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Technology Applications? This product has an image array capable of operating at up to 15 frames per second fps in SXGA resolution with complete user control over image quality, formatting and output data transfer. All required image processing functions, including exposure control, gamma, white balance, color saturation, hue control, white pixel canceling, noise canceling, and more, are also programmable through the SCCB interface.
GRB ? Pb Features? Note: The OV uses a lead-free package. Omni ision Functional Description Figure 2 shows the functional block diagram of the OV image sensor.
The OV includes:? Image Sensor Array x active image array? Analog Signal Processor? Output Formatter? Timing Generator? SCCB Interface? Figure 3 shows a cross-section of the image sensor array. Edge enhancement a two-dimensional high pass filter? RGB matrix to eliminate color cross talk? Hue and saturation control? Programmable gamma control? Transfer bit data to 8-bit? White pixel canceling? Array control and frame generation?
Internal timing signal generation and distribution? Frame rate timing? At certain image sizes, HREF is not consistent in a frame. Analog Signal Processor This block performs all analog image functions including:? Version 1. F capacitor Analog ground SCCB serial interface clock input Flash strobe signal output Clears all registers and resets them to their default values.
Input Capacitance: 10pf? Output Loading: 25pF, 1. Omni ision Table 5 provides a list and description of the Device Control registers contained in the OV The device slave addresses are 60 for write and 61 for read. Please contact OmniVision Technologies for reference register settings.
Refer to Figure 10 for package information, Table 6 for package dimensions and Figure 11 for the array center on the chip. Note: For OVT devices that are lead-free, all part marking letters are lower case. Underlining the last digit of the lot number indicates CSP2 is used. T his drawing is not to s cale and is for reference only. As mos t optical as s emblies invert and mirror the image, the chip is typically mounted with pins A1 to A5 oriented down on the P C B.
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