ON Semiconductor adds to a family of image sensors in the Python model Python 480

Company ON Semiconductor has introduced the Python image sensor 480. Is image sensor type CMOS. Optical format: 1/3,6 inches, resolution — SVGA (actually — 808 x 608 active pixels). The format and resolution 480 Python is no different from the already released models Python 500, but it is noticeably smaller and has less power consumption.

The pixel size of 480 Python equal to 4.8 microns. The manufacturer offers two versions of sensor, varying the offset microlenses. The scope of the sensor is quite wide: from control systems, where a high sensitivity allows you to choose which exposure to images of moving objects has not been oiled, to barcode scanners, where great depth of field and small size. A sensor can deliver images up to a frequency of 120 K/s, being connected on the same line or a parallel LVDS interface.

Already available study samples of monochrome and color options Python in 480 buildings CSP-67. Serial production of the manufacturer expects to begin in the first quarter of 2017.

Source: ON Semiconductor


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