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CMOS Bio-Optical Sensor

Anitoa Systems LLCRequest Info
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Anitoa Systems has released an ultralow-light CMOS bio-optical sensor for portable medical and scientific instruments.

The device is capable of detecting 3 × 10-6 lux, narrow-band light at 550 nm with 20-nm bandwidth and a better than 13-dB signal-to-noise ratio in operating temperatures between -25 to 85 °C, consuming only 30 mW.

The sensor comes with an interface board and integrated Intelligent Dark-Current Management algorithm, and can be used with a PC or tablet via USB or Bluetooth.

Nov 2014

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