CMOS image sensor SPAD2L192

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CMOS image sensor SPAD2L192

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Description

CMOS-SPADs (Single-Photon Avalanche Diodes) are relatively touchy and very quick avalanche photodiodes. They can attain an amplification of 108 for a brief time and have excessive matter costs as nicely as low noise. CMOS SPADs are used in Flash LiDAR systems, industrial robots, and surveillance technology.

Flash-LiDAR Sensor
With a decision of two x 192 pixels and noise < 50 cps, this 2D array opens up new views for LiDAR-based structures in the car enterprise or gesture recognition.

SPAD2L192
SPAD2L192 is a 192 x two-pixel solid-state CMOS sensor for flash LiDAR applications. The distance size is primarily based on the first-photon direct time-of-flight principle. The single-photon detectors provide very excessive sensitivity and excessive timing resolution. The in-pixel time-to-digital converter with a decision of 312.5 ps and a full-scale vary of 1.28 µs allows flash ranging with a nominal running vary of 192 m and 4.7 cm resolution.

Applications:

Automotive
Surveillance
Robotics

Specification

Additional information

Technology

CMOS, time-of-flight

Other Characteristics

Solid-state

Country

France

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