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e2v EV76C660 & 661 difference
2022-12-11 18:09:12

The difference between EV76C660 and EV76C661, E2V CMOS SENSOR, E2V image sensor, E2V 1.3MP photosensitive chip, 1.3MP sensitivity, ultra high sensitivity CMOS, E2V Global shutter CMOS, industrial camera image sensor, high frame rate and high sampling rate, Ultra low illumination

Key features

 ●  1.3 million pixels (1280 x 1024), 5.3μm square pixels with micro-lens
 ●  Enhanced sensitivity in the near infrared region
 ●  High quantum efficiency (peak > 70%)
 ●  Low noise, rolling shutter allowing true CDS and global reset for best SNR (EV76C660)
 ●  Global shutter for sharp images of fast moving objects (EV76C661)
 ●  High speed: 60 fps at full resolution, low light CMOS sensor
 ●  Multiple simultaneous regions of interest (4 separate windows)
 ●  Linear dynamic range > 62dB @ 25°C with possible HDR modes
 ●  Low power consumption, < 200 mW
 ●  Operating temperature (-30° to +65°C)
 ●  Package: CLCC 48 12.7x12.7mm
 ●  System-on-chip with SPI control and 10 bits parallel outputs
Typical applications
 ●  Surveillance IP/CCTV cameras
 ●  Defence & security
 ●  Biometrics / Medical applications
 ●  Industrial machine vision
 ●  Barcode reading / scanners
 ●  Smart cameras
 ●  Intelligent traffic systems
The EV76C660 and EV76C661 are the newest members of e2v’s Ruby family of CMOS imaging sensors.  These breakthrough devices provide sensitivity and performance beyond that considered possible on a front side illuminated sensor with a pixel size of 5.3μm, Quantum Efficiency (QE) of over 80% and excellent sensitivity and performance in the near-infrared (NIR) spectrum (>50% at 850nm).  
This significantly reduces system illumination costs, or enables very low-light imaging in outdoor camera applications. The EV76C660 and EV76C661 share the same package, pin-out and software interface as e2v’s Sapphire family of imaging sensors, enabling them to provide a range of differentiated industrial camera products from a single hardware and software development effort. 
Sensor characteristics – EV76C660, rolling shutter
Sensor characteristics
 ● Resolution pixels 1280 (H) x 1024 (W)
 ● Image size inches 1/1.8
 ● Pixel size (square) μm 5.3 x 5.3
 ● Aspect ratio 5/4
 ● Max frame rate: fps60@full format, >100 @ VGA format
 ● Pixel rate Mpixels/s 90 to 120
Pixel performance
 ● Bit depth bits: 10
 ● Dynamic range: dB >66 (linear),>100 (HDR) mode
 ● SNR max dB: 39
 ● Responsivity LSB10/(Lux/s): 76000(Ultra high sensitivity)
Sensor characteristics – EV76C661 , global shutter
Sensor characteristics
 ● Resolution pixels: 1280 (H) x 1024 (W)
 ● Image size inches: 1/1.8
 ● Pixel size (square) μm: 5.3 x 5.3
 ● Aspect ratio: 5/4
 ● Max frame rate fps: 60 @ full format,>100 @ VGA format
 ● Pixel rate Mpixels/s :90 to 120
Pixel performance
 ● Bit depth bits: 10
 ● Dynamic range dB: >63 (linear),>100 (HDR) mode
 ● SNR max dB: 39
 ● Responsivity LSB10/(Lux/s) 12000 & 661 difference_Awin.pdf
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If you need similar products, we also have some in stock:
EV76C560ACT 1/1.8" used      2018+ color, rgb1280x1024
EV76C560ABT 1/1.8" Original 2020+ monochrome black & white, 1280x1024
EV76C570ACT 1/1.8" Original 2015+ color, 1600x1200
EV76C660ABT 1/1.8" Original 2016+ monochrome black and white, low illumination high sensitivity, 1280x1024, rolling shutter
EV76C660ACT 1/1.8" Original 2016+ Color RGB, low illumination high sensitivity, 1280x1024, rolling shutter
EV76C661ABT 1/1.8" Original 2019+ monochrome black & white, 1280x1024, global shutter
EV76C661ACT 1/1.8" Original 2012+ color RGB, 1280x1024, global shutter
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