OmniVision releases three near-infrared global shutter image sensors

OmniVision has released three new global shutter image sensors, the OG02B1B (monochrome) and OG02B10 (color) sensors, and the OV9285 sensor. All three models are based on the OmniPixel 3 x 3 µm 3-GS pixel tech that provides near-infrared sensitivity at 850 µm and 940 µm.

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OmniVision has released three new global shutter image sensors, the OG02B1B (monochrome) and OG02B10 (color) sensors, and the OV9285 sensor. All three models are based on the OmniPixel 3 x 3 µm 3-GS pixel tech that provides near-infrared sensitivity at 850 µm and 940 µm.

The 2 MPixel OG02B1B and OG02B10 sensors provide 1600 x 1300 resolution in a 1/2.9" optical format and a 15° chief ray angle that supports lenses with a wide field-of-view. The OV9285 has a 1.48 MPixel or 1328 x 1120 resolution in a 1/3.4" optical format and a 9° chief ray angle.

To Learn More:

Contact: OmniVision
Headquarters: Santa Clara, CA, USA
Product: OG02B1B/OG02B10 and OV9285 image sensors
Key Features: Near-infrared sensitivty at 850 µm and 940 µm, 2 MPixel and 1.46 MPixels respectively.

What OmniVision says:
View more information on the OG02B1B/OG02B10 and OV9285 image sensors.

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