PHOENIX, Oct. 16, 2015 — On Semiconductor has expanded its PYTHON CMOS image sensor line with the addition of 10K, 12K, 16K and 25K high-resolution devices. The sensors combine imaging performance with high-speed output architectures that meet and exceed the bandwidths available from popular computer interfaces such as USB 3.1, CameraLink, CoaXPress and 10 GbE. They feature a common 4.5-μm pixel that leverages in-pixel correlated double sampling technology to enable global shutter imaging in a compact pixel size. Image data is accessed through 4, 8, 16 or 32 low-voltage differential signaling channels, each running at 720 MHz, to enable readout speeds of up to 80 fps for the 25K device. The devices include a μPGA-355 package and are available in monochrome, Bayer color and extended (near-infrared) configurations. The sensors are designed for general purpose industrial imaging applications, such as machine vision, inspection and motion monitoring, security, surveillance, and intelligent transportation systems.