The GSPRINT4510 from Gpixel Inc. is a CMOS Image Sensor that has a resolution of 10 MP (4608 x 2176). This global shutter image sensor has a 4/3 optical format and a dynamic range of over 69 dB that can be increased to up to 81 dB in dual gain HDR mode. It has a photosensitive area of 20.7 x 9.7 mm and an 8/10/12 bit ADC. This image sensor requires a DC supply of 3.3, 1.8 and 1.2 V and consumes 5-6 W of power.
The GSPRINT4510 is available in two variants. The full speed variant dedicated to 3D laser profiling consists of 144 pairs of sub-LVDS channels running at 1.2 Gbps/channel (172 Gbps max. data rate) which delivers a stunning 2000 fps in single gain operation at 8 bit per pixel and full resolution and more than 3500 fps with an ROI of 1024 rows in combination with several HDR modes. This variant also has unique, tailored features such as a thinner glass lid to reduce stray light reflection, the option to have no microlenses, and a sealed or removable glass lid that makes it ideal for 3D laser scanning applications.
The other variant of the GSPRINT4510 is a monochrome/color image sensor that is designed for slow-motion capture or drone-mounted videography. This variant has a global shutter in a 4/3” optical format and achieves up to 500 fps at 12-bit, 1008 fps at 10-bit and 1928 fps at 8-bit with full resolution. It uses on-chip 2×2 charge binning to increase frame rates and full well charge. This variant uses flexible output channel multiplex modes to reduce frame and data rate making it compatible with all available camera interface options. It incorporates microlenses on top of the pixels and a sealed glass lid that makes it ideal for high-speed industrial inspection, life science imaging and 4K video applications.
The GSPRINT4510 uses advanced 65nm CIS process and light pipe technology to achieve a quantum efficiency of over 65% QE and shutter efficiency of over 1/40,000. This image sensor is available in a 454 pin μPGA package that measures 42 x 34 x 5.5 mm and is ideal for 3D laser profiling, high-speed industrial inspection, life science imaging and 4K video applications.