Jova Solutions has unveiled version 2 of its Image Sensor Lab ISL-1600, which provides interface, control, test, specification and comparison capabilities for CMOS image sensors and camera modules. The small-footprint system with fully integrated hardware and software supports evaluation of CMOS devices for applications ranging from product development to manufacturing line functional testing. It is supplied with a fully integrated interface, control and test electronics, and advanced analysis and characterization software. The system can test most CMOS image sensor designs, and the company says that it provides better performance than dedicated-chip memory boards offered by die manufacturers. Improvements to this version include the addition of bidirectional voltage level buffers, upgraded Master Clock options, SPI and I2C sensor communication, and double-buffered and consecutive image sequence capture.