Teledyne e2v has introduced the Hydra3D+, an 832 X 600-pixel resolution Time-of-Flight CMOS image sensor that is tailored for 3D detection and measurement and provides fast transfer times, modulation contrast, and high sensitivity in the NIR wavelength. The sensor can be operated in real-time at short, mid and long-range distances and in both indoor and outdoor conditions. It includes a new 10 μm, three-tap pixel with transfer times down to 10 ns, >400 fps (readout only). Other features include the following: global shutter, 416.7 fps maximum frame rate at 12 bits, 4:3 aspect ratio, operating temperatures from -40º C to 105º C, programmable exposure time, multiple trigger modes, and on-chip multi-system management. The sensor is suited to applications such as guided vehicles, surveillance, intelligent transportation systems (ITS), building construction/mapping, and robotics.
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Contact: Teledyne e2v
Headquarters: Milpitas, CA, USA
Key Features: Time-of-Flight, CMOS, 832 X 600-pixel resolution
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