SONY IMX992 has 5.32 M pixels, making it the highest-resolution SWIR image sensor in the industry. To achieve this, Sony has used its original SenSWIR technology to develop a new small pixel size of 3.45 μm. The 5-megapixel-class resolution and cell-sized 3.45-μm pixel specifications are widely used in C-mount-sized general global shutter image sensors, this is the first industrial SWIR image sensor to achieve equivalent specifications.
Through high-resolution photography, this sensor offers vivid imaging even of tiny subjects, greatly improving precision in inspection and measurement applications that use SWIR-range light. It can also expand the imaging area while maintaining the same resolution, which is expected to improve efficiency through one-time large-scale imaging.
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