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Sony Pregius IMX249LLJ-C
Sony Pregius CMOS Global shutter Exmor, 2.3 MP, 1920 x 1200, 1/1.2 inch, 5.86 x 5.86 µm, monochrome, 30 fps, LVDS, LGA 118 pins,
 
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Sony Pregius IMX305LQR-C
Sony Pregius CMOS Global shutter 8.95 MP, 4112 x 2176, 1 inch, 3.45 x 3.45 µm, color, 63.7 fps, LVDS, LGA 226 pins, GS-Video,
 
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Sony Starvis IMX290LQR-C
Sony Starvis CMOS Rolling shutter ExmorR, 2.13 MP, 1945 x 1097, 1/2.8 inch, 2.9 x 2.9 µm, color, 120 fps, MULTI, LGA 110 pins, WDR, DOL (Digital Overlap)-WDR,
 
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Sony Pregius IMX174LLJ-C
Sony Pregius CMOS Global shutter 2.3 MP, 1920 x 1200, 1/1.2 inch, 5.86 x 5.86 µm, monochrome, 164.5 fps, LVDS, LGA 118 pins, High Saturation & High Speed,
 
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Sony Pregius IMX174LQJ-C
Sony Pregius CMOS Global shutter 2.3 MP, 1920 x 1200, 1/1.2 inch, 5.86 x 5.86 µm, color, 164.5 fps, LVDS, LGA 118 pins, High Saturation & High Speed,
 
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Sony IMX183CQJ-C
Sony CMOS Rolling shutter 20.48 MP, 5544 x 3694, 15.86 mm, 2.4 x 2.4 µm, color, 59.94 fps, LVDS, LGA (Ceramic) 118 pins,
 
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IMX334LQR-C
Sony Starvis CMOS Rolling shutter 8.42 MP, 3864 x 2180, 1/1.8 inch, 2 x 2 µm, color, 60 fps, MIPI, LGA (Ceramic) 128 pins,
 
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Sony Pregius IMX252LQR-C
Sony Pregius CMOS Global shutter Exmor, 3.19 MP, 2064 x 1544, 1/1.8 inch, 3.45 x 3.45 µm, color, 216 fps, LVDS, LGA 232 pins,
 
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Sony Starvis IMX307LQD-C
Sony Starvis CMOS Rolling shutter ExmorR, 2.12 MP, 1937 x 1097, 1/2.8 inch, 2.13 x 2.13 µm, color, 60 fps, LVDS, BGA 112 pins,
 
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Sony Pregius IMX264LQR-C
Sony Pregius CMOS Global shutter 5.07 MP, 2464 x 2056, 2/3 inch, 3.45 x 3.45 µm, color, 35.7 fps, LVDS, LGA 226 pins,
 
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ICX419ALL-E
Sony Interlaced CCD Global shutter 0.44 MP, 752 x 582, 1/2 inch, 8.6 x 8.3 µm, monochrome, 50 fps, DIP (Ceramic) 20 pins, This sensor is also available in a version with lower requirements on the blemish pixel specification. | LTB |...
 
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Sony Pregius IMX250MZR-C
Sony Pregius CMOS Global shutter Exmor, 5.07 MP, 2464 x 2056, 2/3 inch, 3.45 x 3.45 µm, polarized monochrome, LVDS, LGA (Ceramic) 226 pins, Polarized DC,
 
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The images produced by area scan sensors, in contrast to line scan sensors, contain both horizontal and vertical pixels that immediately provide a two-dimensional image. With fast, high-resolution capture of the entire field of view, area scan sensors are suitable for applications in Machine Vision and Industry 4.0, measurements and inspections, intelligent traffic systems (ITS), automotive, medicine, research and 3D and stereo vision tasks.

Global Shutter sensors like the SONY Pregius, ON Semiconductor Python or e2v Sapphire series of sensors are ideal for capturing images of moving objects. Rolling shutter models, on the other hand, are often more cost-effective and are advantageous for use in applications where the scene is slow moving or is paused momentarily.

To determine which sensor will provide the best quality and performance for your application, it is important to consider the following criteria:

  • Resolution (height and width)
  • Pixel size
  • Speed
  • Frame rate
  • Chromatics (i.e. color or monochrome).

For more advanced applications, other factors that will also be taken into consideration are:

  • Noise level
  • Dynamic range (like HDR)
  • Quantum efficiency,
  • Sensitivity
  • Trigger options
  • Spectrum (Visible, Near-Infrared, Infrared)

Evaluating these criteria and attributes are important for designing an ideal image recording and image recognition system.

Our FRAMOS application engineers are available to support you with technical information, EMVA1288 measurements, product comparisons as well as RDK's and development guides in the selection and implementation of the right sensor in your system. We also offer services for cover glass removal and assembly as well as storage and logistics services. We offer free consultations to determine the best sensor for your application.

The images produced by area scan sensors, in contrast to line scan sensors, contain both horizontal and vertical pixels that immediately provide a two-dimensional image. With fast, high-resolution... read more »
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The images produced by area scan sensors, in contrast to line scan sensors, contain both horizontal and vertical pixels that immediately provide a two-dimensional image. With fast, high-resolution capture of the entire field of view, area scan sensors are suitable for applications in Machine Vision and Industry 4.0, measurements and inspections, intelligent traffic systems (ITS), automotive, medicine, research and 3D and stereo vision tasks.

Global Shutter sensors like the SONY Pregius, ON Semiconductor Python or e2v Sapphire series of sensors are ideal for capturing images of moving objects. Rolling shutter models, on the other hand, are often more cost-effective and are advantageous for use in applications where the scene is slow moving or is paused momentarily.

To determine which sensor will provide the best quality and performance for your application, it is important to consider the following criteria:

  • Resolution (height and width)
  • Pixel size
  • Speed
  • Frame rate
  • Chromatics (i.e. color or monochrome).

For more advanced applications, other factors that will also be taken into consideration are:

  • Noise level
  • Dynamic range (like HDR)
  • Quantum efficiency,
  • Sensitivity
  • Trigger options
  • Spectrum (Visible, Near-Infrared, Infrared)

Evaluating these criteria and attributes are important for designing an ideal image recording and image recognition system.

Our FRAMOS application engineers are available to support you with technical information, EMVA1288 measurements, product comparisons as well as RDK's and development guides in the selection and implementation of the right sensor in your system. We also offer services for cover glass removal and assembly as well as storage and logistics services. We offer free consultations to determine the best sensor for your application.

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