ON Semiconductor introduces 13 MPixel CMOS image sensor

ON Semiconductor’s 13 MPixel AR1335 CMOS image sensor is based on 1.1 µm pixel technology and enables low-light imaging applications.

Jan 7th, 2015
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ON Semiconductor’s 13 MPixel AR1335 CMOS image sensor is based on 1.1 µm pixel technology and enables low-light imaging applications. The 1/3.2" features a dynamic range of 69 dB, 10-bit data format, and can achieve a frame rate of 30 fps at full resolution. At 720p, the image sensor is able to achieve a frame rate of 120 fps. It incorporates on-chip camera functions such as windowing, mirroring, column and row skip modes, and snapshot mode, and is programmable through a two-wire serial interface. Though primarily targeted at smartphone cameras, the AR1335 image sensor is also suitable for use in industrial applications, according to ON Semiconductor.

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Contact: ON Semiconductor
Headquarters: Phoenix, AZ, USA
Product: AR1335 CMOS image sensor
Key Features: 1/3.2” 13 MPixel image sensor, 1.1 µm pixel size, 69 dB dynamic range, 30 fps at 4208 x 3120, Bayer-RGB, 10-bit data format.

What ON Semiconductor says:
View more information on the 13 MPixel AR1335.

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