The sensor is provided in a 1/3-inch optical format and provides high-resolution picture quality when moving from low-to-bright light conditions and vice versa. A single-frame, HDR implementation improves the capture of fast-moving objects when compared to multiframe systems. With frame rates at 30fps for conventional multi-frame systems, the single-frame approach at 60fps promotes faster, less blurry and higher quality images, especially in high-contrast light conditions.
Combining a 2.7µm pixel size with CNR technology ensures high sensitivity and allows the sensor to offer better visibility and colour-rich images in low-luminescent environments. Additional functions include Bad Pixel Correction (BPC), Lens Shading Correction (LSC), picture flip, cropping and scaling.
The TCM5117PL is designed to deliver long-term, 24 hours-per-day use at up to 105°C and operates with a single 3.3 ±0.3V power supply. RAW10 and RAW12 data formats are supported and several output formats including CSI-2, S-LVDS and parallel are provided.
For more company information visit www.toshiba-components.com