GMAX0505, designed with the world’s smallest 2.5μm charge domain global shutter pixel, offers the highest resolution of 25 Megapixels within 1.1" optical format.
Despite its small pixel pitch, GMAX0505 achieves more than 65% peak QE and excellent angular response thanks to the latest light pipe technology. In addition, with optimized tungsten shielding structure on top of the pixel’s memory node, the sensor’s shutter efficiency is more than 80dB.
GMAX0505 supports 10bit and 12bit output, and the frame rate is up to 150fps. The sensor is assembled in a ceramic Land Grid Array (LGA) package, allowing easy integration and mass production. The superior performance and the cost-effective packaging of GMAX0505 offer camera manufactures great advantage over various applications, including machine vision, high resolution industrial inspection, ITS and surveillance.
GMAX0505RF is processed with Red Fox Technology for NIR sensitivity enhancement.
GMAX0505 is pin-compatible with GMAX2505, GMAX2509 and GMAX2518, where GMAX2505 is a 5MP (2600×2160) 1/2" sensor, GMAX2509 is a 9MP (4200×2160) 2/3" sensor, and GMAX2518 is a 18MP (4508×4096) 1" sensor. All four sensors are designed with the same 2.5μm global shutter pixel architecture and same sequencer operation, allowing reduced system costs and R&D cost for customers.