Sony’s 1/6.4” CMOS global shutter sensor now at Framos

Sony’s 1/6.4” CMOS global shutter sensor now at Framos

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The Sony IMX397 is a very small 1/6.4” CMOS Global Shutter sensor with a pixel pitch of 3,45µm, and providing VGA resolution. It is a low noise, low power imager with a small footprint and a high-speed throughput of 240 fps at full resolution.
By Peter Clarke


Pixel binning and sub-sampling can be enabled for even higher speed up to 1350 fps. These qualities, together with MIPI output and a compact package, make this embedded low-cost imager a perfect candidate for factory automation, industrial applications, and sensing. The monochrome-only small image sensor is 4.63×3.67mm in a very thin package. The MIPI CSI-2 I/F can connect to general purpose ISP, and this feature makes the Sony IMX397 a very good choice for Embedded Vision projects in an industrial environment.
Both internal and external triggers can be set for precise timing and capture control in automated industrial processes. The IMX397 has a 10-bit A/D converter and operates with three power supply voltages, achieving low power consumption of about 105mW for battery operation. 

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