2000 and 5000 Sensors Now Come In LGA Packages

ON Semiconductor adds 128-pin LGA package versions of its Python 2000 and Python 5000 CMOS sensors. This makes the sensors especially suitable for mounting in applications in rough surroundings subject to heavy movements. The new Python variants are available from FRAMOS, the image processing specialist.

 

The Python family is suitable for Machine Vision applications, Intelligent Traffic Systems (ITS) and inspection applications that require a high image quality and high speeds using a state-of-the-art CMOS global shutter. The new versions of the Python 2000 and 5000 (2 megapixels and 5 megapixels) are now also available with LGA packages as connecting and mounting variants. The LGA packages have very flat contact surfaces on the underside of the image sensor and, in combination with flexible bases, exert less mechanical stress on the PCBs during installation and removal of the sensor contacts. The LGAs can also be soldered directly in place for even more stable integration.

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For more details, visit:

Python 2000: https://www.framos.com/products/en/python2000-17485.html

Python 5000: https://www.framos.com/products/en/python5000-17488.html

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