Instead of a digital CCD sensor, it has an analog tube sensor.

All Backup Camera Systems. Monitor will digitally link or “pair” with any voyager WiSight camera. 5.6” TFT LCD Digital Wireless Monitor. View of Jupiter's moon Io from 800,000 km Voyager 1 image of Jupiter's satellite, Io, taken from a distance of 800,000 km.

The Voyager uses a Vidicon camera. This image of Jupiter was taken by Voyager 1 about 6 hours after closest approach on 5 March 1979. In the year 40,272 AD, Voyager 1 will come within 1.7 light years of an obscure star in the constellation Ursa Minor (the Little Bear or Little Dipper) called AC+79 3888. The camera is looking back into Jupiter's shadow from a distance of 320,000 km. Io - Voyager 1. 3-5 Camera Split Screen Systems. The vidicon storage surface (target) is selenium sulphur and can store a high resolution (1500 TV lines) picture for over 100 s at room temperature. If you are just in need of a replacement Voyager Camera or just a Voyager Monitor we sell our cameras and monitors with adapters on their own as well. Use single quotes (') for phrases. Use spaces to separate tags. It's sort of the reverse of an old CRT TV set. The sensor used in the Voyager Imaging Science Subsystem (ISS) camera system is a 25-mm diameter magnetic deflection vidicon (number B41-003, General Electro-dynamics Co.).

The circular area at the center of the image is the volcanic region Prometheus, at 2 S, 153 W.

1-2 Camera Rearview Systems. Monitor has long distance transmitting and receiving capability with our proprietary WiSight technology and Auto-Pairing connectivity. Manuals & Literature. The north pole is on the limb at upper center, and the light along the limb is an aurora. Io appears to be the most volcanically active body in the solar system. Just give us a call we can help with this.