This Website uses first and third party cookies. By clicking "agree" or by continuing to browse this Website, you consent to the use of cookies. Read more about these cookies and how to configure them.
Accept
Join us at the Upcoming Global Medical Events
close

Careers Contact Sales
Join us at the Upcoming Global Medical Events
Overview
New High-Performance OAX4000 Automotive ASIC Image Signal Processor

OmniVision’s OAX4000 companion image signal processor (ISP) offers design flexibility for next-generation automotive single- and multicamera architectures, enabling OEMs to future-proof their designs for added functionality as market demands change. Traditionally, electronic control modules required two ISPs, however, only one is needed when using the new OAX4000, reducing design complexity and space, and improving overall reliability. In combination with OmniVision’s comprehensive sensor portfolio, the OAX4000 provides the ultimate automotive solution.

The OAX4000 is capable of processing up to four camera modules with 140 dB HDR and it offers the leading LED flicker mitigation (LFM) performance in the industry. Additionally, the OAX4000 offers more than 30% power savings over the previous generation ISP.

Ideal for multiple automotive applications including surround-view systems, e-mirror, and autonomous driving cameras, the OAX4000 is a high-performance application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) capable of processing data streams from up to four cameras at 3MP, or one camera at 8MP. It supports multiple color filter array (CFA) patterns, including Bayer, RCCB, RGB-IR and RYYCy, and provides the option to output stream for both machine vision and human viewing pipelines independently. Additionally, the imaging pipeline has been upgraded to provide superior image quality. This includes the next-generation tone-mapping algorithm.

The OAX4000 complies with ASIL B advanced safety standards.

Click here for the press release.

Features

Embedded 32-bit RISC CPU

Up to four 3MP sensor (1920 x 1536 @ 30 fps) SVS application or a single 8MP sensor (3840 x 2160 @ 30 fps) ADAS application (HV+MV)

Supports mix sensors application with different format/resolution/frame rate

Multi-camera synchronization

MIPI DPHY CSI-2 v3.0 specification compliant
- Up to 16 virtual channels
- Two CSI-2 input port and two CSI-2 output port, support 1/2/4 data lanes per port, up to 2.5Gbps/lane
- Programmable data types

Support up to 4 captures HDR combination input

On-chip DCDC from 1.8V to 0.8V

Supports multi-CFA pattern: RGGB, RYYCy, RCCB RGBIR

Cybersecurity for sensor/ISP and ISP/host interface hacking prevention

Dedicated safety features to fulfill ASILB hardware metrics

External frame sychronization capability

SCCB slave interface lock feature for register access protect

Local and global tone mapping support

Automatic white balance (AWB), automatic exposure control (AEC) / automatic gain control (AGC), 50/60 Hz auto flicker detection and elimination

Embedded line information, including frame counter, temperature, and register data, for each image to enable critical automotive safety applications

Up to 17 GPIOs

Embedded temperature sensor

128 bytes common OTP and 2K bytes security OTP

JTAG boundary scan

Serial camera control bus (SCCB) master/slave interface for sensor and ASIC configuration

Up to four-wire SPI flash interface to retrieve stored firmware and data from external SPI flash memory

Order Information
Ordering No. Vout(V) Package
Part Specification
SpecOAX4000-B69G-1A-Z
PackageBGA
Sensor ResolutionUp to 8MP
Highest Frame Rate60 fps
Output Formatnon-RBGIR: 8/10/12-bit YUV420 or YUV422, YUV422/YUV420 + 12-bit Y/RAW, RGB888/RGB565, YUV422/YUV420(HV) + YUV422/YUV420(MV); RBGIR: YUV422/YUV420 which has IR subtracted (RGB-IR), YUV422/YUV420 without IR subtracted (RGB+IR), IR image output,
transition automatically between subtracted and non-subtracted images, YUV and IR at same time
Operating TemperatureTBD
Recommended ArchitecturesRVC
CMS
SVS
Product GuidePDF
keyboard_arrow_up