Details, datasheet, quote on part number: KLI-6013
PartKLI-6013
CategorySensors => Image Sensors => Linear Image Sensors
TitleLinear Image Sensors
DescriptionPixels (HxV) = 6,002 X 3 ;; Pixel Size (H X Vm) = 12 X 12
CompanyKodak
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Tri-Linear Color Array x 6002 pixels 12um2 pixels. 8 line spacing between color channels. Single shift register per channel. High off-band spectral rejection Increased blue and green response Dark reference pixels provided. Antireflective glass. Wide dynamic range, low noise. No image lag. Electronic exposure control. High charge transfer efficiency. Two-phase register clocking. Clocks are 74ACT logic compatible. 10MHz maximum data rate.

Dynamic Range 12 bits Output Signal 2.2V Saturation Signal 275K electrons PRNU 6% Lag (first field) 0.5% Dark Current 0.02 pA/pixel CTE per transfer 0.999995 No darkfield defects allowed No brightfield defects allowed

Symbol TG1 TG2 LOGn PHI1 PHI2 PHIR VIDn VDD VSSn OG RD SUB Pin ID Test Input - Input Diode 35 IG Test Input - Input Gate To be compatible with KLI-6003 designs, pin 27 may be tied to VLS as another option. Revision Number: 3.0 May 6, 2003 Description Transfer Gate 1 Transfer Gate 2 Clock Exposure Control for Channel (R,G,B) Phase 1 CCD Clock Phase 2 CCD Clock Reset Clock Blue Output Video (R,G,B) Amplifier Supply Ground Reference (R,G,B) Light Shield / Exposure Drain Output Gate Reset Drain Substrate / Ground

Eastman Kodak Company - Image Sensor Solutions For the most current information regarding this product: Phone: (585) 722-4385 Fax: (585) 477-4947 Web: www.kodak.com/go/imagers E-mail: imagers@kodak.com

LS LOGn Photodiode Array 15 Test TG2 4 Blank ID CCD Cells PHI1A 6002 Active Pixels 16 Dark

The is a high resolution, tri-linear array designed for high-resolution color scanning applications. (See Figure 1.) Each device contains 3 rows of 6002 active photoelements, consisting of high performance 'pinned diodes' for improved sensitivity, lower noise and the elimination of lag. The pixel height and pitch is 12 micron and the center-to-center spacing between color channels is 96 microns, giving an effective eight-line delay between adjacent channels during imaging. Each row is selectively covered with a red, green or blue integral filter stripe for unparalleled spectral separation. Electronic exposure control is provided to achieve system color balance. The color filter is an improved, higher sensitivity version used on the predecessor, KLI-6003. Readout of the pixel data for each channel is accomplished through the use of a single CCD shift register allowing for a single output per channel with no multiplexing artifacts. Sixteen light shielded photoelements are supplied at the beginning of the output end of each channel to act as a dark reference. The devices are manufactured using NMOS, buried channel processing and utilize dual layer polysilicon and dual layer metal technologies. The die size 1.06 mm and is housed in a custom 40-pin, 0.600" wide, dual in line package with AR coated cover glass. The KLI-6013 device is pin compatible with the KLI-6003, KLI-8013 and KLI-8023 Tri-Linear CCD imagers that can ease transition for scanning designs. Other family of devices; KLI-10203 (10K pixel trilinear) and the KLI-14403 (14K trilinear) are designed for a similar ease in transitional designs. New designs using the KLI-6013 should use a "SUB" connection for pin 27. This is the preferred configuration. For those applications migrating from the KLI-6003, where designs normally designated pin 27 for the "LS" voltage bias; this configuration will NOT harm KLI-6013. As long as pin 8 is still biased correctly for VLS, either device will function in the older design. Pin 27 is not connected inside the package on the KLI6013. On the other hand, for the KLI-6003, pin 27 was a second connection to the "LS" (light shield). A monochrome version of the KLI-6013 is available. The color filters are absent from all the channels. A monochrome response curve is shown in Figure 4..

Specifications given under nominally specified operating conditions for the given mode of operation @ 25oC, fCLK =1 MHz, AR coverglass, color filters, and an active load as shown in Figure 6, unless otherwise specified. See notes on next page for further descriptions.

Symbol Parameter Min. Nom. Vsat Saturation Output Voltage 2.0 2.2 deltaVo/deltaNe Output Sensitivity --8.0 Ne,sat Saturation Signal Charge 275K R Responsivity 460 nm) --19.2 540 nm) --23.8 650 nm) --33.3 DR Dynamic Range --72 Idark Dark Current --0.02 CTE Charge Transfer Efficiency - L Lag --0.5 Vo,dc DC Output Offset 6.5 7.0 PRNU, Low Photoresponse Non-Uniformity, Low Frequency --6 PRNU, Med Photoresponse Non-Uniformity, Medium Frequency --6 PRNU, High Photoresponse Non-Uniformity, High Frequency --6 Dark Def Darkfield Defect, brightpoint ----Bfld Def Brightfield Defect, dark or bright ----Exp Def Exposure Control Defects

Units Vp-p V/eelectrons V/microJ/cm2 dB pA/pixel Volts % p-p % p-p % p-p Allowed

1. 2. Defined as the maximum output level achievable before linearity or PRNU performance is degraded beyond specification With color filter. Values specified at filter peaks. 50% bandwidth = 30 nm. Color filter arrays become transparent after 710 nm. It is recommended that a suitable IR cut filter be used to maintain spectral balance and optimal MTF. See chart of typical responsivity later in this document. As measured at 1MHz data rate. This device utilizes 2-phase clocking for cancellation of driver displacement currents. Symmetry between H1 and H2 phases must be maintained to minimize clock noise. Dark current doubles approximately every +8C. Measured per transfer. For the total line: Low frequency response is measured across the entire array with a 1000 pixel-moving window and a 5 pixel median filter evaluated under a flat field illumination. Medium frequency response is measured across the entire array with a 50 pixel-moving window and a 5 pixel median filter evaluated under a flat field illumination. High frequency response non-uniformity represents individual pixel defects evaluated under a flat field illumination. An individual pixel value may deviate above or below the average response for the entire array. Zero individual defects allowed per this specification. Increasing the current load (nominally 4mA) to improve signal bandwidth will decrease these parameters. If resistive loads are used to set current, the amplifier gain will be reduced, thereby reducing the output sensitivity and net responsivity.


 

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