GSENSE2011 6.5 um 2MP rolling shutter image sensor
GSENSE2011 is a 2Mega pixel resolution scientific CMOS image sensor, capable of operating with either global or rolling shutter, utilizing a 6.5 μm pixel to deliver >87 dB dynamic range in rolling shutter HDR mode, 2 e- read noise, a peak QE of 72% and achieving frame rates up to 47 fps.
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GSENSE2011 is a 2Mega pixel resolution scientific CMOS image sensor, capable of operating with either global or rolling shutter. Featured with six transistor (6T) pixel design on a 6.5 μm pitch, the sensor has a very low readout noise of 2 e- in rolling shutter HDR mode, and 6.2 e- in global shutter HDR mode with external CDS. GSENSE2011’s max. frame rate is 83 fps in 12bit rolling HDR mode, and 167 fps in 10bit global HDR mode. Sensor’s HDR mode is based on dual gain HDR, meaning sensor outputs two images with Low gain setting and High gain setting after each exposure, combining the two images off-chip with HDR construction algorithm allow up to 87dB dynamic range. The sensor also supports 653 fps Global DDS mode with trade-off on readout noise. These features make GSENSE2011 an ideal sensor for various applications.
– Scientific CMOS
– Peak QE of 72%
– Low noise, low power for long expsoure modes
Maximum frame rate
Monochrome version with QE enhance microlenses, 153-pin micro-PGA package, D263T glass lid with AR coating on both sides
Compatible Sockets from Andon Electronics