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Sony XC-55BB

XC-55BB
Interlaced (1/ 60 sec. x2) Non-Interlaced (1/ 30 sec.)
Remote Head
Dimensions: 29 (w) x 29 (h) x 67 (d) mm
Weight: 110g
S/N Ratio: 56dB

The ultra-compact XC-55BB monochrome camera has a progressive scan CCD to provide full frame images. The XC-55BB is a remote head camera module of the XC-55. The square remote head of the XC-55BB has a precisely installed CCD to ensure accurate alignment and its miniature size allows access to very contained spaces. The CCD uses square pixels most suitable when working with computers. The square pixels of the CCD ensure resolution equally in both horizontal and vertical axis and negates the use of dimension correction for image processing. The XC-55BB model is compact and lightweight and can be used in a wide range of image processing applications.

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NI Compatible Products
NI - Compatible Hardware 
778200-01 NI PCI-1409/PXI-1409 image acquisition device
NI - Cable P/N 
183882-01IMAQ-BNC-1, Analog Camera Cable,1 m
183882-02IMAQ-BNC-1, Analog Camera Cable, 2 m
Camera File 
XC-55 Camera File (4.0kb)Camera File for use with NI-IMAQ 2.5 or later
Created by: NI Certified Created on: 9/10/2001
Sony's data sheet Data sheet in PDF format
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Compatibility Report 
XC-55 Support File (1kb)Compatibility Report for use with NI-IMAQ 2.5 or later
Created by: NI Certified Created on: 9/10/2001
Comments 
1408 and 1407 is compatible with this camera, but with some limitation. Please look at support file.

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  • Windows will now associate that file type with Notepad, and clicking Camera File links will download and save as desired