Quad linear CMOS image sensor available in mono, color, and multispectral

July 19, 2021
Tetra image sensors are designed for flexible deployment and simple integration.

Tetra high-performance quad linear CMOS image sensors are available in monochrome, color, and multispectral models and in 2K resolution with 14 µm pixels or 4K resolution with 7 µm pixels and a max line rate of 128 kHz aggregate.

Monochrome models can output one, two, or four rows while color models provide both RGB and monochrome outputs. The image sensors also feature wafer level coated dichroic filters to provide spectrally independent RGB and NIR outputs for multispectral imaging. Tetra image sensors also feature a synchronized shutter design to provide true correlated double sampling (CDS).

According to the manufacturer, this provides low read noise and high dynamic range. The ceramic LLC package is designed to offer high performance and reliability over a wide range of operating temperatures. Sensor data ports are designed for high signal integrity and simple interfacing to speed up system integration.


To Learn More:

Contact: Teledyne e2v
Headquarters: Chelmsford, Essex, UK
Product: Tetra CMOS image sensors
Key Features: Monochrome, color, and multispectral models; 2K resolution with 14 µm pixels or 4K resolution with 7 µm pixels; synchronized shutter design and true correlated double sampling (CDS).

What Teledyne e2v says:
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