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Camera-based inspections for a variety of purposes are in high demand in the industrial equipment areas, and every year, the standards for image sensor performance get stricter.
The range of applications for ultraviolet imaging cameras is growing in this context. Cameras with UV image sensors can provide unique visual information that regular cameras for visible light imaging cannot by combining UV lighting and UV-compatible lenses.
The wavelengths of ultraviolet light are shorter than those of visible light. It is used for this property to find tiny scratches and other flaws that are invisible to the naked eye.
Because different materials absorb UV rays at different rates, UV cameras may also recognise items made of transparent materials that might not be obvious in visible light. Thus, UV imaging has the potential for uses like material sorting.
The Global UltraViolet Image Sensor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The IMX487, a 2/3-type CMOS image sensor for industrial equipment, has been made commercially available by Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corporation (Sony). It is compatible with UV (ultraviolet light) wavelengths, has global shutter functionality, and has the most effective pixel count in the industry—roughly 8.13 megapixels.
Due to components designed specifically for the UV wavelength and a distinctive light receiving unit construction, this product offers a high level of UV sensitivity and high-quality imaging with less noise.
The pixels also have a high efficiency in capturing UV light, leading to high UV sensitivity, a small form factor, and high resolution made achievable by the lowest square pixel size in the industry.
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