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WDR™ CMOS Sensors

The NATIVE WDR™ Sensors are based on a new generation of CMOS imaging technology named MAGIC™ (Matrice Active à Génération d’Image indexée sur Contraste), capable of generating a highly stable image even under very wide intra scene dynamic range (>120 dB) in a single frame time and without multi-exposure, any setting of knee points or external control.

Available Native WDR™ CMOS sensors

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NIT can also propose custom design CMOS sensors.

Our NATIVE WDR™ Sensors are based on a new generation of CMOS imaging technology named MAGIC™ (Matrice Active à Génération d’Image indexée sur Contraste), capable of generating a highly stable image even under very wide intra scene dynamic range (>120 dB) in a single frame time and without multi-exposure, any setting of knee points or external control.

NIT sensor Résolution Optical format Pixel size (µm2) Chroma Read mode Output Related Documents
NSC0902 768x576 1/3” 5.6x5.6 Mono Rolling Analog Flyer Download
NSC0902C 768x576 1/3” 5.6x5.6 Color Rolling Analog Flyer Download
NSC1104 768x576 1” 15x15 Mono Rolling Analog Flyer on request
NSC1005 1280x720 1/2” 5.6x5.6 Mono Rolling Analog Flyer Download
NSC1005C 1280x720 1/2” 5.6x5.6 Color Rolling Analog Flyer Download
NSC1003 1280x1024 2/3” 6.8x6.8 Mono Global Analog Flyer Download
NSC1003C 1280x1024 2/3” 6.8x6.8 Color Global Analog Flyer Download
NSC1105 1280x1024 1” 10.6x10.6 Mono Rolling Analog Flyer Download

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Our NATIVE WDR™ Sensors are based on a new generation of CMOS imaging technology named MAGIC™ (Matrice Active à Génération d’Image indexée sur Contraste), capable of generating a highly stable image even under very wide intra scene dynamic range (>120 dB) in a single frame time and without multi-exposure, any setting of knee points or external control.

Evalkit for WDR CMOS sensors

NIT's Evalkit for WDR CMOS sensors are designed for users willing to evaluate the performances of our sensors without building complete camera sets. NiT´s Evalkit for WDR CMOS sensors are available under the following form and format

Type Sensor Resolution Interface Availability Related Documents
MC1105-1MB NSC1105 1280 x 1024 CameraLink Available on request
MC1105-1VB NSC1105 1280 x 1024 USB 3.0 Available on request
MC1003-1MX NSC1003(C) 1280 x 1024 CameraLink Available on request
MC1003-1VX NSC1003(C) 1280 x 1024USB 3.0 Available on request
MC1005-HMX NSC1005(C) 1280 x 720 CameraLink Available on request
MC1005-HVX NSC1005(C) 1280 x 720 USB 3.0 Available on request
MC1104-PMB NSC1104 768 x 576 CameraLink Available on request
MC1104-PAB NSC1104 768 x 576 Analog TV Available on request
MC1104-PUB NSC1104 768 x 576 USB 2.0 Available on request
MC0902-PAB NSC0902 768 x 576 Analog TV Available on request
MC0902-PUX NSC0902(C) 768 x 576 USB 2.0 Available on request
MC0806-PUB NSC0806 768 x 576 USB 2.0 Available on request
MC806-PAB NSC0806 768 x 576 Analog TV Available on request
MC1001-PMX NSC1001(C) 640 x 480 CameraLink Available on request
MC1001-PUX NSC1001(C) 640 x 480 USB 2.0 Available on request

Our NATIVE WDR™ Sensors are based on a new generation of CMOS imaging technology named MAGIC™ (Matrice Active à Génération d’Image indexée sur Contraste), capable of generating a highly stable image even under very wide intra scene dynamic range (>120 dB) in a single frame time and without multi-exposure, any setting of knee points or external control.