1.3 megapixel sensor offers high dynamic range in the near-infrared spectrum
May 28, 2012 // Julien Happich
The new 1.3 Megapixel EV76C661 sensor from e2v offers excellent sensitivity with a quantum efficiency of 80% and outstanding performance and dynamic range in the near-infrared spectrum (40 % at 850 nm).
IDS Imaging Development Systems is the first industrial camera manufacturer to integrate the sensor into its USB 2.0, USB 3.0 and GigE camera families. The new sensor combines the extended wavelength sensitivity with enhanced global shutter efficiency and is thus perfect for applications that capture fast moving objects or in critical light conditions, e.g. machine vision or intelligent traffic systems. Thanks to the HDR mode, low noise and shutter efficiency the sensor delivers crystal-clear and high-quality images at 60 fps at full resolution (1280x1024) or more than 100 fps at VGA resolution.
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