High-Dynamic Range For More Usable Data
Canon’s newly developed 2.8 MP 3U3MRXSAAC CMOS sensor is equipped with an HDR drive function that achieves a wide 120 dB range at low noise levels. This wide range results in a greater ability to extract usable information even where there is a substantial difference between the lightest and darkest areas of an image. Even when using the sensor during normal drive operation, the sensor can achieve a dynamic range of 75 dB.
With a diagonal size of 1/2.32 inches (7.75 mm), the 3U3MRXSAAC features approximately 2.8 million effective pixels (1936 x 1456), a pixel size of 3.2 μm x 3.2 μm and a frame rate of 60 fps (30 fps during HDR drive operation). The sensor will be compatible with the MIPI CSI-2 interface used by consumer-oriented cameras for a wide variety of purposes.
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Achieving High Image Quality in Extreme Temperatures
In high temperature conditions, the increase in dark current noise adversely affects the quality of the image. The Canon 3U3MRXSAAC sensor is equipped with functionality that mitigates dark current due to increased temperatures, Canon’s sensor is able to maintain high image quality while operating in environments with extreme temperatures ranging from -40°C to 105°C, or -40°F to 221°F.
Canon 3U3MRXSAAC CMOS Sensor Expands Possibilities Across Industries
For high-dynamic range imaging and extreme temperature applications, the Canon 3U3MRXSAAC CMOS Sensor is appropriate for:
- Camera OEM’s
- General Mfg
- Intelligent Traffic Systems
- Machine Vision
- R&D, Scientific
- Robotic Vision
- Security & Surveillance
|Sensor Size (diagonal)||1/2.32” (7.75mm)|
|Number of Effective Pixels||1936h x 1456v|
|Pixel Size||3.2μm x 3.2μm|
|Dynamic Range – HDR||120 dB|
|Dynamic Range – Normal||75 dB|
|Maximum Frame Rate – HDR||30 fps|
|Maximum Frame Rate – Normal||60 fps|
|Operating Temperature||-40°C to 105°C (-40°F to 221°F )|
|Output Format||MIPI CSI-2|