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The Banpil Multispectral Image Sensors are next generation high performance 1-D and 2-D array image sensor designed for a wide range of image sensing applications in the 0.9 m to 1.7 m SWIR wavelength band. There is an option to extend the image sensor spectral range from 0.4 m to 1.7 m multispectral wavelength bands from Visible to SWIR imaging.
The sensors are built with a truly unique technology employing a single monolithic sensor that detects Visible, Near Infrared (NIR) and Shortwave IR (SWIR) light (3 bands in 1 or 3-in-1) with high quantum efficiency and broad range of peak response for multiple functions.
The multispectral image sensors produce more than 2x consistently clearer, sharper, enhanced images than CCD sensors in visible light and clearer, sharper NIR/SWIR images where CCD fails. With a highly sensitive minimum detectable threshold of 0.001 lux, these sensors are able to see in practically total darkness. No light projection is needed. It also produces higher quality images in rapidly changing bright and dark conditions giving visibility in poor lighting.

Product Number

Pixel Size

Number of Effective Pixels

Frame Rate (Max) Frames/s - FPS

Spectral Response Range

Cooling

B11-128S 100 x 100 m 1 x 128 30 FPS 0.4 1.7 m Uncooled
B11-256S 100 x 100 m 1 x 256 30 FPS 0.4 1.7 m Uncooled
B21-128S 100 x 100 m 1 x 128 30 FPS 0.9 1.7 m Uncooled
B21-256S 100 x 100 m 1 x 256 30 FPS 0.9 1.7 m Uncooled
B32-640S 15 x 15 m 640 x 512 800 FPS 0.4 1.7 m Uncooled
B42-640S 15 x 15 m 640 x 512 800 FPS 0.9 1.7 m Uncooled
B52-640S 15 x 15 m 640 x 512 150 FPS 0.4 1.7 m Uncooled
B62-640S 15 x 15 m 640 x 512 150 FPS 0.9 1.7 m Uncooled
Custom Sensor Design Services
Banpil provides its expertise in multispectral image sensors to custom design special purpose sensors (single or arrays) to meet specific customer requirements.Click here for details.
   
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