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e2v Ruby EV76C660ABTF-TRAY

Chromatics: monochrome
Protective Film: yes
Further specification: High NIR Sensitivity, Low Light
Pixel size y [µm]: 4.5
Pixel size x [µm]: 4.5
Manufacturer: e2v
Shutter type: Global shutter / Rolling shutter
Bit Depth: 8, 10
Sensor size [inch/mm]: 1/1.8 inch
Chromatics:
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The EV76C660 and EV76C661 are the newest members of e2v’s Ruby family of CMOS imaging sensors.... more
Product information "EV76C660ABTF-TRAY"
The EV76C660 and EV76C661 are the newest members of e2v’s Ruby family of CMOS imaging sensors. These breakthrough devices provide sensitivity and performance beyond that considered possible on a front side illuminated sensor with a pixel size of 5.3μm, Quantum Efficiency (QE) of over 80% and excellent sensitivity and performance in the near-infrared (NIR) spectrum (>50% at 850nm). This significantly reduces system illumination costs, or enables very low-light imaging in outdoor camera applications. The EV76C660 and EV76C661 share the same package, pin-out and software interface as e2v’s Sapphire family of imaging sensors, enabling them to provide a range of differentiated industrial camera products from a single hardware and software development effort.
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Product Details "EV76C660ABTF-TRAY"
Chromatics: monochrome
Protective Film: yes
Further specification: High NIR Sensitivity, Low Light
Pixel size y [µm]: 4.5
Pixel size x [µm]: 4.5
Manufacturer: e2v
Shutter type: Global shutter / Rolling shutter
Bit Depth: 8, 10
Sensor size [inch/mm]: 1/1.8 inch
Interface: Parallel
Pins / Balls: 48
Frame rate [fps]: 60
Vertical Resolution: 1024
Resolution [MP]: 1.31
Package: LCC (Ceramic)
Horizontal Resolution: 1280
Type: Area Sensors
Sensor type: CMOS
Aspect Ratio: 5 : 4
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