New Imaging Technologies: design and manufactures CMOS imaging sensors and CMOS cameras which include smart sensor features and wide dynamic range. The key product is the MAGIC sensor that use an active pixel structure. The MAGIC sensors are particularly designed for security and surveillance applications, telecommunication and vision enhancement

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New Product Announcement : NSC0905FO, an HDR sensor...

Sensor NSC0905FO

The NSC0905FO is a 1280x1024 pixel Native Wide Dynamic Range™ sensor coupled to a flat fiber optic. This sensor has a pixel size of 10.6um and offers more than 120 dB of dynamic range.

The diagonal size of the NSC0905FO allows matching the standard 18mm phosphor I2 tube interface without losing spatial resolution.

Other applications include X-ray or gamma-ray imaging through the deposition of fluorescent material layers at the fiber optic surface.

The NSC0905FO has a maximum frame rate of 60 Hz full frame and offers on chip 2x2 binning and center zooming.

Thanks to its Native Wide Dynamic RangeTM of more than 120 dB the sensor does not require any setting or exposure time control. Power consumption of the sensor is less than 150 mW.

The NSC0905FO is a 1280x1024 pixel Native Wide Dynamic Range™ sensor coupled to a flat fiber optic. This sensor has a pixel size of 10.6um and offers more than 120 dB of dynamic range.

The diagonal size of the NSC0905FO allows matching the standard 18mm phosphor I2 tube interface without losing spatial resolution.

Other applications include X-ray or gamma-ray imaging through the deposition of fluorescent material layers at the fiber optic surface.

The NSC0905FO has a maximum frame rate of 60 Hz full frame and offers on chip 2x2 binning and center zooming.

Thanks to its Native Wide Dynamic Range

Image of the NSC0905FO coupled to an I2 tube™ of more than 120 dB the sensor does not require any setting or exposure time control. Power consumption of the sensor is less than 150 mW.

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