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e-con Systems™ to launch 4MP RGB IR camera module based on OV4682

Published on June 5, 2015

We are launching our e-CAM40_CUMI4682_MOD – 4MP RGB IR MIPI Camera module based on the OmniVision’s OV4682 image sensor.

The OV4682 sensor features a 2-micron OmniBSI-2™ pixel and records 4-megapixel images and video in a 16:9 format at 90 FPS, with a quarter of the pixels dedicated to capturing IR. The OV4682 features a high-speed 4-lane MIPI serial output interface to facilitate the required high data transfer rate.

The OV4682 sensor’s dual RGB and IR capabilities allow it to bring a host of additional features to mobile and machine vision applications, including gesture sensing, depth analysis, iris detection and eye tracking. By combining two capabilities into a single sensor, the OV4682 reduces the total cost for the system while also reducing the space required for multiple sensors.

OV4682 Camera Sensor - Spectral Characteristics

Spectral efficiency graph of OV4682 sensor

OmniVision’s OV4682 3D depth sensor is part of the infrared camera used on the popular Project Tango. The 4MP camera data and the IR sensor are combined and the image is processed into 3D mappings of an environment. Watch demo of Project tango at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qe10ExwzCqk

e-CAM40_CUMI4682_MOD – 4MP MIPI IR Camera module is scheduled to be launched by end of June 2015.

Watch introductory video of e-CAM40_CUMI4682_MOD – OV4682 Camera module

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