Tuesday, February 09, 2021

Teledyne Trumpets a New Era in Large Area CMOS Imaging

GlobeNewsWire: Teledyne Imaging (former Princeton Instruments group) introduces LACera technology said to be "a significant step forward in CMOS capabilities for advanced imaging which will enable the next generation of scientific discovery.

LACera delivers greater than 90% QE and a proprietary low noise global shutter architecture with up to 18-bit readout – a combination of performance not previously available in wafer scale sensors.

LACera technology will be exclusively featured in next generation CMOS cameras to be announced later this year and includes x-ray, EUV and VIS-NIR versions.

1 comment:

  1. 1. What the hell is a "one hundred percent organic solution" supposed to mean exactly? What makes it organic? Fluff?
    2. Show some proof that they're able to utilize all 18bits, ok even close to 16bits would be useful!
    3. What's a wafer scale sensor? Just a CMOS sensor that has a diagonal size approaching wafer diameter? Kudos on uniformity then, but show some uniformity numbers?


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