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GMAX 103MP Global Shutter Image Sensor Available Now

23rd June 2020, Changchun, China – Gpixel announces the further expansion of the popular GMAX product family with the GMAX32103, a large format Global Shutter CMOS image sensor for industrial applications. The sensor is designed around Gpixel’s high performance 3.2 µm charge domain global shutter pixel, provides 11276(H) x 9200(V) resolution (103 MP), and supports up to 28fps with 12bit output. GMAX32103 is ideally suited for the most demanding machine vision applications and aerial imaging.


The 3.2 um pixel achieves a full well capacity of 10k e-, read noise less than 2 e- and maximum dynamic range of 66dB. With the implementation of micro lens and light pipe technologies, the sensor provides a peak QE of 65%, a shutter efficiency of 1/15,000 and excellent angular response. GMAX32103 offers a large FOV to expand single-shot capabilities and a nearly square aspect ratio (1.27:1), which is optimal for inspection applications.

GMAX32103 uses 52 pairs of sub-LVDS channels, each run at a maximum speed of 960MHz. The sensor supports channel multiplexing for lower data rate implementations, and integrates a variety of read-out functions including up to 32 regions of horizontal windowing (region of interest), sub sampling and image flipping. With an outer dimension of 49.5 mm x 48.1 mm, GMAX32103’s 209-pin uPGA ceramic package is designed to balance compactness and functionality.

“We are very thrilled with the introduction of GMAX32103. The further expansion of Gpixel’s line up of extremely high-resolution sensors based on an industry proven and widely accepted platform, empowers our customers to tackle demanding applications and to address the industry’s needs for ever increasing image accuracy and throughput. This product is part of our fast growing GMAX product family, which will be further expanded in the very near future with other exciting products. “says Wim Wuyts, CCO of Gpixel.

GMAX32103 engineering samples can be ordered today for delivery in November 2020.