CMOS Cameras Products

  1. sCMOS Camera With Streaming via 10G FOL: pco.edge 5.5 (10G FOL)
    8/30/2019

    The pco.edge 5.5 sCMOS camera operates with streaming via a 10G FOL (Camera Link HS). It allows for direct processing of large data transfers on a computer. This high-performance data interface makes it easy to securely bridge distances of more than 10 km.

  2. sCMOS Camera With Streaming via 10G FOL: pco.edge 4.2 (10G FOL)
    8/30/2019

    The pco.edge 4.2 sCMOS camera operates with streaming via a 10G FOL (Camera Link HS). It allows for direct processing of large data transfers on a computer. This high-performance data interface makes it easy to securely bridge distances of more than 10 km.

  3. Compact Back Illuminated sCMOS Camera In UV: pco.edge 4.2 bi UV
    8/30/2019

    The pco.edge 4.2 bi UV is a compact, cooled, back illuminated sCMOS camera designed to work inside the ultraviolet (UV) wavelengths. A specialized input window inside the camera achieves high QE within the UV range. Based on the compact pco.edge series with back illuminated sensor technology, this camera is perfect for demanding lighting conditions, even without active cooling.

  4. Compact Back Illuminated sCMOS Camera In UV: pco.panda 4.2 bi UV
    8/30/2019

    The pco.panda 4.2 bi UV is a compact, back illuminated sCMOS camera designed to work inside the ultraviolet (UV) wavelengths. A specialized input window inside the camera achieves high QE within the UV range. Based on the compact pco.panda series with back illuminated sensor technology, this camera is perfect for demanding lighting conditions, even without active cooling.

  5. Cooled sCMOS With Highest 26 MPix Resolution: pco.edge 26
    7/17/2019

    PCO offers the pco.edge 26 sCMOS camera with 5120 x 5120 pixel resolution and a 2.5 x 2.5 µm² pixel size for achieving the maximum level of spatial resolution for many applications, including microscopy imaging with low magnification.

  6. 2.8 MP HDR CMOS Sensor For Challenging Environments: 3U3MRXSAAC
    6/25/2019

    Canon’s new 3U3MRXSAAC is a 2.8 MP CMOS sensor equipped with an HDR drive function that achieves a wide 120 dB range at low noise levels. The sensor’s wide range results in a greater ability to extract usable information, even in situations where there is a substantial difference between the lightest and darkest areas of an image.

  7. 19 µm Pixel Single CMOS Sensor With Enhanced NIR Detection: 35MMFHDXSB
    5/2/2019

    Canon’s 35MMFHDXSB sensors are designed with deeper wells, resulting in an almost 45% increase in quantum efficiency (QE) at 800 nm verses the standard 19 µm pixel size sensor. Featuring 19µm pixel sizes available in monochrome (35MMFHDXSBM) or with a specialized RGB-NIR color filter array (35MMFHDXSBI), these CMOS sensors allow for expanded possibilities in a wide range of applications.

  8. 250 MP Resolution CMOS Sensor: 2U250MRXS
    5/2/2019

    Canon’s 2U250MRXS CMOS sensor offers 250 MP resolution capable of capturing detail 125 times greater than in full HD resolution at a fast frame rate of 5 FPS. This APS-H format sensor leverages a square pixel arrangement of 1.5 µm x 1.5 µm pixels with progressive reading of 1.5 µm pixels across 16 digital output channels to handle the enormous amount of image data created by roughly 250 million effective pixels.

  9. Flash LiDAR Sensor: SPAD2L192
    2/26/2019

    Laser Components offers the 192 x 2 pixel solid-state CMOS sensor designed with Single-Photon Avalanche Diodes (SPADs) to reach amplification of 108 for a time with high count rates and low noise. This highly sensitive, advanced sensor is used in Flash LiDAR systems, industrial robots, and surveillance technology.

  10. 120 Megapixel CMOS Sensor: 120MXS
    10/31/2018

    The 120MXS 120 Megapixel CMOS Sensor has a pixel count equivalent to the approximate number of photoreceptor cells in the human eye. Recording capabilities at approximately 60x the full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 are made possible by parallel signal processing, which reads signals at a high speed from multiple pixels.