The new Lince 11M CMOSimage sensor from Teledyne e2v combines 4K resolution at 710 fps in APS-C format and is designed for applications that require 4K image production at high shutter speeds. When running at full HD resolution the Lince 11M can capture 1400 fps. Its global shutter CMOS pixel is 6 x 6 µm and the 11M offers resolutions of 1.3, 5, and 6 MPixels.
The Lince 11M can be used with strobe lighting for multispectral or multi-field imaging and is compatible with standard optics. The 11M also features a large full well capacity to maximize signal-to-noise ratio in a shot noise limited application and has a high peak quantum efficiency of 60%.
According to Teledyne e2v the Lince 11M is designed as an alternative to line scan sensors for defect classification. Samples of the Lince 11M will be available in March 2019.
To Learn More:
Contact: Teledyne e2v
Headquarters: Chelmsford, Essex, UK
Product: Lince 11MPixel CMOS image sensor
Key Features: 4K resolution at 710 fps in APS-C format, HD resolution at 1400 fps, 6 x 6 µm global shutter CMOS pixel, 1.3, 5, and 6 MPixel resolutions.
What Teledyne e2v says:
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