Architected for low power consumption, Hyperlux LP image sensors from onsemi can extend battery life in products like smart doorbells and security cameras. In addition, a stacked architecture minimizes sensor footprint, with the smallest device approaching the size of a grain of rice.
The 1.4-µm pixel sensors capture crisp and vibrant images, even in difficult lighting situations. They operate in either linear or enhanced dynamic range (eDR) modes with a rolling−shutter readout. The devices also provide enhanced NIR response in the 850-nm and 940-nm wavelengths.
The Hyperlux LP lineup of CMOS digital image sensors includes the 5-Mpixel AR0544, 8-Mpixel AR0830, and 20-Mpixel AR2020. Functions like Wake on Motion and SmartROI enable tradeoffs between bandwidth and power. For example, Wake on Motion allows the sensor to operate in a low-power mode that draws a fraction of the power needed in full-performance mode. SmartROI provides more than one region of interest (ROI) to give a context view of the scene at reduced bandwidth and a separate ROI in original detail.
Hyperlux LP image sensors will be available in the fourth quarter of 2023.
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