e-con Systems, e-CAM1M_CU10630_MOD
e-con Systems Targets Surveillance Market with Wide Dynamic Range Camera Module
News Release from:
26 April 2011
e-con Systems Inc., a company specializing in camera modules and camera daughter boards announced the launch of the e-CAM1M_CU10630_MOD, a 1M pixel Wide Dynamic Range HD camera module with S-mount Lens holder.
The camera module has a parallel interface and is specially targeted for surveillance and automotive applications. The camera module features the OV10630 sensor with a dynamic range of 100dB and hence very effective when capturing images with high contrast and varying lighting conditions. The module has 4.2µm pixel based on OmniPixel3-HS and has got very good low light sensitivity. The camera module can also stream in 720p @30fps which is an important feature in security and automotive applications. The camera module is available with a S-mount lens holder and is compatible with standard S-mount M12P0.5 lenses.
Along with the camera module, e-con has also launched the evaluation kit for TI OMAP™ 3530 EVM board with drivers for Windows CE 6.0 to start with. The evaluation kit will contain the camera module, lens, daughter card to connect to the TI OMAP™ 3530 EVM board, Schematics of the daughter card and the Windows CE drivers. e-con is currently working on the Android and the linux support.
“With 4.2micron pixel size and 100dB Dynamic range, this camera module is an ideal solution for customers targeting surveillance, HD-CCTV devices, IP Cameras and automotive lane departure warning applications. As e-con provides a ready-to-use reference designs of using these camera modules with high performance OMAP™35x and DM37x DaVinci™ processors, our customers are offered a jump-start to complete their target products using our camera modules using these processors”, said Ashok Babu, President, e-con Systems.
Customers choosing to evaluate the e-CAM1M_CU10630_MOD can get the evaluation kit e-CAM1M_CU35x from our webstore to evaluate the camera module on TI OMAP™3530 EVM platform.