Specifications and Features of Banknote Applications
By developing a high-sensitivity CMOS sensor IC and high-efficient illumination system, we have achieved one of the fastest scanning CIS in the world at 20μs / line / color. We offer CIS which are capable of supporting up to 16 light sources, including visible light, infrared, UV, and transmitted light.
|Scan width (total scan width)||200㎜ (207.4㎜)|
|Valid pixels (total pixels)||1575 (1632) pixels|
|Output clock frequency||84MHz|
|Scan speed*||20 us/line・color|
|Electric current||DC 4.0 V x 1.0A max.|
|Data output method||10bit length digital output (LVDS**)|
|Light source||Reflective (R,G,B,IR,UV)
Transmitted (1 color of R,G,B,IR)
|Focal point||1.0㎜ above glass surface|
|External dimensions||229 (L) ×25 (W) ×18 (H) H㎜
Including flange (L) = 241㎜
* In the case of using three kinds of light source. If four or more different kinds of LEDs are used, the speed must be reduced, because there is a limitation in the number of LED chips mounted on our LED boards.
** LVDS:Low Voltage Differential Signaling
Mitsubishi Electric has achieved unique illumination (system) that satisfies customers’ needs by leveraging development through optical simulation.
Mitsubishi Electric CIS provide uniform illumination through development based on decades of experiences for UV light source CIS.
Contact plates composed of glass and resin frame are produced in-house and have steps between the glass plate and resin frame less than 30μm, which is called the Glass-Plastic-Flatness (GPF) process.
Hologram scanning is possible with CIS, thanks to the multi-axis ability of light sources. This technology is used for banknote inspection as in ATM and cash handling machines.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding this CIS or its introduction.