ON Semiconductor releases new image sensors with HiSPi interface

On-chip logic is programmable via serial interface and generates internal timing for readout control and integration.

On Semi Xgs Image Sensor

Distributor FRAMOS has announced the release of the new XGS 9400 and XGS 8000 image sensors, that feature a 3.2 µm pixel, with monochrome and color models.

The 8 MPixel XGS 8000 model is in 1/1.1” optical format offers 128 fps in 4K UHDR resolution. The XGS 9400 is a 9.4 MPixel sensor in 1/1.2” optical format that can achieve 90 fps at 12 bits over 24 lanes. Framerates can be reduced to 80 and 56 fps respectively by only using 12 lanes.

Image data for both sensors is output through column ADC architecture and transferred via HiSPi interface. On-chip logic is programmable via serial interface and generates internal timing for readout control and integration. 8 regions of interest (ROI) can be defined and three register configurations can be programmed and sequentially enabled over the control interface with a single command.

FRAMOS is currently offering evaluation kits for the new sensors.

GET PRICING

To Learn More:

Contact: ON Semiconductor
Headquarters: Phoenix, AZ, USA
Product: XGS 9400 and XGS 8000 image sensors
Key Features: 9.4 or 8 MPixels, color or monochrome, 90 or 128 fps, HiSPi interface, up to 8 ROI.

What ON Semiconductor says: View more information on the XGS 9400 and XGS 8000 image sensors.


Share your vision-related news by contacting Dennis Scimeca, Associate Editor, Vision Systems Design

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTERS

More in Image sensors