300DPI High-Speed Contact Image Sensor Module

NOM03A6-- AY17G
300DPI High-- Speed Contact
Image Sensor Module
Description
The NOM03A6--AY17G contact image sensor (CIS) module
integrates a yellow LED light source with reflector, lens and image
sensor in a compact housing. The module is designed for document
scanning, mark reading, gaming and office automation equipment
applications and is suitable for scanning documents up to 104 mm
wide. An analog video output achieves a scanning rate of
250 msec/line. The NOM03A6--AY17G module employs proprietary
CMOS image sensing technology from ON Semiconductor to achieve
high--speed performance and high sensitivity.
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Features
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Light Source, Lens and Sensor are Integrated Into a Single Module
104 mm Scanning Width at 11.8 dots per mm Resolution
250 msec/Line Scanning Speed @ 5.0 MHz Pixel Rate
Analog Video Output
Supports A6 Paper Size at up to 138 Pages per Minute
Yellow LED Light Source with Reflector
Wide Dynamic Range
Compact 119.7 mm x 19.0 mm x 13.7 mm Module Housing
Low Power
Light Weight 1.1 oz Packaging
These Devices are Pb--Free, Halogen Free/BFR Free and are RoHS
Compliant
IMAGE SENSOR MODULE A6
CASE MODAF
MARKING DIAGRAM
NOM03A6--AY17G
YYMMSSSSSS
YY
MM
SSSSSS
G
= Year
= Month
= Serial Number
= Pb--Free Package
CONNECTOR PIN ASSIGNMENT
Contact Image
Sensor Module
Analog to Digital
Converters
LED Drivers
Paper Insertion
Sensing Switch
Scan System
Timing and Control
Motor
Motor Controller
and Driver
DSP
VDD
VSS
GND
SP
GND
CP
GLED
VLED
Ticket, Check and Card Scanners
Receipt Scanners
Mark Readers
Office Automation Equipment
GND
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VOUT
Applications
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ORDERING INFORMATION
See detailed ordering and shipping information in the package
dimensions section on page 2 of this data sheet.
Parallel Port
Transceiver
Figure 1. Typical Scanner Application
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Table 1. ORDERING INFORMATION
Part Number
NOM03A6--AY17G
Package
Shipping Configuration
(Pb--free)
100 per packing carton
Yellow LED Light Bar
VLED
GLED
VDD (+5 V)
Rod Lens
GND
VSS (--5 V)
Photo Sensor Array
SP
Buf
CP
Buf
1
2
3
4
1248
Amp
Shift Register
Pixel 1 corresponds to connector end of the module
Figure 2. Simplified Block Diagram
Table 2. PIN FUNCTION DESCRIPTION
Pin
Pin Name
Description
1
VOUT
Analog Video Output
2
GND
Ground
3
VDD
+5 V power supply
4
VSS
--5 V to --12 V power supply
5
GND
Ground
6
SP
7
GND
8
CP
9
GLED
Ground for the LED light source
10
VLED
Power supply for the LED light source
Shift register start pulse
Ground
Sampling clock pulse
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VOUT
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Table 3. ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM RATINGS
Parameter
Symbol
Value
Unit
VDD
7
V
VSS
--15
V
VLED
6
V
Power supply current
ILED
450
mA
Input voltage range for SP, CP
Vin
--0.5 to VDD + 0.5
V
Storage Temperature
TSTG
--20 to 75
°C
Storage Humidity, Non--Condensing
HSTG
10 to 90
%
ESDHBM
±2
kV
Power supply voltage
ESD Capability, Contact Discharge (Note 1)
Stresses exceeding Maximum Ratings may damage the device. Maximum Ratings are stress ratings only. Functional operation above the
Recommended Operating Conditions is not implied. Extended exposure to stresses above the Recommended Operating Conditions may affect
device reliability.
1. This module assembly has been ESD tested to IEC61000--4--2 (HBM) Contact Discharge
Table 4. RECOMMENDED OPERATING RANGES (Unless otherwise specified, these specifications apply TA = 25°C) (Note 2)
Parameter
Power supply voltage (Note 3)
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
VDD
4.5
5
5.5
V
VSS
--12
--5
--4.5
V
VLED
4.5
5
5.5
V
IDD
20
30
40
mA
ISS
5
6
7
mA
ILED
250
300
350
mA
Low level input voltage for SP, CP
VIL
0
0
0.8
V
High level input voltage for SP, CP
VIH
4.5
5.0
VDD + 0.3
V
Line scanning rate (Note 4)
Tint
227
250
624
ms
Clock frequency (Note 5)
f
2.0
5.0
5.5
MHz
Clock period
to
182
200
500
ns
Clock pulse width (Note 6)
tw
46
50
125
ns
Clock pulse high duty cycle
DCCP
20
25
60
%
180
480
ns
Power supply current
Start pulse width (Note 6)
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Symbol
twSP
150
Start pulse setup time
tsu
20
ns
Start pulse hold time
th
20
ns
Prohibit crossing time (Note 7)
tprh
20
ns
Clock to Video output propagation delay rising
tpcor
115
ns
Clock to Video output propagation delay falling
tpcof
20
ns
Operating Temperature
Top
0
50
°C
Operating Humidity, Non--Condensing
Hop
10
60
%
Refer to Figure 3 for more information on AC characteristics
VLED directly affects illumination intensity, which directly affects VOUT.
Tint is the line scanning rate or integration time. Tint is determined by the interval between two start pulses. The clock is proportional to Tint.
Main clock frequency (f) corresponds to the video sampling frequency.
Min, Typ, Max specifications reflect operation at the corresponding Min, Typ, Max clock frequency.
Prohibit crossing time is to insure that two start pulses are not supplied in the same scan line time. SP may only be active high during one
falling edge of CP for any given scan.
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Table 5. PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Symbol
Typ
Unit
Scan width
Parameter
PDw
104
mm
Number of Photo Detector Arrays
PDAn
13
arrays
PDn
1248
elements
Number of Photo Detectors
Table 6. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Parameter
Pixel pitch
Symbol
Min
PDsp
Typ
Max
84.7
Unit
mm
Inter--array spacing
PDAsp
150
180
210
mm
Inter--array vertical alignment
PDAvxp
--40
0
40
mm
Yellow LED peak wavelength
λp
566
575
581
nm
Table 7. ELECTRO--OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS TEST CONDITIONS
Parameter
Symbol
Value
Unit
VDD
5.0
V
VLED
5.0
V
f
5.0
MHz
DCCP
25
%
Tint
250
ms
LED arrays pulsed time on (Note 8)
LED_Ton
26
ms
LED arrays pulsed time off (Note 8)
LED_Toff
356
ms
Top
25
°C
Power supply voltage
Clock frequency
Clock pulse high duty cycle
Line scanning rate
Operating Temperature
8. Production tested with pulsing LEDs.
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Table 8. ELECTRO--OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS (Unless otherwise specified, these specifications were achieved with the
test conditions defined in Table 7)
Symbol
Parameter
Bright analog output voltage (Note 9)
Bright output non--uniformity (Note 10)
Min
Typ
Max
Unit
Vpavg
0.9
1.0
1.1
V
Up
--30
30
%
%
Bright output non--uniformity total (Note 11)
Uptotal
60
Adjacent pixel non--uniformity (Note 12)
Upadj
25
%
Vd
200
mV
75
mV
Dark output voltage (Note 13)
Dark non--uniformity (Note 14)
Ud
Modulation transfer function at 75 line pairs per in (lp/in) (Note 15)
MTF75
30
%
Modulation transfer function at 150 line pairs per in (lp/in)
(Notes 15, 16)
MTF150
15
%
9. Vpavg = Σ Vp(n)/1248, where
Vp is the pixel amplitude value of VOUT for a bright signal defined as a white document with LEDs turned on,
n is the sequential pixel number in one scan line.
10. Up = [(Vpmax – Vpavg)/Vpavg] x 100%, or [Vpavg – Vpmin)/Vpavg] x 100%, whichever is greater, where
Vpmax is the maximum pixel voltage of any pixel at full bright
Vpmin is the minimum pixel voltage of any pixel at full bright
11. Uptotal = [(Vpmax – Vpmin)/Vpavg] x 100%,
12. Upadj = MAX [ | (Vp(n) – Vp(n+1) | / Vp(n)] x 100%, where
Upadj is the nonuniformity in percent between adjacent pixels for a bright background
13. Vd is the pixel amplitude value of VOUT for a dark signal defined as a black document with LEDs turned off
14. Ud = Vdmax – Vdmin, where
Vdmax is the maximum pixel voltage of any dark pixel with the LEDs turned off
Vdmin is the minimum pixel voltage of any dark pixel with the LEDs turned off
15. MTF = [(Vmax – Vmin)/(Vmax + Vmin)] x 100%, where
Vmax is the maximum output voltage at the specified line pairs per inch (lp/in)
Vmin is the minimum output voltage at the specified lp/in
16. For information only.
to
tw
CP
tprh
tprh
th
SP
tsu
tpcof
twSP
Vd
VOUT
GND
Vp
tpcor
Pixel 1
Pixel 2
Figure 3. Timing Diagram
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Pixel 3
Pixel 4
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DESCRIPTION OF OPERATION
processed, the motor advances the paper and the next scan
The NOM03A6--AY17G module consists of 13 contact
line is captured.
image sensors, each with 96 pixel elements, that are
Initialization
cascaded to provide 1248 photo--detectors with their
associated multiplex switches and double--buffered digital
shift register that controls its sequential readout. A buffer
Document
no
amplifies the video pixels from the image sensors and output
Detected?
the analog video signal of the module as shown in Figure 2.
In operation, the sensors produce an analog image pixel
Start Scan
signal (or video signal) proportional to the exposure on the
SP=
, CP=
CTR=0
corresponding picture elements on the document. The
VOUT signal outputs 1248 pixels for each scan line. The
CP=
first bit shifted out from VOUT during each scan represents
the first pixel on the connector end of the module.
Read Pixel into Memory
A pictorial of the NOM03A6--AY17G cross section view
is shown in Figure 4. Mounted in the module is a one--to--one
no
graded--index micro lens array that focuses the scanned
CTR++ == 1248
document image onto the sensing plane. Illumination is
accomplished by means of an integrated LED light source.
An internal reflector helps illuminate the document more
Transfer Scan Line Data
completely, eliminating shadows caused by wrinkles in the
paper. All components are housed in a small plastic housing,
Document
yes
which has a glass cover. The top surface of the glass acts as
Detected?
the focal point for the object being scanned and protects the
imaging array, micro lens assembly and LED light source
from dust.
Done
Functional Description
Glass Window
Document Surface
Figure 5. Typical Scanner Algorithm
Figure 5 outlines the basic steps in the scanner control
sequence. First the circuits are initialized and the scanner
waits for a document to be detected, usually by a paper
sensing switch. Then a start pulse and clock pulse are
supplied to capture a line image. At the next clock pulse the
first pixel value appears on the output. The pixel can be
stored in a local line buffer memory. Subsequent clocks
cause the remaining pixels to be shifted out and stored in the
line buffer. Once the complete line has been shifted out it can
be transferred to the host application and the system
advances the paper and the line scan process repeats until the
paper sensing switch indicates the document has passed
completely through the scanner.
Light Path
Rod
Lens
Module Housing
LED Bar
Sensors
PCB
Figure 4. Module Cross Section View
Connector Pin Out Description
Connections to the module are via a 2.4x14.50mm 10--pin
connector (ECE part number EBW--PK23--P010L2--3Z)
located at one end of the module as shown in the package
drawing on page 8. The location of pin number 1 is
indicated on the package drawing.
Device Marking and Barcode Description
Each module is marked with a tag that contains the part
number, a number combining the manufacturing date code
and serial number and a barcode. The barcode presents the
date code and serial number in Interleave 2 of 5 barcode
format as follows
YYMMSSSSSS
where
YY is the year,
MM is the month, and
SSSSSS is the serial number.
Scanner Applications
A typical use of the NOM03A6--AY17G module in
scanner applications is shown in Figure 6. The document to
be digitized is fed into the scanner where a sensor detects its
presence. The scanner then operates the motor to move the
paper under the contact image sensor module. The module
illuminates the paper with internal LEDs and the image
sensor pixel array detects the amount of reflected light and
simultaneously measures a full line of pixels which are
sampled and transferred to a FIFO for storage and
conversion to a parallel output format. Once the pixel line is
Glass Lens Care
Precautions should be taken to avoid scratching or
touching the glass lens. The glass lens may be cleaned with
alcohol.
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Figure 6. Typical Scanner Assembly
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PACKAGE DIMENSIONS
IMAGE SENSOR MODULE A6
CASE MODAF
ISSUE O
NOTES:
1. DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING PER ASME Y14.5M, 1994.
2. CONTROLLING DIMENSION: MILLIMETERS.
3. LEADING EDGE OF THE APPROACH ANGLE ON THE GLASS IS
LOWER THAN THE TOP OF THE HOUSING.
4. BORE DEPTH IS 6.0 WITH A 0.2 LEAD--IN CHAMFER.
5. PIN HEADER, MODEL NUMBER EBW--PK23--P010L2--3Z, 1X10 PIN,
PITCH 1.25.
6. GLASS IS GLUED ON ALL 4 SIDES.
7. GLASS THICKNESS IS 1.85.
8. USE M2.3 SELF TAPPING SCREWS FOR MOUNTING. TORQUE
SCREWS BETWEEN 1.80 KGF--CM AND 2.00 KGF--CM.
9. DIMENSION D1 DENOTES THE SCAN LENGTH.
10. DIMENSION K DENOTES THE POSITION OF THE FIRST PIXEL.
MILLIMETERS
DIM MIN
MAX
A
13.00
14.00
A1
6.70
7.70
A2
13.20
14.20
B
17.70
18.30
B1
18.70
19.30
B2
5.50
6.50
C
15.20
15.80
D 119.20 120.20
D1
104.00 REF
E
2.10
2.30
H
34.80
35.80
J
5.70
6.30
K
6.00
8.00
L
6.00 REF
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PACKING DIMENSIONS
NO.
NAME
MATERIAL
1
Shockproof Pad
EPE
2
Packing Tray
POLYFOAM
3
Conduct Electricity Sheet
PE + CONDUCTIVE SHEET
4
Waterproof Bag
PE
5
Packing Box-- Carton
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