High Quantum Efficiency at VIS-NIR

Image: ams-Osram AG

The Mira220 is a 2.2MP global shutter visible and NIR image sensor which offers low-power characteristics and small size. Ams Osram uses BSI technology to implement a stacked chip design, with the sensor layer on top of the digital/readout layer. This allows it to produce the sensor in a chip-scale package with a footprint of 5.3×5.3mm. The sensor offers a high signal-to-noise-ratio as well as high quantum efficiency of up to 38% as per internal tests at the 940nm NIR wavelength. The low power consumption is 4mW in sleep mode, 40mW in idle mode and at full resolution and 90fps the sensor has a power consumption of 350mW. Effective resolution is 1600×1400 Pixel and maximum bit depth is 12bits. The sensor is supplied in a 1/2.7″ optical format.



10MP CXP-12 Camera

10MP CXP-12 Camera

Mikrotron’s 10MP EoSens 10CCX12-FM CXP-12 camera with global shutter takes full advantage of the maximum performance of the Gsprint 4510 CMOS sensor, allowing color images to be captured at up to to 478fps.