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Multispectral Sensor Chipset

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PREMSTAETTEN, Austria, Feb. 7, 2018 — Multispectral Sensor ChipsetThe AS7265X from AMS AG is an 18-channel multispectral sensor solution for emerging spectral sensing applications such as horticulture, fluid quality/spectral component analysis, and complex spectral identification including anticounterfeiting and authentication.

The AS7265X chipset consists of three highly integrated six-channel sensor devices, each only 4.5 × 4.4 × 2.5 mm, in efficient land-grid array packages with integrated apertures. The master-slave-slave architecture appears as a single logical device, simplifying system integration and decreasing time to market. The 18 channels span wavelengths from 410 to 940 nm with 20-nm filter widths.

The chipset cost-effectively incorporates nano-optical interference filters deposited directly on the CMOS silicon die for new application opportunities.
Feb 2018

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