OV6620

Manufacturer Part NumberOV6620
ManufacturerETC-unknow
OV6620 datasheet
 


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OV6620 SINGLE-CHIP CMOS CIF COLOR DIGITAL CAMERA
OV6120 SINGLE-CHIP CMOS CIF B&W DIGITAL CAMERA
Features
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101,376 pixels, 1/4” lens, CIF/QCIF format
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Progressive scan read out
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Data format - YCrCb 4:2:2, GRB 4:2:2, RGB Raw Data
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8/16 bit video data: CCIR601, CCIR656, ZV port
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Wide dynamic range, anti-blooming, zero smearing
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Electronic exposure / Gain / white balance control
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Image enhancement - brightness, contrast, gamma,
saturation, sharpness, window, etc.
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Internal/external synchronization
General Description
The OV6620 (color) and OV6120 (black and white) CMOS Im-
age sensors are single-chip video/imaging camera devices
designed to provide a high level of functionality in a single,
small-footprint package. Both devices incorporate a 352 x 288
image array capable of operating up to 60 frames per second
image capture. Proprietary sensor technology utilizes ad-
vanced algorithms to cancel Fixed Pattern Noise (FPN), elim-
inate smearing, and drastically reduce blooming. All needed
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AGND
8
AVDD
9
PWDN
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VRCAP1
11
VRCAP3
OV6620/OV6120
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SBB
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VTO
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ADVDD
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ADGND
16
VSYNC/CSYS
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FODD/CLK
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HREF/VSFRAM
* Note: Outputs UV0-UV7 are not available on the
OV6120. The inputs associated with these
respective pins are still functional.
OV6620/OV6120 PIN ASSIGNMENTS
OmniVision Technologies, Inc. 930 Thompson Place Sunnyvale, CA 94086 U.S.A.
Tel: (408) 733-3030 Fax: (408) 733-3061
e-mail: info@ovt.com
Website: http://www.ovt.com
OV6620/OV6120
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Frame exposure/line exposure option
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5-Volt operation, low power dissipation
– < 80 mW active power
– < 10 A in power-save mode
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Gamma correction (0.45/0.55/1.00)
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SCCB programmable (400 kb/s):
– color saturation, brightness, contrast, white balance,
exposure time, gain
camera functions including exposure control, gamma, gain,
white balance, color matrix, windowing, and more, are pro-
grammable through an SCCB (Serial Camera Control Bus) in-
terface. Both devices can be programmed to provide image
output in either 4-, 8- or 16-bit digital formats.
Applications include: Video Conferencing, Video Phone, Vid-
eo Mail, Still Image, and PC Multimedia.
Array Elements (CIF)
(QCIF)
Pixel Size
Image Area
Max Frames/Sec
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BW/CHSYNC
Electronic
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CBAR/Y0
Exposure
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Y1
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G2X/Y2
Scan Mode
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RGB/Y3
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CS1/Y4
Gamma Correction
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SHARP/Y5
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CS2/Y6
Min. Illumination
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CS0/Y7
(3000K)
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PWDB/PCLK
S/N Ratio
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DOVDD
(Digital Camera Out)
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DGND
FPN
Dark Current
Dynamic Range
Power Supply
Power
Requirements
Package
Preliminary
356 x 292
(176 x 144)
9.0 x 8.2 m
3.1 x 2.5 mm
Up to 60 FPS
Up to 500 : 1
(for selected FPS)
progressive
0.45/.55/1.0
OV6620 - < 3 lux @ f1.2
OV6120 - < 0.5 lux @ f1.2
> 48 dB
(AGC = Off, Gamma = 1)
< 0.03% V
P-P
2
< 0.2 nA/cm
> 72 dB
5VDC, ±5% (Anal.)
5VDC or 3.3VDC (DIO)
< 80mW Active
< 30 W Standby
48 pin LCC
Version 1.4, 13 May 2000

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