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CCD Camera

A CCD (charge-coupled device) camera is a type of digital camera that uses a sensor to capture images. The sensor is made up of millions of tiny light-sensitive cells that convert light into electrical signals. These signals are then processed by the camera's electronics to create a digital image. CCD cameras are commonly used in scientific and industrial applications because of their high image quality and low noise levels. They are also used in heavy-duty wheel aligners.

A heavy-duty truck aligner is a machine used to align the wheels of large trucks and other heavy vehicles. Proper wheel alignment is important for vehicle safety and performance, as well as reducing tire wear and improving fuel efficiency. Heavy-duty truck aligners are specifically designed to handle the weight and size of larger vehicles and can help ensure that they operate safely and efficiently.