KAI-43140

CCD Image Sensor by ON Semiconductor

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The KAI-43140 from ON Semiconductor is a 43 megapixel CCD Image sensor, in a 35 mm optical format. It provides excellent image uniformity and broad dynamic range, leveraging a 4.5 µm pixel design. The flexible output architecture supports 1, 2, or 4 outputs for full resolution readout of up to 4 frames per second, and a true electronic shutter enables image capture without motion artifacts across a broad range of exposure times. The sensor is available in standard monochrome, Bayer Color, and Sparse Color Filter Pattern configurations. It is ideal for mapping/aerial, industrial imaging, security and surveillance applications.

 Product Specifications

    Product Details

    • Part Number :
      KAI-43140
    • Manufacturer :
      ON Semiconductor
    • Description :
      43.1 MP, PGA Package Interline Transfer CCD Image Sensor

    Applications

    • Applications :
      Security and Surveillance, Industrial Imaging, Mapping / Aerial

    General Parameters

    • Pixels :
      43 MP
    • Resolution :
      8040 (H) x 5360 (V)
    • Frame Rate :
      up to 4 frames per second
    • Pixel Size :
      4.5 µm x 4.5 µm
    • Package :
      CPGA
    • Sensor Type :
      Interline Transfer Sensors
    • Shutter Type :
      Electronic Shutter
    • Optical Format :
      35 mm
    • Optical Diagonal :
      43.48 mm
    • Dynamic Range :
      60 dB
    • Chroma :
      Monochrome, Bayer Color, Sparse CFA
    • Aspect Ratio :
      3:2
    • Scan Mode :
      Progressive Scanning
    • Active Image Area :
      36.18 mm (H) x 24.12 mm (V)
    • Dark Current :
      7 electrons/s, 50 electrons/s
    • Pixel Clock Speed :
      60 MHz
    • Quantum Efficiency :
      45 %, 27%, 34%, 37%
    • Readout Noise :
      13 electrons rms
    • Saturation Charge Capacity :
      13,000 electrons
    • Sensitivity :
      42 V/e-

    Technical Documents

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