13 Mpixel CMOS Image Sensor Exploits SuperPD PDAF Technology

13 Mpixel CMOS Image Sensor Exploits SuperPD PDAF Technology

The AR1337 CMOS digital image sensor is a 1/3.2-inch format device with back-side illumination targeted for consumer electronics. The device incorporates the company’s SuperPD phase detect autofocus (PDAF) pixel technology, which delivers focus speeds of 300 ms or less, even in low lighting conditions below 25 lux. Using its on-chip PDAF processing the AR1337 promises to simplify integration into smartphone platforms. Features include an active-pixel array in a 4208 x 3120 pixel arrangement, low noise, full resolution images at rates of up to 30 fps, support for many video modes including 4K video at 30 fps and 1080P-FullHD video at 60 fps, and camera synchronization controls that enable dual camera video capture. The AR1337 is sampling in Bare die format now and is expected to be in mass production in the second quarter. For more specs and a datasheet, go to http://www.onsemi.com/PowerSolutions/product.do?id=AR1337

ON Semiconductor
Phoenix, AZ

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