CMV12000 CMOS image sensor from CMOSIS achieves 300 fps
CMV12000, a 12 MPixel CMOS image sensor, has been upgraded to achieve a frame rate of 300 fps at full resolution, with the previous version reaching only 150 fps. CMV12000 sensors are suitable for use in intelligent traffic solutions, broadcasting, and machine vision applications.
CMV12000, a 12 MPixel CMOS image sensor from CMOSIS, has been upgraded to achieve a frame rate of 300 fps at full resolution, with the previous version reaching only 150 fps. The sensor features a pixel size of 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm, and a 3-wire read-write SPI control enables the driving and programming of such features as high-dynamic range mode, offset and gain programming, and power dissispation control. In addition, the image sensor—which is available in monochrome or color models—features pipeline global shutter with true correlated double sampling, a dynamic range of 60 dB, and an extended dynamic range of up to 90 dB. CMV12000 image sensors are suitable for use in intelligent traffic solutions, broadcasting, and machine vision applications.CMOSIS will showcase the CMV12000 at SPIE Photonics West 2014 in San Francisco from February 1-6.
SPIE Photonics West 2014 booth number: 109
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Headquarters: Antwerp, Belgium
Product: CMV12000 image sensor
Key Features: 12 MPixels, 300 fps frame rate, 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm pixel size, extended dynamic range of 90 dB, monochrome or color models.
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