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 It was later superseded by the compatible C1002.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|
|Video Output||1 Vp-p composite into 75 Ω|
- 016-0248-01 mounting adapter for C1001 (or C30 camera) to 7000-series scopes except 7603
- 016-0269-03 mounting adapter for 2400 series and 465
- 016-0306-01 mounting adapter for older 400 series (485, 454 etc.)
- DX01 frame grabber board, with option 01 (DCS01 waveform processing software)
- 174-0449-00 DCS cable
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.