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NSC1701 sensor

NIT is glad to present you its newest High Dynamic Range Global Shutter CMOS featuring a new Light Flicker Mitigation mode and a 12 bits digital output, for robust information in all lighting conditions.

The NSC1701 sensor has been designed to tackle the Dynamic Range issues on industrial applications, emerging embedded applications and the automotive market with its new flicker mitigation mode.

The NSC1701 engineering samples are available now and the mass production planned for June 2018.

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