Megapixel sensor

  • 02-Dec-2008 04:11 EST
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OmniVision Technologies offers a one-megapixel complementary metal oxide semiconductor image sensor designed specifically for advanced automotive vision and sensing systems. The OV9710 is built with the company’s OmniPixel3-HS technology featuring low-light performance, which enables it to operate in virtually every lighting condition from bright daylight to nearly complete darkness. Suitable for wide-angle vision systems such as bird’s eye view applications and for advanced parking assistance systems, the OV9710 is a 0.25-in (6.35-mm) sensor providing full-frame, sub-sampled, or windowed 8-bit/10-bit images in raw RGB format via the digital video port. The sensor delivers full-frame video at 30 frames per second.

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