The IC-49-12K2F-00-R from Teledyne Imaging is a CMOS Image Sensor that has resolutions of 12288 x 2 (for each panchromatic band) and 3072 x 4 (for each multispectral band) pixels. It has a global shutter that delivers a maximum line rate of 38 kHz (panchromatic band) & 9.5 kHz (multispectral band) and has a dynamic range of above 65 dB. This front-side illuminated image sensor has a pixel size of 7 µm x 7 µm for panchromatic bands & 28 µm x 28 µm for multispectral bands and an RMS noise of up to 34 e- for panchromatic bands & 100 e- for multispectral bands. It has a full well capacity of 70k e- (for PB) & 280k e- (for MS) and an average dark current of up to 4 nA/cm².
The IC-49-12K2F-00-R combines Charge Domain Time Delay Integration (TDI) CCD functionality on a CMOS chip, offering the best of both technologies. It has four filtered multispectral bands and two panchromatic bands, all in a single integrated CMOS die and package. With a horizontal resolution of 3072 for each multispectral band and 12288 for each panchromatic band along with lateral anti-blooming (LAB) and continuous vertical clocking, the sensors guarantee exceptional images with very high modulation transfer function (MTF). The two panchromatic bands with half-pixel (3.5 μm) offset, in both horizontal and vertical directions, allow super-resolution imaging to further enhance the resolution. It can be controlled via a CML interface and uses a 12-bit on-chip ADC for output. This image sensor consumes 6 W of power and is available in a die package. It is ideal for earth observation, remote sensing, and aerial reconnaissance applications.