1. Description
  2. Specifications
  3. Smart features
  4. Applications

11 Megapixel CCD camera, cooled Truesense 35 mm sensor

The Bigeye P-1100B/C is a high-resolution cooled CCD camera. It includes a sensitive 35 mm Truesense sensor. Due to the cooling to 0°C, this camera features high-resolution imaging with outstanding signal-to-noise ratio.

  • 11 Megapixel Truesense CCD sensor with anti-blooming circuit
  • 1.6 fps / 3.2 fps with binning
  • Peltier cooled (0°C absolute)
  • Excellent dynamic range
  • 1 ms up to 60 seconds exposure time

Bigeye P-1100B Cool (Monochrome), GigE
Bigeye P-1100C Cool (Color), GigE

Bigeye P-1100
Interface IEEE 802.3 1000baseT
Resolution 4024 x 2680
Sensor Truesense KAI-11002
Sensor type CCD Progressive
Sensor size Type 35 mm
Cell size 9 µm
Lens mount F-Mount
Max frame rate at full resolution 1.6 fps
A/D 14 bit
Bit depth 12 bit
Operating conditions/Dimensions
Operating temperature 0 °C ... 40 °C
Power requirements (DC) 12 V
Power consumption (12 V) 36 W
Mass 1390 g
Body Dimensions
(L x W x H in mm)
143 x 90 x 99 incl. connectors, w/o lens
Regulations CE, RoHS (2002/95/EC)

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  • Binning (1 x 2)
  • Gain (6 dB)
  • Exposure time 1 ms – 60 seconds
  • Background correction
  • Continuous mode (image acquisition with maximum frame rate)
  • Image On Demand mode (triggered image acquisition)

In combination with AVT’s AcquireControl software, extensive image analysis functions are available:

  • BCG LUT (brightness, contrast, gamma)
  • Auto contrast
  • Auto brightness
  • Analyze multiple regions (rectangular, circle) within the image
  • Real-time statistics and histogram display
  • … and more

The Bigeye P-1100B/C is the perfect choice for image acquisition with high resolution and low noise. Exposure times from 1 ms up to 60 seconds qualify this camera for a variety of applications. Short exposure times with low trigger latency ensure sharp images of moving objects. Long exposure times with the cooled sensor produce images with outstanding low noise.

  • High resolution, low noise image acquisition of still and moving objects
  • Low noise images with long exposure times (cooled sensor)
  • Scientific imaging
  • Medical imaging