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High-Performance PureCel-S™ 16-Megapixel Sensor
with Stacked Die Technology for the Next Generation
of Premium and Mainstream Smartphones
The PureCel-S™ OV16850 is a high-performance
16-megapixel PureCel-S™ sensor for the next
generation of premium and mainstream smartphones.
The OV16850 leverages OmniVision's stacked die
technology and uses a 1.12-micron pixel to capture
ultra-high resolution images and video in a native 16:9
format packed into a compact module size. The native
high definition format of the sensor allows for the
smartphone camera to match its display without any
loss in field-of-view for snapshots and video, with a
binned resolution matching next-generation "2K" quad
high definition (QHD) premium smartphone displays.
The OV16850 delivers best-in-class sensitivity, signalto-noise ratio, and full-well capacity for a 1.12-micron
pixel. The 1/2.6-inch OV16850 uses a high chief ray
angle (CRA) to enable a module size of 9.5 x 9.5 x 5.5 mm,
the smallest size yet for a 16-megapixel sensor and
suitable for today's slim smartphones. It is capable of
capturing full-resolution 16-megapixel images at
30 frames per second (fps). It can also record 4K2K
video at 30 fps, or 4-megapixel QHD video at 60 fps
with full field of view.
Find out more at www.ovt.com.
OV16850
Applications
¬ Cellular and Picture Phones
¬ PC Multimedia
¬ Home Entertainment
¬ Toys
Ordering Information
Product Features
¬ OV16850-G04A-Z
(color, chip probing, 200 µm backgrinding, reconstructed wafer with good die)
¬ 1.12 µm x 1.12 µm pixel
¬ supports 1, 2, and 4-lane MIPI
transmitter interface @ 1.5Gbps/lane
¬ 16MP at 30 fps
¬ two-wire serial bus control (SCCB)
for sensor settings with
max 400 kHz speed
¬ optical size of 1/2.6"
¬ 33.4° CRA
¬ supports images sizes:
- 16MP (5408x3044)
- 12MP (4056x3044)
- 4MP (2704x1522)
- 1080p (1920x1080)
- 720p (1280x720)
- 720p FOV (1352x760), and more
¬ support for output formats:
10-bit RGB RAW and
DPCM 10-8 compression
Product Specifications
¬ automatic image control functions:
- automatic exposure control (AEC)
- automatic gain control (AGC)
- auto white balance (AWB)
¬ on-chip phase lock loops (PLLs)
¬ 2x binning support for RGB
¬ active array size: 5408 x 3044
¬ lens size: 1/2.6"
¬ power supply:
- core: 1.2V
- analog: 2.8V
- I/O: 1.8V
¬ lens chief ray angle: 33.4° non-linear
¬ input clock frequency: 6 ~ 27 MHz
¬ power requirements:
- active: TBD
- XSHUTDOWN: TBD
¬ image quality control:
- defect pixel correction (DPC)
- denoise
- lens shading correction
¬ temperature range:
- operating: -30°C to +85°C junction
temperature
- stable image: 0°C to +60°C junction
temperature
¬ programmable controls for frame rate,
mirror and flip, cropping, and windowing ¬ suitable for 9.5 x 9.5 x ~5.5 mm
module size
¬ 20kbits (or 2560 bytes) of OTP memory
¬ output interfaces:
1, 2, and 4-lane MIPI transmitter
¬ output formats: 10-bit RGB RAW
and DPCM 10-8 compression
¬ maximum image transfer rate:
- 16MP (16:9) (5408x3044): 30 fps
- 12MP (4:3) (4056x3044): 30 fps
- 4MP (2x binning)(2704x1522): 60 fps
- 1080p: 90 fps
- 720p: 120 fps
¬ scan mode: progressive
¬ pixel size: 1.12 µm x 1.12 µm
¬ image area: 6092.8 µm x 3445.12 µm
¬ die dimensions:
- COB: 6900 µm x 4250 µm
- RW: 6950 µm x 4300 µm
Functional Block Diagram
OV16850
image
array
10-bit
ADC
AMP
temperature
sensor
ISP
row select
column
sample/hold
image
interface
MIPI
image
sensor
processor
FIFO
image sensor core
MCP/N
MDP/N[3:0]
gain
control
control register bank
4275 Burton Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054
USA
Version 1.2, October, 2014
Tel: + 1 408 567 3000
Fax: + 1 408 567 3001
www.ovt.com
SIOD
SIOC
SCCB interface
SID
HREF
GPIO[4:0]
ILPWM
STROBE
FREX
VSYNC
FSIN
TM
XSHUTDOWN
timing generator and system control logic
PWDNB
PLL
XVCLK
PLLs
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