NOW AVAILABLE! IK-4KH ULTRA HD 3CMOS Camera with 1/2.9 Progressive Sensors. 3840 X 2160p/60 & 1,500 TV Lines.
Toshiba IK-HD5 3-CMOS HD Sensors, 2.1MP, Progressive Scan, 1/2.9" 3G-SDI or USB 3 with DVI-D output, 1920 x 1080.
Toshiba ultra compact size featuring Full HD 1920 x1080p DVI output, 2 MP progressive scan, and 1 CMOS 900 TVL or 3 CMOS 1000 TVL cameras.
The ultra-lightweight high definition IK-HD1H 3CCD camera is designed for broadcast, medical, scientific and commercial uses.
IK-HR1D, IK-HR1H, IK-HR1S & IK-HR2D HD cameras with CMOS sensors are ideal for imaging objects in motion, with little motion artifacts.
This product has been discontinued, Call for availability. Our 12mm nd 17mm micro camera configurations are designed for easy integration into custom systems to inspect a small or hard to reach area.
Toshiba IK-TF5P2 & IK-TF7P2 color cameras - progressive scan, power over camerlink, VGA or XGA. Up to 250 fps!
A variety of selectable outputs and remote head features make Toshiba’s family of HD cameras for system integrations are ideal for industrial and broadcast applications. Toshiba Imaging’s suite of five, ultra-compact, high definition cameras includes both 3CCD and the more affordable CMOS sensor models. Other applications include aviation/aerospace, machine vision, military and defense, life sciences, diagnostics and microscopy.
Toshiba IK-HR2D Offering real-time, live-image data capture up to 60 frames per second (fps), the IK-HR2D camera features both DVI-D and USB outputs, making it particularly useful for microscopy and other life sciences, industrial, and broadcast applications. The compact (1.73 in. x 1.73 in. x 3.17 in.), one-piece CMOS IK-HR2D camera allows the user to choose from selectable outputs to capture and send out video data up to 60 frames per second at 1080p/720p or 30 fps at 1080i or via the convenient DVI-D output. For still images, or for a series of images, or video at 5 frames per second at 1080 mode or 10 fps at 720 mode, the optional USB port on the IK-HR2D is ideal.
Toshiba IK-HR1H is a miniature remote CMOS camera head. It can be configured with either of two camera control units (CCUs), the IK-HR1CD (DVI) and the IK-HR1CS (HD-SDI). The ultra- small, lightweight remote camera head is approximately 1.18 in. x 1.37 in. x 1.41 in. and weighs only 1.76 oz. (without lens). Toshiba’s 1/3 inch CMOS sensor is ideal for imaging applications where space is critical and the remote head can be linked to the CCU via a standard, power over camera link (PoCL) cable. Two output versions of the IK-HR1H are available to deliver added flexibility; the IK-HR1CD camera control unit offers a DVI-I with 720p/1080i/1080p and the IK-HR1CS CCU features an HD-SDI with 720p/1080i video signal outputs. With the optional auto and manual white balance controls plus optional auto and manual electronic shuttering, these tiny, new cameras are well-suited for scientific/life sciences, microscopy, and diagnostic imaging. Other applications that require a small, flexible, high performance HD camera include specialty broadcasting, reality TV and sports, microscopy, industrial video/inspection, and aviation.
Toshiba IK-HR1S The 1/3 inch CMOS detector with 2.1 mega pixels offers optional 720p or 1080i scanning operation, both with HD-SDI output. Third in Toshiba Imaging’s suite of high definition cameras, the extremely small IK-HR1S unit (only 1 3⁄4 in. x 1 3⁄4 in. by 3 in.) features an RS-232 serial interface and a C-mount lens interface, offering clear, crisp HD imagery and superior color resolution. The single-chip HD IK-HR1S camera delivers very large bandwidth, hence a better signal, over longer distances. Ideal for professional and specialty broadcasting and/or industrial imaging applications where the option to switch from progressive to interlace scanning operation is essential.
Toshiba IK-HR1D An affordable HDTV camera featuring full 1080 progressive scan resolution. The 1/3 inch, 2.1 million megapixel CMOS sensor has a frame rate of 60 frames per second (fps), delivering crisp, clear imagery with no motion artifacts. Toshiba’s progressive scan technology makes the IK-HR1D camera ideal for applications where the objects or subjects are in motion, e.g. specialty broadcast, machine vision or scientific imaging. For added flexibility, the IK-HR1D camera has an auto-electrical shutter and auto or manual white balance controls. Toshiba’s highly sensitive IK-HR1D camera is suited for the most demanding imaging tasks in the research lab, on the set or in the studio, or in the field. The IK-HR1D accepts C-mount lenses.
Toshiba IK-HD1 offers two camera control units (CCUs) to operate with the popular remote head, high definition IK- HD1. Both new CCU models have been developed in response to customer demand for video output flexibility. The first of these, the IK-HD1D, features the same output as the original IK-HD1model (1080i output via Y/Pb/Pr), but has an added DVI-I output on the rear panel. This versatility allows customers to use less costly, consumer HD control panels that accept DVI and/or HDMI signals, rather than the more costly HD-SDI panels. Toshiba’s second model, the IK-HD1E CCU complements both the original IK-HD1 and the newest CCU model, the IK-HD1D. The IK-HD1E CCU is designed to output HD-SDI and Y/Pb/Pr video signals in both 50 and 60 Hz. This is ideal for clients who may have applications where 50 Hz is standard.