iSM-IMX224

The iENSO MIPI Sensor Module iSM-IMX224 is highly adaptable to iENSO’s embedded ecosystem of SOMs, camera modules, and wireless connectivity modules.

The iSM-IMX224 uses SONY’s IMX224 sensor to realize the capture of high-resolution color images even under dark nighttime conditions equivalent to 0.005 lux.

The SONY IMX224 sensor features a type 1/3” color CMOS with 1.27M effective pixel to achieve 720p HD resolution with Digital Overlap type Wide Dynamic Range (DOL WDR) function that improves sensitivity in the near infrared light region.

Integrated with various types of iENSO optimized lenses, it’s a perfect choice for low light and night vision camera systems.

Attributes:

Partner

Sony

Sensor Type

Rolling Shutter

Megapixels (MP)

6

Optical Format (inch)

1/2.9

Pixel Size (μm)

1.62

Frame Rate (fps)

30

Benefits

BSI, HDR, Near IR Enhanced

Key Specifications:

  • Framerate details: 120/60 fps at QVGA and 720P mode 10/12 bit over a 4-lane MIPI CSI-2 interface.
  • Pixel details: 3.75 μm, 1305 x 977 array, color or mono, rolling shutter, front illuminated.
  • Package/Environmental: 110-pin LGA or 75-pin BGA, 9.0 mm x 7.5 mm.
  • Temperature range: -40°C to 85°C.
  • Power supply: digital 1.2V; interface 1.8V

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