FRAMOS releases new Sony Pregius CMOS sensor

The IMX392 global shutter image sensor, built with Sony Pregius technology, is a 1/2.3" sensor with a square 1920 x 1200 active pixel array, featuring 2.3 MPixels with a pixel size of 3.45 µm, and runs 167 fps at 10 bits or 200 fps at 8 bits. Other features include a 2x2 vertical FD binning read-out mode that sums neighboring pixels to create "super pixels" to assist with low-light conditions.

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The IMX392 global shutter CMOS image sensor, built with Sony Pregius technology, is a 1/2.3" sensor with a square 1920 x 1200 active pixel array, featuring 2.3 MPixels with a pixel size of 3.45 µm, and runs 167 fps at 10 bits or 200 fps at 8 bits. Other features include a 2x2 vertical FD binning read-out mode that sums neighboring pixels to create "super pixels" to assist with low-light conditions.

Image data is transferred over a low voltage sub-LVDS interface. An 8/10/12 bit A/D converter is included with the IMX392. Color and monochrome versions are available. According to FRAMOS, the IMX392 is suited to quality inspection, factory automation, and traffic applications.

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Contact: FRAMOS
Headquarters: Taufkirchen, Germany
Product: Sony IMX392 image sensor
Key Features: 1/2.3", 1920 x 1200 square active pixel array, 2.3 MPixels, 3.45 µm pizel size

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