Line scan sensor optimized for applications requiring short exposure times and high accuracy line rates. It incorporates on chip two pixel arrays consisting of 2 rows with 4,096 7µm pitch pixels and 4 rows with 2,048 14µm pitch pixels respectively, a high accuracy (12-bit) high speed (84MHz) analog-to-digital conversion (ADC), and sophisticated on chip optical calibration for PRNU, DSNU, and lens shading correction. p>
Sensors are available immediately in resolutions from 2k to 16k with the following features:
Fast line rates – Data throughput up to 1.1 Gpix/s for improved productivity allowing faster scanning in less time
True color imaging – 3-line Red/Green/Blue, 4-line Red/Green/Blue/NIR, and bilinear subsampled color
Common interface – Common pinouts, data interfaces, control interfaces, and mechanical connectivity enable easier design-in for multiple sensor solutions.
Multi-line scan with independent exposure control – the ability to control the amount of light hitting every line enables dynamic white balancing, and flexible lighting for advanced defect detection.
High bit depth On-Chip ADC – enables enhanced dynamic range and low noise by minimizing issues due to quantization. Improved overall contrast for more image clarity
Vertically integrated design, development, and manufacturing - a vertically integrated, turnkey solution including a single manufacturing path from wafer probe to packaged part test. Leveraged expertise across a global family of Teledyne companies to provide full mixed-signal CMOS design, and best-in-class CMOS fabrication.
This is the first in a series of image sensor releases. A full list of available image sensors, with specifications and part numbers is available
About Image Sensors
Aside from Uncooled LWIR capabilities, Teledyne DALSA designs and manufactures high performance CMOS image sensors for a wide range of applications, including industrial inspection, radiography, aerospace, and defense and security. Decades of research and development have earned us dozens of patents in the design and fabrication of image sensors, allowing us to continuously refine our products into the best-performing devices available today.