Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Omnivision Split-Diode HDR Sensors Go to Mass Production

PR Newswire: OmniVision announces that its automotive advanced driver assist sensors, the OV10630 and the OV10635, have both received AEC-Q100 Grade 2 qualifications. Both sensors are built on 4.2um OmniPixel3-HS pixel architecture with sensitivity of 3.65V/lux-sec. The sensors use OmniVision's split pixel technology, in which the information for the HDR multi-capture is sampled simultaneously from the scene rather than sequentially, minimizing motion artifacts. They provide fully-processed, display-ready 720p/30 color HDR video output in 8- or 10-bit YUV format, or 10- to 18-bit combined RAW RGB HDR output with complete user control over formatting and data transfer. Unprocessed RAW data is also available in two 10-bit format images.

The OV10630 comes in an 11 mm x 11 mm CBGA2 package, while the OV10635 is integrated in a 7.8 mm x 7.1 mm aCSP package. Both are now available in high-volume quantities.

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