Teledyne e2v launches new OctoPlus line scan cameras for Optical Coherence Tomography

Teledyne e2v, the global innovator of imaging solutions, has developed a new range of line scan cameras for Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) applications in healthcare and industrial markets. The new OctoPlus range will have an immediate impact in ophthalmic OCT by reducing patient examination times and increasing the field of view available to practitioners when […]

Teledyne e2v wins Gold and Bronze at Vision Systems Design 2017 Innovators Awards

Teledyne e2v, the global innovator of imaging solutions, has won two Vision Systems Design Innovators Awards. Teledyne e2v was presented with a Gold Award for its NBASE-T line scan cameras and a Bronze Award in recognition of its Emerald CMOS image sensor family. The entries were judged on originality and innovation, along with their positive […]

e2v advanced CMOS image sensor solutions now available with new state-of-the-art TowerJazz technology

e2v, the global innovator of imaging solutions and TowerJazz, the global specialty foundry leader, have today announced that e2v’s standard and custom CMOS image sensor solutions are now available with a newly developed generation of global shutter pixels. This advanced solution has been developed by TowerJazz at TowerJazz Panasonic Semiconductor Co. (TPSCo), made possible by […]

e2v line scan cameras available with a new frame grabber-less NBASE-T™ interface

From November 2016, e2v’s UNiiQA+ and ELiiXA+ colour line scan cameras will be available with an NBASE-T™ Ethernet frame grabber-less interface. This will provide customers with a more cost effective solution to transmit uncompressed, high bandwidth images from the cameras into their systems at the highest possible speeds. The new cameras join the existing CameraLink […]

e2v’s new CMOS sensors feature the world’s smallest true global shutter

e2v has launched its ground breaking new Emerald family of CMOS image sensors. This new product family features the world’s smallest true global shutter pixel available on the market today (2.8µm). With a smaller optical format and higher resolutions, the new sensors lead to improved performance and reduced system costs for customers. This new generation […]

e2v introduces new Onyx 1.3 Mpixel low light CMOS image sensor

e2v has announced the launch of the Onyx 1.3 Megapixel CMOS image sensor. This new sensor has been designed using e2v’s advanced CMOS imaging technology, making it ideal for low light applications where premium performance imaging is required. The Onyx EV76C664 has an innovative pixel design which offers excellent sensitivity and performance in the near […]

e2v unveils new version of the Sapphire 2 Mpixel CMOS image sensor

e2v’s Sapphire family of CMOS image sensors has been expanded to include a new 2 Megapixel variant, which is manufactured with a microlens designed to accept a Chief Ray Angle (CRA) as low as zero degrees. This feature significantly improves performance with excellent uniformity of response over the whole array area, ideal for applications such […]

e2v launches dual-line ELiiXA+ line scan cameras

e2v’s ELiiXA+ family of line scan cameras has been expanded to include two new dual-line 8k monochrome models, providing customers with 5?m pixels that can be operated in two active CMOS line modes (depending on user settings). This enables users to achieve higher line rates and sensitivity, at a very attractive price. The dual-line models […]

e2v honoured with Gold at Vision Systems Design 2016 Innovators Awards

e2v, a leading provider of innovative technology for high performance systems and equipment, announced today that its Onyx CMOS image sensor was awarded Gold by the judges of the annual Vision Systems Design Innovators Awards programme. The judging panel consisted of esteemed experts from system integrator and end-user companies. e2v was honoured with a Gold […]

CMOS Image Sensors are Entering a New Age

CMOS Image Sensors are entering a new age Pierre Fereyre, Gareth Powell In the early 90’s, it was suggested that Charge Coupled Devices (CCDs) were in the process of becoming extinct and considered to be ‘technological dinosaurs’ [1]. The prediction is not entirely wrong, if the announcement made by Sony in 2015 is taken as […]