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Teledyne e2v has launched its Emerald 5M CMOS image sensor which it says provides higher resolution images of objects in motion with no distortion.
The solution is expected to be suitable for machine vision, automated optical inspection and factory automation applications.
Emerald 5M features a global shutter and MIPI CSI-2 interface which allows it to utilise image signal processors available for mobile applications.
According to Teledyne e2v, the sensor comes with digital functionalities such as subsampling, auto exposure at first frame, single frame high-dynamic range and on-chip statistics to help reduce processor load.
Emerald 5M includes a 5° chief ray angle compensation – the chief ray angle is the angle between the optical axis and each line of the chief rays.
The product is available in a ruggedised ceramic land grid array package or as a miniaturised organic fan-out package which is less than 2mm thick.