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CMOS Image Sensors

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The NanEyeM and NanEyeXS CMOS image sensors from ams AG enable the production of high-performance, single-use endoscopes for use in minimally invasive surgery.

The new 1-sq-m NanEyeM offers a high-resolution, 100,000-pixel readout over an LVDS digital interface at a maximum rate of 49 fps at 62 MHz. The NanEyeM, which is supplied as a Micro Camera Module (MCM) including a cable up to 2 m long, features a custom multi-element lens, greatly improving the effective resolution of the sensor and reduces distortion.

The NanEyeXS has a 0.46-sq-m footprint, producing a digital output in 40,000-pixel resolution at a maximum rate of 55 fps at 28 MHz. Supplied as an MCM, the sensor’s small size offers significant advantages when developing ultrasmall instruments for minimally invasive procedures. It enables the design of surgical devices with a very small diameter, or freeing more space for working channels in larger devices.

Photonics Spectra
Apr 2019
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