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B&W CMOS 1.5-Megapixel (1328x1120) Image Sensor with OmniPixel®3-GS Technology
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    Image Sensor - 1MP and Below

OMNIVISION’s OV9285 is a global shutter image sensor designed to cost-effectively enable a wide range of consumer and industrial machine vision applications such as AR/VR headsets and accessories, industrial automation, robotics, agricultural drones and 3D modeling. This high-resolution sensor can quickly capture precise images of fast-moving or faraway objects while consuming very little power, and has a low chief ray angle (CRA) of 9 degrees to support wide field-of-view lens designs.

Available in a 1/3.4 inch optical format, the OV9285 captures 1.48 megapixel or 1328 x 1120 resolution images and video at 90 frames per second (fps) using advanced 3 x 3 micron OmniPixel®3-GS pixel technology. This global shutter technology eliminates motion artifacts and blurring, and dramatically improves low-light sensitivity. Additionally, the sensor’s excellent near infrared (NIR) sensitivity at 850 nm and 940 nm helps reduce device power consumption to extend battery life.

3 µm x 3 µm pixel with OmniPixel®3-GS technology

Automatic black level calibration (ABLC)

Programmable controls for:
– Frame rate
– Mirror and flip
– Cropping
– Windowing

Support output formats:
– 8/10-bit RAW

Fast mode switching

Supports 2×2 monochrome binning

Two-lane MIPI serial output interface

Supports horizontal and vertical 2:1 and 4:1 monochrome subsampling

Support for image sizes:
– 1328 x 1120
– 1280 x 720
– 640 x 480

Embedded 256 bits of one-time programmable (OTP) memory for part identification

Two on-chip phase lock loops (PLLs)


Built-in strobe control

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  • Analog / Digital
  • CFA (Chroma)
  • Resolution
  • Package
    COB, RW
  • Optical Format
  • Pixel Size
    3.0 µm
  • Frame Rate
    Full @ 90 fps
  • Operating Temperature
    -30°C to +85°C
  • Output Format
  • Shutter Type
    Global Shutter
  • Interface
  • Technology