FRAMOS sensor modules built for performance in low-light conditions

April 15, 2020
Sony image sensor technology provides low dark current and high sensitivity.

FSM-IMX462C and FSM-IMX485C sensor modules from FRAMOS feature high sensitivity and dark current reductions enabled by super high conversation gain (SHCG) technology that, according to the manufacturer, produces high voltage from smaller charges and good signal-to-noise ratio.

The FSM-IMX462C sensor module features the NIR sensitive, 2.3 MPixel IMX462LQR-C color image sensor with 2.9 µm pixel, 1920 x 1080 resolution and 1/2.8-in. diagonal and can capture 120 fps at full resolution. The FSM-IMX485C sensor module features the 8.3 MPixel IMX485LQJ-C color image sensor with 2.9 µm pixel, 3840 x 2160 resolution and 1/1.2-in. diagonal and can capture 90 fps at 10 bits or 60 fps at 12 bits.

Both sensor modules feature a digital overlap HDR option that can combine up to three exposures into a single HDR image and an electronic rolling shutter with  variable exposure time. The sensor modules are intended for surveillance, inspection, and factory automation applications among others.


To Learn More:

Contact: FRAMOS
Headquarters: Taufkirchen, Germany
Product: FSM-IMX462C and FSM-IMX485C sensor modules
Key Features: Sony image sensors with super high conversation gain technology, digital overlap HDR, electronic rolling shutter with variable exposure time.

What FRAMOS says: View more information on the FSM-IMX462C and FSM-IMX485C sensor modules

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