SmartSens releases CMOS image sensors with DSI technology

SmartPixel-2 offers increased sensitivity, decreased dark current, and improved signal-to-noise ratio compared to earlier models.

Smart Sens Sc8220 Image Sensor

SmartSens has released four image sensors that make use of the company’s proprietary DSI imaging technology, SmartPixel-2, that offers increased sensitivity, decreased dark current, and improved signal-to-noise ratio.

The SC3320 model is a 3 MPixel sensor with 2.75 μm pixel size in 1/2.5” optical format, featuring 6000mV/Lux-s sensitivity and 38 dB signal-to-noise ratio, that is capable of 60 fps at 2304 x 1296 resolution.

The SC4335 model is a 4 MPixel sensor with 2.25 μm pixel size in 1/2.7” optical format, featuring 4200mV/Lux-s sensitivity and 37 dB signal-to-noise ratio, that is capable of 30 fps at 2560 x 1440 resolution.

The SC5335 model is a 5 MPixel sensor with 2.05 μm pixel size in 1/2.7” optical format, featuring 2200mv/Lux-s sensitivity and 74 dB signal-to-noise ratio, that is capable of 30 fps at 2592 x 1944 resolution.

The SC82230 model is an 8 MPixel sensor with 2.05 μm pixel size in 1/1.8” optical format, featuring 2900mV/Lux-s sensitivity and 38 dB signal-to-noise ratio, that is capable of 60 fps at 3840 x 2160 resolution.

Samples are available of all four image sensors, with mass production scheduled for the end of 2019.

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To Learn More:

Contact: SmartSens
Headquarters: Shanghai, China
Product: CMOS image sensors with DSI technology
Key Features: 3 to 8 MPixels, up to 2.75 μm pixel size, 30 or 60 fps

What SmartSens says: View more information on the SmartPixel line of image sensors.


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