By separating the main processing board from the CCD head we have made this CCD camera as small as possible. The mini snake camera head is a tiny 0.75″ x 0.45″ x 0.45″ and the processor board, located 10″ down the cable, is only 0.275″ thick by 1.15″ square.
This black and white snake pinhole camera uses a 1/4″ Interline transfer CCD with 510 x 492 pixels to deliver a sharp 570 lines of resolution and a low light rating of 0.02 lux. The camera runs on 12 volts DC and draws only 70 mA. Comes with plug-and-play video/power cables and connection instructions.
|Imager Type||Interline transfer CCD|
|Imager Size (in)||1/4|
|Max Focal Length (mm)||3.7|
|Amps DC (mA)||70|
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