Teledyne e2v Launches New CMOS Sensor

March 28, 2024
Machine vision sensor delivers 3D object visualization based on the contrast detected.

Teledyne e2v has launched a new full-FD CMOS image sensor, Topaz5D. The new sensor is designed to combine 2D vision with the generation of 3D depth maps, so that one sensor and one lens in challenging lighting conditions, indoors and outside, can deliver 3D object visualization.

The global shutter sensor has a 2.5 µm pixel with a post-processing diffraction layer and has 1920 x 1080 resolution in 2D and 480 x 270 resolution for 3D depth maps. It has a 65 fps frame rate in 2D and up to 30 fps in 3D, and has a 60.5 dB dynamic range. The sensor requires no added light source; it is designed for indoor and outdoor lighting environments. It is currently available in color and monochrome options. The Topaz5D is designed especially for a wide variety of machine vision applications, especially in logistics and robotics, including autonomous mobile robots.

To Learn More:

Contact: Teledyne e2v

Headquarters: Chestnut Ridge, NY, USA

Product: Topaz 5D CMOS sensor

Key Features: 2D vision and 3D depth map generation, 1920 x 1080 resolution, no added light source needed

What Teledyne e2v says: View more information on Topaz 5D CMOS sensor

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