GPixel Expands its Global Shutter Sensor Range

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Gpixel expands of its GMAX product family with the addition of two new 2.5 µm GS sensors for c-mount camera. The GMAX2505 is a 5MP, 2600 x 2160 resolution 1/2” sensor, while the GMAX2509 is a 9MP, 4200 x 2160 resolution 2/3” sensor. The new devices follow the 25MP, 1.1” GMAX0505 introduced earlier this year. Gpixel’s GMAX c-mount line up are all pin compatible and use the same pixel based on the world smallest 2.5 µm charge domain global shutter technology.

The sensors delivers a read noise of less than 1.5 e- RMS and DR of more than 70 dB. They also include advanced in-pixel light pipe technology for a shutter efficiency of 1/10000 and improved angular response. Offering full resolution frame rates of up to 292 fps at 10-bit output and 121 fps at 12-bit, both the GMAX2505 and GMAX2509 can support the 12-bit frame rate with half the LVDS data output pairs providing added flexibility in the choice of system FPGA. Housed in a compact 22 x 17.5 mm LGA package where the optical center matches the mechanical package center, makes them a perfect fit for 29 mm mini cube cameras.

We are thrilled with the significant expansion of our advanced global shutter c-mount sensor line up. It is a result of our ambitious plans to be a leading provider of high-quality industrial imaging solutions,” commented Wim Wuyts, Chief Commercial Officer of Gpixel. “Designed with leading camera manufacture’s input, the range matches our customers’ needs for flexible operational strategies that enables quick adjustments for different business and applications as well as savings on overall R&D implementation costs.

Mono sensor samples and an evaluation board will be commercially available from March 2019, with volume production planned for October 2019.

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