The channel filters now inside the detectors
Dresden / GERMANY — Space and Cost Saving: Due to the minimized stack design, users of these miniaturized 4 and 2 channel detectors, LRM-254 & LRM-202 ,gain important new flexibility and benefit directly from cost-optimized production.
They get a solution for gas analysis and leakage detection that can be used in stationary and mobile devices ranging from medicine to safety technology with an attractive price/performance ratio.
In the cap where conventional multi channel detectors have sensitive narrow bandpass channel filters with special adhesive mounted, a central window has been added instead. Continue reading
Glass micro bonding technology creates more reliable LIDAR, AR & mobile apps
TAMPERE, Finland — /PRNewswire/ — Thanks to an on-going joint project with the European Space Agency, Finnish microfabrication solution provider Primoceler Ltd. has developed a patented process to package vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers (VCSELs) using no heat or adhesives. Continue reading
ams AG’s six-channel digital multispectral sensor ICs to enable a revolution in spectral analysis apps
Premstaetten, Austria — ams AG (SIX: AMS), a leading provider of high performance sensor solutions and analog ICs, has launched the world’s first series of cost-effective multispectral sensor-on-chip solutions, opening the way for a new generation of spectral analyzers for consumer and industrial applications.
Offered in a small 4.5 x 4.4 mm land grid array package, the ultra-low power AS7262 visible range sensor and AS7263 near-infrared (NIR) sensor each provide six calibrated spectral channels. Continue reading
With 2X Higher Near Infrared Image Sensitivity
TAINAN, Taiwan, — (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Himax Imaging, Inc., a subsidiary of Himax Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:HIMX) (“Himax” or the “Company”), has announced the HM5530 UltraSenseIR™ product, a low power and low noise 5.5 Megapixel Back Side Illuminated (“BSI”) CMOS Image Sensor (“CIS”). Continue reading
MStar’s MSC318 Pairs With OmniVision’s RGB-Ir Sensors
Dual-Purpose RGB IR CameraChip™ Sensor
Image courtesy OmniVision
BEIJING, China — /PRNewswire/ — OmniVision Technologies, Inc.has announced that the company’s second-generation RGB-Ir image sensors, the OV9756 and the OV4686, will be supported by MStar’s new on-chip image signal processor, the MSC318.
The MSC318 is designed for security IP camera solutions and for driving recorder video cameras in automotive imaging applications.