Image sensor features smallest global shutter pixel
Teledyne e2v has introduced the newest member of its Emerald CMOS image sensor family –Emerald 67 megapixel. The new sensor features a high resolution with what is believed to be the smallest available global shutter pixel – 2.5µm – enabling more objects to be captured in a single high-resolution shot.
Emerald 67M offers ultra-low noise performance and only 2.8e- of readout noise. The sensor is highly sensitive with 70% QE, enabling precise defect and particle identification. It is also ultra high speed, which enhances production line throughput.
Designed to enable easy and cost-effective integration, the sensor is compatible with 59 x 59mm² camera platforms and has optical and package centres that are fully aligned for easy integration. It has an APS-C optical format, up to72 sub LVDS outputs and 8/10/12 bit conversion modes, all within a reliable ceramic µPGA package.
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