The OX01B40 is OMNIVISION’s first high-performance color CMOS image sensor to be combined with an image-sensor processor (ISP) in a single, 8.5 x 8.5 mm system in package (SiP). The sensor delivers 120 dB high dynamic range (HDR).
The OX01B40 SiP provides three interface options: digital video port (DVP), MIPI serial interface and NTSC analog interface, allowing a single design to address different applications, thus saving time and money. Resolution is 1392 x 976 with a 2.8 micron pixel size, streaming at 30 frames per second (fps) for MIPI or DVP interfaces, or 60 fps for NTSC.
Built on OMNIVISION’s 2.8 micron OmniBSI™-2 Deep Well™ pixel technology, the OX01B40 delivers best-in-class low-light sensitivity and HDR performance, even in challenging lighting conditions. Power consumption is very low, below 400 mW, allowing efficient thermal management even though the ISP is stacked under the sensor.
The advanced ISP delivers 110 Mp/s throughput for high-quality image capturing and video streaming. Special features include local and global tone-mapping support; distortion and perspective correction for undistorted images at up to a 190-degree angle; and support for static and dynamic overlays of up to eight independent layers with a 32-color palette.