The LTN4323 from Fairchild Imaging is a 10.5 MP, Back-Side illuminated sCMOS 3.0 Image Sensor with excellent low light performance and Quantum Efficiency in the Near-Infrared Range. It is available in a 4/3-inch optical format that delivers monochrome images with an effective pixel array of 4432 H x 2368 V and as compared to typical FSI sensors, an innovative BSI process enhancement delivers a broad spectrum NIR-QE with > 2x sensitivity. The dark current at 30C is <2e/sec enabling compact camera designs without the need for TE cooling. It consumes only 1.8 watts at 120 fps and the maximum frame rate is 240 fps at 1080p.
This sensor has a dual gain amplifier architecture that results in 16 bits per pixel to encompass the full dynamic range. Low gain and high gain signal paths provide analog to digital conversions at multiple gain factors on a pixel-by-pixel basis. This process optimizes both dynamic range and low light noise. It is available in a CLGA package that can accommodate a TE cooler for critical high-performance applications and it supports conventional rolling shutter and global reset operating modes. This Sensor is widely used in Scientific, Medical, Industrial, Machine Vision with controlled lighting and non-TE cooled applications.