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LZ2363B/LZ2364BJ
LZ2363B/
LZ2364BJ
1/3-type CCD Area Sensors
with 470 k Pixels
DESCRIPTION
The LZ2363B/LZ2364BJ are 1/3-type (6.0 mm)
solid-state image sensors that consist of PN photo-
diodes and CCDs (charge-coupled devices). With
approximately 470 000 pixels (795 horizontal x 595
vertical), the sensor provides a stable high-resolution
color (LZ2363B)/B/W (LZ2364BJ) image.
FEATURES
• Number of effective pixels : 752 (H) x 582 (V)
• Number of optical black pixels
– Horizontal : 3 front and 40 rear
– Vertical : 11 front and 2 rear
• Pixel pitch : 6.5 µm (H) x 6.3 µm (V)
• Mg, G, Cy, and Ye complementary color filters
(For LZ2363B)
• Low fixed-pattern noise and lag
• No burn-in and no image distortion
• Blooming suppression structure
• Built-in output amplifier
• Variable electronic shutter (1/50 to 1/10 000 s)
• Compatible with PAL standard (LZ2363B)/
CCIR standard (LZ2364BJ)
• Package :
16-pin half-pitch WDIP [Ceramic]
(WDIP016-N-0450)
Row space : 11.43 mm
PIN CONNECTIONS
16-PIN HALF-PITCH WDIP
TOP VIEW
ØV4 1
ØV3 2
ØV2 3
ØV1 4
GND 5
NC1 6
NC2 7
OS 8
16 ØH2
15 ØH1
14 ØLH1
13 ØRS
12 PW
11 OFD
10 GND
9 OD
(WDIP016-N-0450)
PRECAUTIONS
• The exit pupil position of lens should be more
than 25 mm (LZ2363B)/20 mm (LZ2364BJ) from
the top surface of the CCD.
• Refer to "PRECAUTIONS FOR CCD AREA
SENSORS" for details.
COMPARISON TABLE
TV standard
Characteristics
LZ2363B
LZ2364BJ
PAL standard (Color)
CCIR standard (B/W)
Refer to each following specification.
In the absence of confirmation by device specification sheets, SHARP takes no responsibility for any defects that may occur in equipment using any SHARP devices shown in
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PIN DESCRIPTION
SYMBOL
PIN NAME
OD Output transistor drain
OS Output signals
ØRS Reset transistor clock
ØV1, ØV2, ØV3, ØV4
Vertical shift register clock
ØH1, ØH2
Horizontal shift register clock
ØLH1
Horizontal shift register final stage clock
OFD
Overflow drain
PW P-well
GND
Ground
NC1, NC2
No connection
ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
PARAMETER
Output transistor drain voltage
Overflow drain voltage
Reset gate clock voltage
Vertical shift register clock voltage
Horizontal shift register clock voltage
Horizontal shift register final stage clock voltage
Voltage difference between P-well and vertical clock
Storage temperature
Ambient operating temperature
NOTE :
1. The OFD clock ØOFD is excluded.
SYMBOL
VOD
VOFD
VØRS
VØV
VØH
VØLH
VPW-VØV
TSTG
TOPR
LZ2363B/LZ2364BJ
RATING
0 to +18
0 to +55
–0.3 to +18
VPW to +18
–0.3 to +18
–0.3 to +18
–28 to 0
–40 to +85
–20 to +70
(TA = +25 ˚C)
UNIT NOTE
V
V
V
V
V
V
V1
˚C
˚C
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LZ2363B/LZ2364BJ
RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS
PARAMETER
SYMBOL
MIN. TYP. MAX. UNIT
Ambient operating temperature
Output transistor drain voltage
TOPR
VOD
25.0
14.5 15.0 16.0
˚C
V
Overflow drain
voltage
When DC is applied
When pulse is applied p-p level
VOFD
VØOFD
5.0
21.5
19.0
V
V
Ground
GND
0.0 V
P-well voltage
VPW
–10.0
VØVL
V
Vertical shift
register clock
LOW level
INTERMEDIATE level
VØV1L, VØV2L
VØV3L, VØV4L
VØV1I, VØV2I
VØV3I, VØV4I
–9.5 –9.0 –7.5 V
0.0 V
HIGH level
Horizontal shift LOW level
VØV1H, VØV3H
VØH1L, VØH2L
14.5 15.0 17.0
–0.05 0.0 0.05
V
V
register clock
Horizontal shift
register final
stage clock
HIGH level
LOW level
HIGH level
VØH1H, VØH2H
VØLH1L
VØLH1H
4.7
–0.05
5.0
0.0
4.7 5.0
6.0
0.05
6.0
V
V
V
LOW level
Reset gate clock
HIGH level
VØRSL
VØRSH
0.0
VOD – 9.5
VOD – 14.0 V
10.0 V
Vertical shift register clock frequency
fØV1, fØV2
fØV3, fØV4
15.63
kHz
Horizontal shift register clock frequency
Reset gate clock frequency
fØH1, fØH2, fØLH1
fØRS
14.18
14.18
MHz
MHz
NOTES :
• Connect NC1 and NC2 to GND directly or through a capacitor larger than 0.047 µF.
1. When DC voltage is applied, shutter speed is 1/50-second.
2. When pulse is applied, shutter speed is less than 1/50-second.
NOTE
1
2
* To apply power, first connect GND and then turn on VOFD. After turning on VOFD, turn on PW first and then turn on other
powers and pulses. Do not connect the device to or disconnect it from the plug socket while power is being applied.
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LZ2363B/LZ2364BJ
CHARACTERISTICS FOR LZ2363B (Drive method : Field accumulation)
(TA = +25 ˚C, Operating conditions : The typical values specified in "RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS".
Color temperature of light source : 3 200 K, IR cut-off filter (CM-500, 1 mmt) is used.)
PARAMETER
Standard output voltage
Photo response non-uniformity
Saturation output voltage
Dark output voltage
Dark signal non-uniformity
Sensitivity
Smear ratio
Image lag
Blooming suppression ratio
Output transistor drain current
Output impedance
Dark noise
OB difference in level
Vector breakup
Line crawling
Luminance flicker
SYMBOL
VO
PRNU
VSAT
VDARK
DSNU
R
SMR
AI
ABL
IOD
RO
VNOISE
MIN.
650
250
500
TYP.
150
0.5
0.5
330
–84
4.0
350
0.2
MAX.
10
3.0
2.0
–76
1.0
8.0
0.3
1.0
7.0
1.5
2.0
UNIT
mV
%
mV
mV
mV
mV
dB
%
mA
$
mV
mV
˚, %
%
%
NOTE
2
3
4
1, 5
1, 6
7
8
9
10
11
1, 12
13
14
15
NOTES :
• VOFD should be adjusted to the minimum voltage such
that ABL satisfy the specification, or to the value
displayed on the device.
1. TA = +60 ˚C
2. The average output voltage under uniform illumination.
The standard exposure conditions are defined as when
Vo is 150 mV.
3. The image area is divided into 10 x 10 segments under
the standard exposure conditions. Each segment's
voltage is the average output voltage of all pixels within
the segment. PRNU is defined by (Vmax – Vmin)/Vo,
where Vmax and Vmin are the maximum and minimum
values of each segment's voltage respectively.
4. The image area is divided into 10 x 10 segments. Each
segment's voltage is the average output voltage of all
pixels within the segment. VSAT is the minimum
segment's voltage under 10 times exposure of the
standard exposure conditions.
5. The average output voltage under non-exposure
conditions.
6. The image area is divided into 10 x 10 segments under
non-exposure conditions. DSNU is defined by (Vdmax –
Vdmin), where Vdmax and Vdmin are the maximum and
minimum values of each segment's voltage respectively.
7. The average output voltage when a 1 000 lux light
source with a 90% reflector is imaged by a lens of F4,
f50 mm.
8. The sensor is exposed only in the central area of V/10
square with a lens at F4, where V is the vertical image
size. SMR is defined by the ratio of the output voltage
detected during the vertical blanking period to the
maximum output voltage in the V/10 square.
9. The sensor is exposed at the exposure level
corresponding to the standard conditions. AI is defined
by the ratio of the output voltage measured at the 1st
field during the non-exposure period to the standard
output voltage.
10. The sensor is exposed only in the central area of V/10
square, where V is the vertical image size. ABL is
defined by the ratio of the exposure at the standard
conditions to the exposure at a point where blooming is
observed.
11. The RMS value of the dark noise (after CDS). (100 kHz
to 5.0 MHz, SC trap on.)
12. The difference of the average output voltage between
the effective area and the OB area under non-exposure
conditions.
13. Observed with a vector scope when the color bar chart
is imaged under the standard exposure conditions.
14. The difference between the average output voltage of the
(Mg + Ye), (G + Cy) line and that of the (Mg + Cy), (G +
Ye) line under the standard exposure conditions.
15. The difference between the average output voltage of
the odd field and that of the even field under the
standard exposure conditions.
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LZ2363B/LZ2364BJ
CHARACTERISTICS FOR LZ2364BJ (Drive method : Field accumulation)
(TA = +25 ˚C, Operating conditions : The typical values specified in "RECOMMENDED OPERATING CONDITIONS".
Color temperature of light source : 3 200 K, IR cut-off filter (CM-500, 1 mmt) is used.)
PARAMETER
SYMBOL
MIN. TYP. MAX. UNIT NOTE
Standard output voltage
Photo response non-uniformity
VO
PRNU
150 mV
10 %
2
3
Saturation output voltage
Dark output voltage
VSAT
VDARK
650 mV 4
0.5 3.0 mV 1, 5
Dark signal non-uniformity
DSNU
0.5 2.0 mV 1, 6
Sensitivity
R
370 500
mV 7
Gamma
‹1
Smear ratio
SMR
–84 –76 dB
8
Image lag
AI
1.0 %
9
Blooming suppression ratio
ABL 1 000
10
Output transistor drain current
Output impedance
IOD 4.0 8.0 mA
RO 350 $
Dark noise
OB difference in level
VNOISE
0.2 0.3 mV 11
1.0 mV 1, 12
NOTES :
• VOFD should be adjusted to the minimum voltage such
that ABL satisfy the specification, or to the value
displayed on the device.
1. TA = +60 ˚C
2. The average output voltage under uniform illumination.
The standard exposure conditions are defined as when
Vo is 150 mV.
3. The image area is divided into 10 x 10 segments under
the standard exposure conditions. Each segment's
voltage is the average output voltage of all pixels within
the segment. PRNU is defined by (Vmax – Vmin)/Vo,
where Vmax and Vmin are the maximum and minimum
values of each segment's voltage respectively.
4. The image area is divided into 10 x 10 segments. Each
segment's voltage is the average output voltage of all
pixels within the segment. VSAT is the minimum
segment's voltage under 10 times exposure of the
standard exposure conditions.
5. The average output voltage under non-exposure
conditions.
6. The image area is divided into 10 x 10 segments under
non-exposure conditions. DSNU is defined by (Vdmax –
Vdmin), where Vdmax and Vdmin are the maximum and
minimum values of each segment's voltage respectively.
7. The average output voltage when a 1 000 lux light
source with a 90% reflector is imaged by a lens of F4,
f50 mm.
8. The sensor is exposed only in the central area of V/10
square with a lens at F4, where V is the vertical image
size. SMR is defined by the ratio of the output voltage
detected during the vertical blanking period to the
maximum output voltage in the V/10 square.
9. The sensor is exposed at the exposure level
corresponding to the standard conditions. AI is defined
by the ratio of the output voltage measured at the 1st
field during the non-exposure period to the standard
output voltage.
10. The sensor is exposed only in the central area of V/10
square, where V is the vertical image size. ABL is
defined by the ratio of the exposure at the standard
conditions to the exposure at a point where blooming is
observed.
11. The RMS value of the dark noise after CDS. (100 kHz to
5.0 MHz, SC trap on.)
12. The difference between the average output voltage of
the effective area and that of the OB area under non-
exposure conditions.
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