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CMOS Sensor

Photonics Spectra
Aug 2012
PHOTONIS TechnologiesRequest Info
LANCASTER, Pa., April 19, 2012 — Photonis USA’s new Lynx low-light digital CMOS image sensor performs under both daylight and low-light-level conditions, making it suitable for use in applications where high-resolution detection across varying light conditions is critical.

It provides a consistent read noise below 4e at rates up to 100 fps, with good signal-to-noise performance resulting from its large 9.7-µm2 pixels and high fill factor. With power consumption of <200 mW and direct digital output, the sensor can be used in portable systems and in unmanned remote posts where 24/7 CCTV image availability is required.

It delivers full SXGA resolution (1280 × 1024 pixels) and can be integrated easily into a variety of camera platforms by either manufacturers or OEMs.

The night vision and homeland security digital sensor is based on solid-state technology and can provide urban and suburban surveillance both day and night, supporting applications such as vehicle protection and the fusion of digital images.

The sensor’s large pixels collect the maximum number of photons, and it delivers low noise, low power consumption, high sensitivity and an extended wavelength range.

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