The SC4210 is a 4-megapixel image sensor based on advanced BSI (back-illuminated) pixel technology, using a 1/1.8″ optical size to deliver “excellent” imaging quality in low illumination environments. It features a sensitivity of up to 4800mV/Lux*s and a maximum signal-to-noise ratio of 43 dB.
“We launched SC4210 to meet the industry’s evolving needs for emerging applications in key areas such as AI and IoT,” says the company. “We leveraged our extensive product development experience in CMOS image sensors to develop SC4210 – an innovative image sensing product based on advanced BSI pixel technology.”
Suitable in applications such as professional security surveillance cameras, face recognition smart cameras, industrial cameras, high-end traffic recorders, motion cameras, and video teleconferencing systems, the device is offered as enabling clear color imaging in low-light conditions, greatly improving the scene adaptation of imaging products.
Key specifications include an SNR1s of 0.21 lux and a dynamic range of over 100 dB. Near-infrared (NIR) enhancement nearly doubles the quantum efficiency (QE) of the 850 to 940-nm band, and the SC4210 can run at up to 60 fps with a 4-megapixel resolution.
The SC4210 is now in mass production.