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CMOS linear image sensors

8 April 2015 Opto-Electronics

Hamamatsu Photonics introduced two new CMOS sensors – the S10226-10 and S10227-10 – which offer a balanced performance versus cost ratio. The compact CMOS linear image sensors are designed in a small surface mount package and are ideal for mass production in numerous applications including barcode readers, displacement meters, refractometers, interferometers and miniature spectrometers.

The S10226-10 offers 1024, 7,8 x 125 μm pixels in an array measuring just 2,4 x 9,1 x 1,6 mm, with very high sensitivity, low noise and low dark current. With a video data rate of 200 kHz, an on-chip charge amplifier and a built-in timing generator, operation is efficient and simple whilst running off a single 3,3 V power supply.

The S10227-10 offers 512, 12,5 x 250 µm pixels in an array measuring 4,4 x 9,1 x 1,6 mm and, in addition to high sensitivity and low noise and dark current, it also includes a shutter function. The sensor also boasts a faster video data rate of 5 MHz and operation is by a single 5 V power supply.



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