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The IMX636TS is a Type1/2.5” 0.92M effective pixel (1280 (H) × 720 (V)) event-based vision sensor.
This sensor detects brightness changes that exceed the set thresholds independently for each pixel, and asynchronously outputs the
coordinates (X, Y) of detected pixels, the detected times (timestamp), and the brightness change polarity information in the order
This enables high-speed, low-latency (100 µs or less @ 1 klux) output.
Output of only brightness changes enables to swiftly capture moving subjects, and areas without brightness changes are not output,
realizing a sensor that enables efficient data extraction.
The sensor also features pixel characteristics where the output voltage is output logarithmically relative to the input light intensity,
which enables event output with a high dynamic range of 110 db or more.
This sensor can be used for a wide range of machine vision applications in the industrial machinery and security fields, as well as
digital still cameras, camcorders, and IoT devices, etc