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Industry’s first global shutter 48Mpixel CMOS image sensor from CMOSIS supports 8k image resolution

Industry’s first global shutter 48Mpixel CMOS image sensor from CMOSIS supports 8k image resolution

07 Nov 2016

Industry’s first global shutter 48Mpixel CMOS image sensor from CMOSIS supports 8k image resolution

The CMV50000 is a high speed CMOS image sensor with 7920 x 6004 effective pixels (47.5Mp) developed for machine vision and video applications. The image array consists of 4.6μm pipelined 8T global shutter pixels which allow exposure during read out, while performing true CDS (Correlated Double Sampling) operation. The image sensor has 22 12bit sub-LVDS data outputs. The image sensor also integrates a programmable analog gain amplifier and offset regulation. Each output channel runs up to 830 Mbps maximum which results in 30 fps frame rate at full resolution in 12 bit. Higher frame rates can be achieved in row-windowing mode or row-subsampling mode. These modes are all programmable using the SPI interface. All internal exposure and read out timings are generated by a programmable on-board sequencer. External triggering and exposure programming is also possible. Extended optical dynamic range can be achieved by a dual exposure HDR mode. For more information see the product page and the ams press release.