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Quad Linear CMOS Sensors

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GRENOBLE, France, July 9, 2021 — Quad Linear CMOS SensorsThe Tetra series of low-cost, high-performance quad linear CMOS sensors from Teledyne e2v are ideal for food sorting, recycling, logistics, pick-and-place, document scanning, and other machine vision applications that require cost-effective mono, color, and multispectral imaging.

The sensors are available in 2k resolution with a 14 × 14-μm pixel size or 4k resolution with a 7 × 7-μm pixel size at a maximum line rate of 128 kHz aggregate. The mono models can be configured to output one, two, or four rows, and the color models provide RGB and monochrome outputs. Using wafer level coated dichroic filters, the sensor also provides spectrally independent RGB and NIR outputs for multispectral imaging.


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Jul 2021
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