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Ilse Jurriën : June 21th 2006 - 01:04 CET updated

Worlds smallest Camera Chip from OmniVision


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OmniVisionWorlds smallest Camera Chip from OmniVision : OmniVision Technologies, a supplier of CMOS Camera Chip image sensor solutions for high-volume imaging applications, today introduced its smallest CameraChip product to date. The new, cost-efficient OV6920 is the only 1/18-inch sensor available, offering low power operation for use in disposable cameras for medical applications such as intubation and diagnostic systems. The 2.1 mm by 2.3 mm CSP packaged chip will enable a 3.2 mm diameter microscopic camera module, making many medical procedures even less invasive for the patient. It also allows certain medical devices such as intubation systems and endoscopes to be made even smaller to allow for use on infants and small children.
Worlds smallest Camera Chip from OmniVisionOmniVision OV6920 CameraChip
“We consider it a major accomplishment by our excellent engineering team to enable such a significant reduction in size over our previous smallest 1/7-inch camera chip. The closest thing in the market today is a 1/12-inch CCD,” said Hasan Gadjali, OmniVision’s Vice President for Advanced Products. “We are encouraged by the initial response to the OV6920 single Camera Chip. Several customers are evaluating samples and are very excited about the possibilities this small camera can offer.”

OmniVision OV6920 - Single-chip OmniPixel Camera Chip system
The OV6920 is an ideal solution for low-cost applications requiring both excellent color video performance and a very small footprint. The ultra small OV6920 is a single-chip OmniPixel Camera Chip system, which only needs clock and power to get the NTSC composite signal out for direct interface with a VCR/TV/monitor. The OV6920 Camera Chip is designed for very low power consumption, requiring only a single 3.3-volt DC supply. Engineering samples of the OmniVision OV6920 CameraChip are currently available.

About OmniVision Technology
OmniVision Technologies designs and markets high-performance semiconductor image sensors. Its OmniPixel and CameraChip products are highly integrated single-chip CMOS image sensors for mass-market consumer and commercial applications such as mobile phones, digital still cameras, security and surveillance systems, and automotive imaging systems.





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