VIS PixelSensor Evaluation Kit
PixelSensor™ multispectral sensors use exclusive on-chip filtering to pack up to 8 wavelength-selective photodiodes into a compact 9 x9 mm array format for simpler and smaller optical devices. One PixelSensor™ replaces multiple components, helping OEMs shrink multi-wavelength instruments for applications including in vitro diagnostics, biochemical assays, solar radiation, and colorimetry applications. The unique, wafer-level optical filters split the spectrum into 8 discrete color bands and suppress out-of-band background light, improving contrast and sensitivity. Customized OEM versions are available with user-defined spectral bands. With narrowband VIS selectivity, the sensor arrays are soldered onto an OEM electronics board.
The OEM electronics board is designed for easy integration into customers’ analytical equipment and provides a smaller footprint (45.72 x 21.34 mm) and faster time-to-market than traditional sensor technology, offering a cost-effective solution. The parallel channel design results in no moving parts and faster measurements than discrete optics designs and spectrometers. Designed for low noise and fast response time, the 20-pin LCC package can be surface or socket mounted. The PixelSensor™ OEM electronics board and accessories and simple-to-use software interface provide designers with tools for rapid prototyping and development – to help quickly move your device from concept to scalable production.
Contact us for more information on volume pricing, custom configurations, and purchasing the OEM board as a standalone unit.
The PixelSensor™ Evaluation Kit includes:
- 8 channel PixelSensor
- ADC electronics with USB interface
- PixelSensor Windows User Interface software on memory stick
- Optical interface housing
- Integrated lightguide
- Adapter for SM05 lens
- Adapter for fiber to SMA fitting
- Fiber to SMA adapter fitting
- Biomedical instrumentation
- Color meters & monitors
- Industrial sorting & sensing
- Portable optical sensors
- OEM multispectral devices
- Solar irradiation (PAR)