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Overview

OmniVision's OV10642 is a high performance 1.3-megapixel OmniHDR image sensor that delivers the highest sensitivity and the best high dynamic range (HDR) in its class.

The sensor's benefits enable a host of advanced features, including: pedestrian detection, lane-departure warning, traffic sign detection, lane keeping assist systems, and high beam assist, among others.

The OV10642 image sensor utilizes OmniBSI™ technology to deliver industry leading sensitivity and extended dynamic range up to 120 dB in a simple, low-power and cost-effective system. The 1/2.56-inch sensor supports an active array of 1280 x 1080 pixels and supports RAW image output up to 60 frames per second. The OV10642 fits into a compact 7.4 x 7.2 mm package.

Features

Support for image size:
- 1280x1080- VGA
- QVGA, and any cropped size

High dynamic range

High sensitivity

Safety features

Low power consumption

Image sensor processor functions:
- Automatic exposure/gain control
- Lens correction
- Defective pixel cancelation
- HDR combination and PWL mapping
- Automatic black level correction

Supported output formats: RAW

Horizontal and vertical sub-sampling

Serial camera control bus (SCCB) for register programming

High speed serial data transfer with MIPI CSI-2

External frame synchronization capability

Parallel 12-bit DVP output

Embedded temperature sensor

One time programmable (OTP) memory

Part Specification
SpecOV10642-N79Y-1D-Z
Packagea-CSP™
TechnologyOmniBSI™
HDR
InterfaceMIPI / LVDS
DVP
Shutter TypeRolling Shutter
Resolution1.3MP
CFA (Chroma)RCCC
Analog / DigitalDigital
Power RequirementTBD
Output FormatRAW
Operating Temperature-40°C to +125°C
Optical Format1/2.56"
Frame RateFull @ 60 fps
Pixel Size4.2 µm
Image Area5410 x 4570 µm
Package Dimensions7430 x 7190 µm
Product GuidePDF
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