New Time-of-Flight image sensor features three-tap pixel

Aug. 11, 2020
The sensor is tailored for 3D detection and distance measurement applications.

Tailored for 3D detection and distance measurement, the Hydra3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) CMOS image sensor features a 10 µm three-tap pixel produced by Tower Semiconductor. With 832 x 600 resolution, transfer times starting from 20 ns, and on-chip HDR, the sensor is appropriate for vision guided robotics, logistics and automated vehicles, surveillance, and drones, among other applications.

The Hydra3D is also designed to allow unsynchronized ToF systems to work simultaneously without interfering with each other. According to the manufacturer, the sensor provides zero motion blur and a depth map of over 30 fps, large field of view in both 2D and 3D, and superior adaptability for varied lighting conditions.


To Learn More:

Contact: Teledyne e2v
Headquarters: Chelmsford, Essex, UK
Product: Hydra3D Time-of-Flight image sensor
Key Features: 10 µm three-tap pixel, 832 x 600 resolution, 20 ns transfer times, on-chip HDR, zero motion blur depth map over 30 fps.

What Teledyne e2v says: View more information on the Hydra3D Time-of-Flight image sensor.

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