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ON Semi AR0233AT2C17XUEA0-DRBR-E

Manufacturer: ON Semiconductor
Type: Area Sensors
Sensor type: CMOS
Shutter type: Rolling shutter
Pixel size x [µm]: 3
Pixel size y [µm]: 3
Chromatics: color
Resolution [MP]: 2.62
CRA: 0
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Product information "AR0233AT2C17XUEA0-DRBR-E"
The AR0233AT image sensor delivers exceptional sensitivity for a wide variety of automotive applications. Built on a 3 mm Back Side Illuminated (BSI) pixel, the sensor provides greater than 140 dB of dynamic range and excels in low light conditions. It features an active array size of 2048 x 1280 with 1080p output at 60 frames per second. The new pixel technology includes LED Flicker Mitigation (LFM) while maintaining high dynamic range output, limiting the appearance of flicker from LED lighting and AC sources particularly important for camera monitor system (CMS) applications as well as machine vision algorithms. The AR0233AT is available in multiple automotive qualified package options including iBGA, CSP, and bare die. It is ASIL-B safety design compliant per ISO26262 and supports ASIL-B or higher safety ratings for camera systems. The sensor is compatible with image signal processor (ISP) companion chips from ON Semiconductor as well as third party ISPs.
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Product Details "AR0233AT2C17XUEA0-DRBR-E"
Manufacturer: ON Semiconductor
Type: Area Sensors
Sensor type: CMOS
Shutter type: Rolling shutter
Pixel size x [µm]: 3
Pixel size y [µm]: 3
Chromatics: color
Resolution [MP]: 2.62
CRA: 0
Sensor size [inch/mm]: 1/2.5 inch
Frame rate [fps]: 60
Horizontal Resolution: 2048
Interface: MIPI
Vertical Resolution: 1280
Package: iBGA
Packaging Container: Dry Pack, Double Side BBAR Glass
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