Image sensor fits small industrial cameras
A CMOS image sensor, the XGS 16000 from ON Semiconductor, brings 16-Mpixel resolution to compact 29×29-mm industrial cameras. In addition to high-resolution global-shutter imaging, the sensor provides low-power operation, consuming just 1 W at 65 frames/s. Useful for factory automation, including robotics and inspection systems, the XGS 16000 can also be used in intelligent transportation systems.
Three speed grades of the XGS 16000 are available (65, 42, and 21 frames/s) to match device output to key computer interfaces and application requirements. The XGS 16000 also offers Bayer color and monochrome options, as well as a high-speed serial pixel interface (HiSPI). It shares a common architecture and footprint with other XGS series CMOS image sensors ranging from 2 Mpixels to 16 Mpixels. This allows manufacturers to use a single camera design to develop products that have different resolutions.
Housed in a 163-pin iLGA package, the XGS 16000 has a 1:1 square aspect ratio, which maximizes the image capture area within the optical circle of the camera lens and ensures optimal light sensitivity. To simplify camera design, ON Semiconductor offers color and mono versions of the XGS 16000 X-Cube and X-Celerator development kits. Examples of high-speed conversion to a MIPI interface are included with the reference design kits to ease integration into standard FPGA evaluation environments.
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