Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Gpixel Starts a Line of Charge-Domain TDI Sensors

Gpixel announces the first sensor in a new family of line scan CMOS sensors supporting true charge-domain time delay integration (TDI). GLT5009BSI is a BSI, TDI image sensor with 5 um pixels and 9072 pixel horizontal resolution. The sensor has two photosensitive bands, 256 stages and 32 stages respectively, enabling a HDR mode.

GLT5009BSI’s 5 um pixel provides a full well capacity of 16 ke- and noise of 8 e- which delivers more than 66 dB DR. Read out of the image data is achieved through 86 pairs of sub-LVDS channels at a combined maximum data rate of 72.58 Gbps. This output architecture supports line rates up to 600 kHz using 10-bit single band mode, 300 kHz using 12-bit single band mode.

The length of the photosensitive area is 45.36 mm and the sensor is assembled in a 269 pin uPGA package.

With the launch of the first sensor in the GLT family, Gpixel is able to address a new segment of applications requiring higher speed and more sensitivity than can be achieved with existing line scan products. We are excited to bring this high-end technology to our customers enabling them to address these demanding applications,” says Wim Wuyts, CCO of Gpixel.

GLT5009BSI engineering samples can be ordered now for delivery in March, 2021.

1 comment:

  1. Albert Theuwissen - Harvest ImagingJanuary 27, 2021 at 4:21 PM

    Back to the future with a CCD on a CMOS chip ?

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