Offering a resolution of 2 Megapixel, the device covers the RGB and IR part of the spectrum. It comes in the smallest package available for the automotive in-cabin market segment—a 6.5 x 5.7mm automotive CSP—enabling the smallest camera sizes possible for unobtrusive placement inside the vehicle. It also offers advanced ASIL functional safety, which is important for in-cabin applications when the OV2778 is being integrated as part of an ADAS system.
The OV2778 is built on OmniVision’s 2.8-micron OmniBSI-2 Deep Well pixel technology, which delivers a 16-bit linear output from a single exposure with high low-light sensitivity. With the second exposure, the dynamic range increases to 120dB, which minimizes motion artifacts. With an integrated RGB-IR, 4x4 pattern color filter and external frame synchronization capability, the OV2778 is said to yield high performance across varying lighting conditions. It is AEC-Q100 Grade 2 certified for automotive applications and expected to benefit from the large installed base of its predecessor, easing the OV2778 ‘integration into existing automotive platforms.
Samples are available now, along with a plug-and-play automotive reference design system that can be connected to any vehicle for rapid development.
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