Migration from Low-Resolution CCD to Low-Resolution CMOS Camera
Would you like to know what must be considered when replacing a low-resolution CCD camera with a low-resolution CMOS camera? The Application Note explains the advantages of the switch and why it’s relatively easy to move to a low-resolution Basler ace CMOS camera. It also uses practical examples to show what to keep in mind during the switch.
The following aspects are clarified:
- Image quality, optics, mechanics and interfaces
- Advantages of the low-resolution Basler ace cameras with the IMX273 and IMX287 sensors, since they offer the following features and more
- Ultra-short exposure time
- Easy adaptation in your software application
- PGI feature set (demosaicing, color anti-aliasing, improved sharpness, noise suppression)
- Standard GigE and USB interfaces
Additionally, the document gives you an overview of the CCD and CMOS technologies and a comparison between these two.