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CMOS Image Sensor

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CMOS Image SensorEmerald 67M, the newest addition to Teledyne e2v’s Emerald CMOS image sensor line, features a high-resolution and small 2.5-µm global shutter pixel.

The device enables more objects to be captured in a single high-resolution shot, which is ideal for high-end automated optical inspection, microscopy, and surveillance applications. Emerald 67M provides customers with ultralow-noise performance and only 2.8e- of readout noise. The sensor is highly sensitive with 70 percent quantum efficiency, enabling precise defect and particle identification. It’s also ultrahigh speed, which significantly enhances production line throughput.

Designed to enable easy and cost-effective integration for camera makers, the new sensor is compatible with 59- × 59-mm² camera platforms and has optical and package centers that are fully aligned for easy integration. It has an APS-C optical format, up to 72 sub LVDS outputs, and 8/10/12-bit conversion modes, all within a reliable ceramic µPGA package.

Sep 2018

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