Gpixel announces a high-speed global shutter image sensor, GSPRINT4502, a new member of the GSPRINT series taking high speed imaging to another level.
GSPRINT4502 is a 2.5 Megapixel (2,048 x 1,216), 2/3” (φ10.7 mm), high speed image sensor designed with the latest 4.5 µm charge domain global shutter pixel. It achieves more than 30 ke- charge capacity and less than 4 e- rms read noise, with dynamic range of 68 dB which can be expanded using a multi-slope HDR feature. Utilizing an advanced 65 nm CIS process with light pipe and micro lens technology, the sensor achieves >65% quantum efficiency and < -92 dB parasitic light sensitivity.
GSPRINT4502 can achieve extremely high frame rates up to 3,300 fps in 8-bit mode, 1,750 fps in 10-bit mode or 840 fps in 12-bit mode, all at full resolution. With 2×2 on-chip charge binning, full well capacity can be further increased to 120 ke- and frame rate to 10,200 fps. GSPRINT4502 supports vertical and horizontal regions of interest for higher frame rates. GSPRINT4502 is perfect for high-speed applications including 3D laser profiling, industrial inspection, high speed video and motion analysis.
Data output from GSPRINT4502 is through 64 pairs sub-LVDS channels running 1.2 Gbps each. Flexible output channel multiplex modes make it possible to reduce frame and data rate to make the sensor compatible with all available camera interface options. GSPRINT4502 is packaged in a 255-pin uPGA ceramic package and will be offered in sealed and removable glass lid versions.
“The market reaction to the GSPRINT high-speed image sensor family provides evidence that a growing number of applications require higher frame rates,” said Wim Wuyts, Chief Commercial Officer of Gpixel. “We are excited to continue to expand the portfolio to bring these high frame rates to more applications.”