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Tektronix C1001
Analog video camera
Tektronix C1001

Produced from 1987 to (?)

Manuals – Specifications – Links – Pictures

The Tektronix C1001 is an analog video camera designed to be used with a video frame grabber card in an IBM-compatible PC and Tek waveform processing software.

The camera part was made by NEC and puts out an NTSC signal. It was later superseded by the compatible C1002.


Focal Length 10.746 mm at 5200 A
F number at infinity F/1.3
Field of View 7.2 cm x 9 cm and 8 cm x 10 cm
Pixels 490 vertical, 384 horizontal
Resolution 480 vertical, 285 horizontal
SNR >47 dB
Video Output 1 Vp-p composite into 75 Ω



According to this posting, The camera has a 9-pin D-sub connector that takes in 12 V, around 300 mA at pins 1 (positive) and 3 (ground) and signal is on pins 4 (shield/ground) and 5 (video); there are two other pins used which bring in calibration voltages and go only to BNC and two test points.