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CHELSMFORD, England, Oct. 9, 2018 — Emerald 12M and 16M CMOS image sensors from Teledyne e2v Ltd. are designed for optical inspection and factory automation.

The two sensors feature a small, 2.8-µm, low-noise global shutter pixel, which is produced using a 110-nm wafer manufacturing process from TowerJazz. This unique pixel architecture provides cutting-edge performance while reducing the overall camera cost due to the smaller optical format.

Emerald 12M and 16M sensors are suitable for high-speed interface systems including USB 3.1 Gen 2, 10GigE, and Camera Link. Special features include HDR modes with up to 120-dB dynamic range and a unique region-of-interest mode, which allows multiple images to be captured, under different exposure conditions, in a single high-resolution shot.
Oct 2018
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