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Jun 22nd, 2014
 
Back-illuminated CMOS image sensor with improved near infrared sensitivity for industrial applications
 
Sony has developed the approx. 3.21M-pixel back-illuminated CMOS image sensor IMX123LQT with improved sensitivity in the near infrared range for industrial applications.
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Sensitivity in the near infrared range has been increased to 1.5 or more times that of existing models by applying technical know-how for improving sensitivity in the near infrared range developed for front-illuminated structures to the pixels of an industry-leading(As of April 2014 (based on Sony's research) back-illuminated structure. In addition, this new image sensor is equipped with a variety of functions enabling selection of WDR (wide dynamic range), gain settings and interface according to the application.

  • Back-illuminated structure with 2.5 µm unit pixel
  • Introduction of technology that improves sensitivity in the near infrared range achieves near infrared sensitivity 1.5 or more times that of existing products. (Approx. 3.8 times that of the IMX136LQJ, and approx. 1.5 times that of the IMX124LQT)
  • Supports various WDR functions
  • A variety of gain modes
  • Low-voltage LVDS/MIPI (CSI-2 compliant)
 

 
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