Sony Releases Two New Global Shutter Sensors

June 27, 2024
Sensors designed for machine vision tasks requiring high speed, high resolution, wide angle image capture, such as barcode reading, inspections.

Sony Semiconductor Solutions has announced the upcoming launch of two new CMOS global shutter sensors, the Pregius IMX901 and IMX902.

The IMX901, slated for release in July, is a 22 mm diagonal, 16 MPixel, 8016 x 2048 resolution stacked monochrome CMOS sensor. It has a 2.74 x 2.74 μm pixel size and  is designed to capture wide-range horizontal areas. It has  a dynamic range exceeding 70dB and a frame rate of 134 fps and is compatible with C-mount lens mounts.

The IMX902, slated  for release in September, is a stacked monochrome CMOS global shutter sensor. It has a 17.5 mm diagonal, 12 MPixel, 6048 x 2048 resolution with a 2.74 μm pixel size and 134 fps frame rate.

Both sensors are in a 38 x 22 mm ceramic package. Both are equipped with Sony’s Scalable Low Voltage Signaling with Embedded Clock (SLVS-EC) interface, designed especially for fast, high resolution image sensors, and both support Mobile Industry Processor Interface Protocol.

Both sensors are designed especially for machine vision tasks requiring high speed, high resolution image capture in wide aspect ratio, such as barcode reading and inspection applications.

To Learn More:

Contact: Sony Semiconductor Solutions

Headquarters: Kanagawa, Japan

Product: Pregius IMX901 and IMX902 global image sensor

Key Features: Wide aspect ratio, CMOS, 134 fps frame rate

What Sony Semiconductor Solutions says: View more information on IMX901 and IMX 902 image sensors

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