AltaSens Introduces Two New Imaging Products

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA /PRNewswire/ -- AltaSens, a leader in CMOS image sensor development, introduced two new products: the AL30210C image sensor, its latest generation 1/3" CMOS sensor, and the ALWPU, a companion wide dynamic range (WDR) processing unit.

The WDR ASIC solution was recently on display throughout the four-day China Public Security Expo (CPSE) and attracted a variety of customers interested in the exciting new capabilities offered by AltaSens. In addition, AltaSens will demonstrate WDR applications at ISC West 2013 in Las Vegas on April 10–12 at booth 3037.

AltaSens plans to market the WDR ASIC solution throughout the security, video conference, and medical industries as a high-performance WDR HD sensor with multiple programmable image capture speeds up to 60 fps.

The AL30210 and ALWPU are fully qualified to JESD-47, qualification of integrated circuits and elements of JESD22, JESD85, and JESD78 as applicable. The sensor and ASIC meet all RoHS and REACH environmental requirements and are in mass production. Four versions of the sensor are available:

  • AL30210C-1, 60°C standard Product
  • AL30210C-2, 85°C high-temperature sensor, proven performance for demanding environments
  • AL30210M-1, Monochrome, 60°C standard product
  • AL30210M-2, Monochrome, 85°C high-temperature sensor, proven performance for demanding environments

Lead time and competitive pricing available upon request.

About AltaSens
AltaSens, a wholly owned subsidiary of JVC Kenwood Corp., was founded in 2004 and has emerged as a pioneer of high-definition and wide dynamic Range CMOS imaging technology. AltaSens' products can be found at the heart of many high-end cameras built for a variety of applications, including videoconference, telepresence, surveillance, broadcast, cinematography, medical, and industrial. AltaSens offers a cost-competitive suite of products focused on full 1080 p60 HD resolution in 1/3 in. to 2/3in. sensor offerings.

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