowledge to be able to select the right camera for their application. Join us and our industry experts as we dive into the differences between CCD vs CMOS so you can ask the right questions and make informed decisions.

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Imperx, Inc.

Imperx manufactures high-performance industrial, medical and military grade cameras with resolutions ranging from VGA to 29 mega pixels providing either Camera Link®, GigE Vision®, CoaXPress® or HD-SDI output. IMPERX CCD cameras and custom imaging products facilitate legacy system integration while delivering the imaging industry’s most comprehensive feature sets at competitive prices. Built to meet the most demanding imaging requirements, all IMPERX fully programmable cameras are designed for an extended operating temperature range of -40°C to +85°C and a high MTBF of 660,000 hrs @ 40°C. IMPERX is the recognized resource for powerful, easy to use desk and laptop Frame Grabbers utilizing Camera Link®, SD/HD-SDI or analog standards. IMPERX Camera Link® frame grabbers feature “Self-Learn”, an advancement that eliminates the need for camera configuration files. Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, with distributors worldwide, IMPERX manufacturing facilities are certified ISO 9001.

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Keith Wetzel

Keith Wetzel joined IMPERX in 2014 after a 28-year career at Eastman Kodak Company. With 16 years in the image sensor group, he held business development and management positions, contributed to three patents, published several image sensor and digital radiography articles and represented Kodak at the Jet Propulsion Laboratories in Pasadena during the Mars Pathfinder landing which was nominated for a PRSA Silver Anvil award. Mr. Wetzel has a B.S. in electrical engineering and a master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing from Rochester Institute of Technology. Keith was inducted to the National Beta Gamma Sigma honor society in 1992. Prior to joining the image sensor group, he held management and engineering roles developing digital signal processing and high speed imaging hardware in the Computer Automation Manufacturing Information and Control Systems organization.

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