The Photonis’ ICMOS is a low light intensified camera module that features high-definition resolution, high sensitivity and extended dynamic range with low power consumption.

Fully automatic analog Night vision camera core
Compliant with all Photonis I² tube
Compact and lightweight for better integration

Technical information

Camera

Specifications

Sensor

Monochrome (Lynx) or Smart colour (Kameleon) CMOS sensor

Frame rate

up to 60 Hz (user request)

Size

< 35 x 37 x 54 mm

Weight

< 95 g

Video Output

HD-SDI 720p

Communications

Serial over USB or RS-422

Power Input

+5 to +12 VDC over GPIO

Power (W)

Monochrome: < 2 W, Color: < 2.5 W

Mounting interface

¼-20’’ tripod mount

Lens mount

C-mount

Optical interface

Compatible with 1 inch and 2/3 inch optics

Operating temperature

-40 °C to +70 °C

Storage temperature

-50 °C to +80 °C

Description

Powered by Photonis’ Image Intensifier coupled to a wide dynamic range CMOS sensor, the ICMOS provides real-time imaging capabilities in overcast starlight to low light. Its small size, weight and power (SWaP) make this camera module ideal for integration into aerial, mobile and hand-held surveillance systems.

The ICMOS digital camera core is a Low Light Level video unit based on Photonis’ Image intensifier tube coupled to a Wide Dynamic range CMOS sensor. The unit integrates the high voltage power supply for the intensifier tube and the readout electronics for the CMOS sensor. Video data is provided through a FFC / FPC connector and power is applied separately for the CMOS and the Image Intensifier. Please review applicable instructions to power up safely the device.

ICMOS stands for Intensified CMOS and is a coupling of an image intensifier tube with a CMOS sensor. The advantage is that the direct view image intensifier tube becomes a digital solution. The coupling provide the benefits of a high performance image quality, gained by the image intensifier tube and all the benefits of a digital low light camera such as recording, saving and sharing videos. 
Even better performances will be obtained with large pixels and a high dynamic sensor. The image intensifier tube and the CMOS-sensor will directly be coupled on to each other, so there is no taper needed. The ICMOS is a night vision device that cannot be used during the day. All Photonis image intensifier tubes and any kind of sensor can be coupled under the ICMOS technology.

 

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ICMOS Digital

ICMOS Digital

Specifications

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photonis ICMOS Digital- low light intensified camera module
Camera Specification
Sensor technology High Dynamic 140 dB
Sensor resolution 1280 x 1024
Frame rate 25 or 50 fps full resolution, user selectable
Shutter mode Rolling Shutter
Pixel size 10.6 µm
Gain control Automatic Gain Control
Video output Cameralink compatible or Digital 14 bits, over FFC/FPC connector
Input Voltage  +5V 

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ICMOS Analog

ICMOS Analog

Specifications

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Photonis ICMOS analog  is a low light intensified camera module
Camera Specification
Sensor technology High Dynamic 140 dB
Sensor resolution 768 x 576
Input active area 11.5 x 8.64
Frame rate Up to 30 fps full resolution
Shutter mode Rolling Shutter
Pixel size 15 µm
Gain control Automatic Gain Control
Video output Analog PAL or NTSC
Input Voltage  +5V 

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photonis ICMOS  low light intensified camera module

Customization

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Documentation

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photonis ICMOS low light intensified camera module

The documentations are available upon request.

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