First 3MP SoC image sensor for LED flicker-free automotive cameras

First 3MP SoC image sensor for LED flicker-free automotive cameras

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting

OMNIVISION has debuted the first OX03J10 3-megapixel (MP) CMOS system-on-chip (SoC) image sensor with 140 dB high dynamic range (HDR) and LED flicker mitigation (LFM) for superior image quality regardless of lighting condition.

The OX03J10 SoC is ideal for surround-view system (SVS), rear-view camera (RVC) and camera-monitoring systems (CMS). By integrating the image sensor with a dedicated image signal processor (ISP) into one SoC, HDR and LFM performance are optimized and the size and cost of the device are reduced.

“As the global leading developer of in-cabin automotive image sensors, OMNIVISION has been providing image sensors in the fields of advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving (AD) for a long time,” said Naresh Shetty, automotive staff marketing manager at OMNIVISION. “Our new OX03J10 facilitates high-level assisted-driving functions for 360-degree SVS, and CMS while offering outstanding low-light performance. It also offers the ideal feature set, including lens correction, defective pixel correction, HDR/LFM combination, tone mapping, automatic image signal processing, imaging effects, and low power consumption.”

With its high sensitivity, the OX03J10 is able to capture objects and road condition changes quickly and accurately during high speed operations, and to optimize image clarity under low light and/or short exposure times. LFM eliminates LED flicker and enhances driver safety.

The OX03J10 is a low-power device that features 1920×1536 resolution in a 1/2.4-inch optical format. It comes in the industry’s smallest a-CSP™ package. The image sensor features OMNIVISION’s PureCel® technology and uses a 3-micron (µm) Deep Well™ split pixel. It outputs YUV and RAW simultaneously. The OX03J10 is ASIL-C compliant.

Samples of the OX03J10 image sensor are available now, and it is scheduled for mass production in Q1 2024.

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