A low light intensified camera module that features high-definition resolution, high sensitivity and extended dynamic range with low power consumption.
Powered by Photonis’ image intensifier tubes coupled to a wide dynamic range CMOS sensor, the ICMOS provides real-time imaging capabilities in overcast starlight to low light. Its small size, weight and power (SWaP) makes this camera module ideal for integration into aerial, mobile and hand-held surveillance systems. The ICMOS digital camera core is a low light level video unit that features a Photonis image intensifier tube coupled to a wide dynamic range CMOS sensor allowing a direct view image intensifier tube to become a digital solution. This coupling of technologies provides all the benefits of high-performance image quality gained by the image intensifier tube and all the benefits of a digital low light camera such as recording, saving, and sharing videos. The ICMOS unit integrates a high voltage power supply for the intensifier tube and the readout electronics for the CMOS sensor. Video data is provided through a FFC/FPC connector and power is applied separately for the CMOS and the image intensifier.
- Combines all the benefits of a high-performance image intensifier tube with the benefits of a digital low light camera
- Ideal for integration into aerial, mobile and hand-held surveillance systems
- Compatiable with all of Photonis' image intensifier tubes: both night vision and scientific types
- Can be designed to be a commercial CMOS camera or can be integrated to create a custom CMOS solution
- ICMOS cannot be used in bright daylight
|Sensor Technology||High Dynamic 140 dB|
|Sensor Resolution||1280 x 1024|
|Frame Rate||25 or 50 fps full resolution, user selectable|
|Shutter Mode||Rolling Shutter|
|Pixel Size||10.6 µm|
|Gain Control||Automatic Gain Control|
|Video Output||CameraLink compatible or digital 14 bits, over FFC/FPC connector|
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