OMNIVISION announces high-resolution image sensors

12th June 2024
Sheryl Miles

OMNIVISION, a global developer of semiconductor solutions, including advanced digital imaging, analog, and touch and display technology, announce the addition of two image sensors to its comprehensive family of solutions for industrial and consumer security surveillance cameras.

The OS04J10 is a 4MP image sensor with a large, 2.9µm backside illuminated (BSI) pixel with PureCel Plus and Nyxel technology for industry-leading performance in ultra-low-light conditions.

The OS05L10 is a 5MP frontside illumination (FSI) image sensor featuring a 2.0-micron (µm) pixel based on OMNIVISION’s OmniPixel 3-HS technology for high sensitivity and performance.

“OMINVISION offers a very comprehensive portfolio of high-performance sensors for the security market, from industrial camera solutions to small doorbell security devices, and we strive to provide the ideal price/performance for our customers,” said Cheney Zhang, Senior Marketing Manager, OMNIVISION. “These latest solutions are pin-to-pin compatible with some of our previous-generation sensors so customers can seamlessly upgrade to higher resolution devices. OS04J10 features OMNIVISION’s unique DCG Technology that extends HDR by sampling conversion gains twice and adding exposures for accurate scene reproduction, delivering the most accurate, low-noise, and motion artifact-free captures both indoors and outdoors.”

Key features of the OS04J10 image sensor:

  • 2560 x 1440 resolution (4MP)
  • Frame rate of 60fps
  • Two-exposure staggered HDR and DCG HDR technology
  • NIR quantum efficiency: 850nm and 940nm
  • Ultra-low power (<200mW) and noise, long battery life
  • High performance 2.9 µm PureCel Plus BSI Pixel
  • 1/1.88” optical format
  • Interface: MIPI/LVDS: 2/4-lane
  • CSP package

Key features of the OS05L10 image sensor:

  • 2880 x 1620 3K resolution (5MP) to capture real-time fast moving objects
  • Frame rate of 30fps 
  • Two-exposure staggered HDR
  • High sensitivity 2.0µm OmniPixel3-HS FSI Pixel
  • 1/2.7” optical format (common size for cost-effective upgrades)
  • Interface: MIPI: 1/2-lane
  • CSP package

The OS04J10 also features a spread spectrum clocking (SSC) mode that reduces electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radiation. Both sensors are available for sampling now and will be in mass production in Q3 2024.

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