Onsemi (ONSEM, NASDAQ: ON), a leader in smart power and smart sensing technologies, will be exhibiting at China’s leading machine vision exhibition (Vision China (Shenzhen)) from November 15 to 17, 2022 The latest image perception technology will be displayed at the booth number 8H15, Hall 8.
Viewers will be able to see ON Semiconductor’s XGS series of CMOS image sensors, especially based on the XGS 5000 (5.3 megapixels 2592 x 2048 px), XGS12000 (12 megapixels 4096 x 3072 px), XGS 16000 (16 megapixels 4000 x 4000 px ) and the flagship XGS 45000 (44.7 megapixels 8192 x 5460 px) X-Cube reference design capable of running 8K video at a frame rate of 60 frames per second. These image sensors are available in a variety of resolutions and frame rates with 12-bit image quality. The advanced XGS series devices are based on innovative 3.2 micron global shutter pixels, which provide excellent image quality and consistency even at high resolutions.
ON Semiconductor will also demonstrate a high-resolution image sensor primarily for machine vision. This 1/2-inch 20-megapixel image sensor is packed with features and proprietary technology to deliver excellent image quality under all operating conditions and high performance with extremely low power consumption. For applications where power consumption and/or bandwidth are a concern, the sensor can be configured to output various low-resolution image formats.
Handheld barcode scanners need to be fast, reliable, and have long battery life to meet rising productivity expectations for workers from retail stores to e-commerce warehouses. ON Semiconductor will demonstrate a barcode scanner solution featuring a new 1/8-inch VGA CMOS digital image sensor with a global shutter efficiency 4 times higher than ON Semiconductor’s previous generation VGA image sensor. The small size and ultra-low power consumption allow it to be deployed in extremely compact vision systems.
ON Semiconductor will also showcase the popular AR0234CS image sensor. This 1/2.6-inch 2.3-megapixel image sensor uses global shutter technology to output full-resolution images at 120 frames per second and is ideal for creating binocular stereo vision applications required for depth measurement.
The latest generation of stack-based, back-illuminated (BSI) CMOS sensors with a standard 4K 3840×2160 (16:9) resolution will also be on display. They support multiple trigger modes, multi-camera simultaneous scene switching, and automated/user-controlled black level correction (BLC). One of the sensors supports linear interleaved high dynamic range (hereinafter referred to as “HDR”), and up to 3-exposure HDR on-chip 120 dB dynamic range, which can be restructured inside the sensor to provide better contrast in scenes Image details. Another sensor with an ultra-low power architecture, motion wake-up mode, and excellent low-light performance is ideal for applications where power and/or bandwidth are a concern.