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Day/Night CameraImperx Inc. has announced the Puma 2-MP high-definition day/night camera based on the KAE-02150 Extreme CCD from ON Semiconductor.

The device combines the Interline Transfer CCD pixel design with an electron multiplication output structure, enabling image sensor solutions that deliver subelectron noise performance with CCD-class image quality and uniformity for low-light imaging.

The camera can capture 1080p video in scenes with widely varying lighting conditions, which is useful for light-starved applications such as surveillance, defense/military, medicine, science and intelligent transportation systems.

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2016

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