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Wide-Dynamic-Range Sensor

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The NSC1105 manufactured by New Imaging Technologies is a 1.3-megapixel wide-dynamic-range sensor with a 10.6-μm pixel size. It provides a dynamic range of >140 dB in a single frame.

Because of its native wide dynamic range technology, it does not require any setting or exposure time control, and produces good image quality under any illumination conditions. Other features include an extended spectral response in the infrared and good low-light sensitivity.

It is supplied in a compact package that enables easy integration into printed circuit board cards in socket or surface-mount-technology mounting.

Applications include fluorescence imaging, laser imaging, welding monitoring and spectroscopy.

Mar 2012

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