CMOSIS launches NIR enhanced 12 MPixel CMV12000 sensor

CMOSIS has released a new version of its 12 MPixel CMV12000 image sensor, which now has near-infrared (NIR) enhanced capabilities. CMV12000 global shutter sensors feature a 4096 x 3072 pixel array with 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm pixel size and achieve a frame rate of 300 fps (10-bit), and 180 fps (12-bit.)

Jun 12th, 2014
Content Dam Vsd En Articles 2014 06 Cmosis Launches Nir Enhanced 12 Mpixel Cmv12000 Sensor Leftcolumn Article Thumbnailimage File

CMOSIS has released a new version of its 12 MPixel CMV12000 image sensor, which now has near-infrared (NIR) enhanced capabilities. CMV12000 global shutter sensors feature a 4096 x 3072 pixel array with 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm pixel size and achieve a frame rate of 300 fps (10-bit), and 180 fps (12-bit.) The sensors are available in both monochrome and color and feature quantum efficiency between 650 and 1000nm. The NIR-enhanced CMV12000 is processed on 12 µm epi silicon water starting material, which is 7 µm thicker than standard wafers and significantly increases the quantum efficiency for wavelengths above 600nm. CMV12000 sensors are suitable for use in machine vision, intelligent traffic solutions, and broadcasting applications.

To Learn More:

Contact:CMOSIS
Headquarters
: Antwerp, Belgium
Products:
CMV12000 image sensor
Key Features:
4096 x 3072 pixel array, 5.5 µm x 5.5 µm pixel size, frame rate of 300 fps (10-bit), and 180 fps (12-bit), NIR enhancement (QE between 650 and 1000nm.)

What CMOSIS says:
View more information on the CMV12000 image sensor.

View More Products| Locate a vendor or system integrator | Receive e-mail updates

Share new products that you think are particularly interesting or helpful by contacting James Carroll, Senior Web Editor, Vision Systems Design.

Join our LinkedIn group | Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Connect on Google +

More in Cameras & Accessories