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CMV12000 image sensor

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Cmosis and TowerJazz, a specialty foundry company, have announced the ramp to volume production for Cmosis’ 12 megapixel CMV12000 image sensor, following the successful volume production earlier of its CMV products.

Cmosis’ off-the-shelf CMV12000 is manufactured in TowerJazz’s Fab-2 in Migdal Haemek, Israel using its advanced 0.18µm specialty CIS process (TS18IS). The sensor’s excellent performance is based on CMOSIS’ collaboration and co-development with TowerJazz’s R&D experts.

The CMV12000 product features 5.5 x 5.5µm pixels laid out in a 4,096 x 3,072 matrix covering superHD (4k) resolution in an APS-C optical format. It offers high sensitivity and low noise, global shutter and a frame rate of 150fps. It serves various markets including industrial inspection, broadcasting, motion analysis and others.

TowerJazz’s process features low dark current, low noise and high dynamic range and its skilled experts support the customisation of pixels per customer requirements and project needs.

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