THine Solutions Launches New THEIA-CAM Camera

May 2, 2024
PDAF camera designed for variety of embedded vision tasks.

THine solutions has launched a new Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) camera, the THEIA-CAM THSCJ101. The camera is offered as a kit with a 13 MPixel Linux camera board with MIPI-CSI interface. It is designed for versatile integration, especially for embedded vision applications that use the NVIDIA Jetson Orin NX or Jetson Orin Nano platforms.

The camera comes with a Sony IMX258 rolling shutter sensor and 1.12 um pixel size. It comes in several resolution and frame rate options, including 1920 x 1080 resolutions with 39.6 or 59.6 fps frame rate, 2052 x 1536 with 29.56 fps frame rate, 3840 x 2160 with 29.6 fps frame rate, and 4160 x 3120 with 19.8 fps frame rate. It has a 78.4 degree FOV and an effective focal length of 3.57 mm.

The camera is 35 x 35 mm and the board is 1.2 mm thick. The camera weighs 5.1 g; with the camera case it weighs 25.4 g, and it has an operating temperature range of -20°C to 60°C.  


To Learn More:

Contact: THine Solutions

Headquarters: Santa Clara, CA, USA


Key Features: 13 MPixel resolution, Sony rolling shutter sensor, compatible with NVIDIA Jetson Orin or Nano. 

What THine Solutions says: View more information on THEIA-CAM THSCJ101

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