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OV16825-2A 16-megapixel product brief
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16-Megapixel Photography and
Ultra-High Resolution 4K2K Video at 60 fps
OmniVision's OV16825-2A is a 16-megapixel
CameraChip™ sensor that can capture 4K2K or Quad Full
High Definition (QFHD) video at 60 frames per second
(fps). Built on OmniVision's high-performance
1.34-micron OmniBSI-2™ pixel architecture,
OV16825-2A supports emerging standards in highresolution video recording for the high-end smartphone
market.
The 1/2.3-inch CameraChip sensor is capable of
recording 4K2K (3840x2160) video at 60 fps and
1080p HD video at 120 fps with extra pixels for
electronic image stabilization (EIS). The sensor is also
capable of capturing high-resolution images in rapid
succession. All required image processing functions,
including defective pixel and noise canceling, RAW
scaling, image size, frame rate, exposure, gain, cropping
and orientation are programmable through the serial
camera control bus (SCCB) interface.
The OV16825-2A supports 10-bit RAW RGB images and
8-10 DPCM compression. The sensor offers industrystandard connectivity, including up to an 8-lane MIPI
output interface for high data transfer rates. The
OV16825-2A is available in die form (RW).
Find out more at www.ovt.com.
OV16825-2A
Applications
¬ Smartphones
¬ HD Video Camcorders
¬ Digital Still Cameras
¬ Telepresence
Ordering Information
Product Features
¬ OV16825-G04A-2A
(color, chip probing, 200 µm backgrinding, reconstructed wafer)
¬ OmniBSI-2™ (second generation BSI)
¬ support for image sizes:
4608 x 3456 and below
¬ 16-megapixel
- through 4-lane MIPI up to 24 fps
- through 8-lane MIPI up to 30 fps
¬ 4K2K at 60 fps
¬ 8-lane MIPI serial output interface
¬ two-wire serial bus control (SCCB)
¬ support for output format:
10-bit RAW RGB and
DPCM 10-8 compression
¬ capable of maintaining register values
at power down
Product Specifications
¬ programmable controls: gain,
exposure, frame rate, image size,
horizontal mirror, vertical flip,
cropping, RAW scaling, windowing,
and panning
¬ active array size: 4608 x 3456
¬ lens chief ray angle: 29.7° non-linear
¬ power supply:
- analog: 2.8V
- core: 1.26V
- I/O: 2.8V/1.8V
¬ input clock frequency: 6 ~ 27 MHz
¬ power requirements:
- active (full size 30 fps @ 8-lane):
2.8V @ 110 mA, 1.8V @ 0.2 mA,
1.26V @ 190 mA
- standby: 10 µA
¬ scan mode: progressive
¬ image control functions: manual
exposure (MEC), manual gain control
(MGC) and automatic black level
calibration (ABLC)
¬ strobe output to control flash
¬ embedded 2048 bytes of one-time
programmable (OTP) memory
¬ image quality controls:
defect pixel correction
¬ on-chip phase lock loop (PLL)
¬ temperature range:
- operating: -30°C to +70°C junction
temperature
- stable image: 0°C to +60°C junction
temperature
¬ support for black sun cancellation
¬ supports pixel binning,
re-sampling filter
¬ maximum image transfer rate:
- 16MP: 30 fps
¬ on-chip scalar
¬ output interfaces: up to 8 data lanes
MIPI output
¬ 2x2 binning support
¬ shutter: rolling
¬ maximum exposure interval:
1 frame - 4Tline
¬ sensitivity: 850 mV/lux-sec @ 530 nm
¬ max S/N ratio: 36.4 dB
¬ dynamic range: 68.6 dB @ 8x gain
¬ pixel size: 1.34 µm x 1.34 µm
¬ output formats: RAW RGB data
¬ image area: 6239.04 µm x 4673.92 µm
¬ lens size: 1/2.3"
¬ die dimensions: 9200 µm x 8900 µm
Functional Block Diagram
OV16825-2A
image
sensor
processor
12-bit
ADC
AMP
MCP/N[1:0]
MDP/N[7:0]
MIPI
image
array
ISP
row select
column
sample/hold
image output
interface
FIFO
image sensor core
gain control
control register bank
4275 Burton Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054
USA
Version 1.2, July, 2015
Tel: + 1 408 567 3000
Fax: + 1 408 567 3001
www.ovt.com
SDO
SDI
SCK
4-wire slave
interface
CSB
SIOD
SIOC
SCCB slave
interface
SID
XVCLK
STROBE
PLL
GPIO[5:0]
FREX
HREF
VSYNC
TM
RESETB
PWDN
VDDSW
ATEST[1:0]
timing generator and
system control logic
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service without further notice. OmniVision is a registered trademark of OmniVision Technologies,
Inc. The OmniVision logo and OmniBSI are trademarks of OmniVision Technologies, Inc. All other
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