Interline Transfer CCD Image Sensor Breaks Resolution Barrier

Interline Transfer CCD Image Sensor Breaks Resolution Barrier

Forecasting new levels of performance and efficiency in critical industrial inspection and mapping applications, the KAI-47051 image sensor is trumpeted as the world’s highest resolution Interline Transfer CCD device. The 47 megapixel image sensor increases the resolution available for applications such as end-of-line flat panel inspection and aerial mapping by more than 50% compared to the company’s popular KAI-29050 image sensor. This is achieved while retaining the CCD-level image uniformity and global shutter architecture those applications require. The KAI-47051 is available in a RoHS-compliant PGA-201 package in monochrome, Bayer color, and sparse color configurations. A datasheet is available at

ON Semiconductor
Phoenix, AZ

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