Truesense Imaging releases 12MPixel CMOS image sensor

KAC-12040 CMOS image sensors from Truesense Imaging are the first in a series of new CMOS devices that feature high frame rates of up to 60 fps and QFHD readout up to 100 fps which are designed applications in intelligent traffic, machine vision, and security.

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KAC-12040 CMOSimage sensors from Truesense Imaging are the first in a series of new CMOS devices that feature high frame rates (full resolution readout up to 70 fps and QFHD readout up to 100 fps), flexible readout modes, and monochrome and color options. In addition, the pixel architecture enables rolling shutter operation with optimized dynamic range or global shutter for precise still image capture. The 12MPixel sensors come in a 4/3” optical format based on a 4.7 µm 5T CMOS platform and are designed for applications in intelligent traffic, machine vision, and security.

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Contact:
Truesense Imaging
Headquarters
: Rochester, NY, USA
Product:
KAC-12040 CMOS image sensor
Key Features:
12MPixel, full resolution readout up to 60 fps and QFHD readout up to 100 fps, 4.7 µm x 4.7 µm pixel size, global and rolling shutter.

What Truesense Imaging says:
View more information on the KAC-12040 image sensor.

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