CMOS Image Sensor by Pixart

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The PAG7820LT from Pixart is a Quarter Video Graphics Array (QVGA) CMOS Image Sensor that has a resolution of 320 (H) x 240 (V) pixels. It has a global shutter that delivers a maximum frame rate of 180 fps. This NIR image sensor has a pixel size of 3 µm x 3 µm, dynamic range of 68 dB, and signal-to-noise ratio of 38 dB. It has ROI (Region of Interest) functionality and binning & skipping modes. This image sensor can be controlled via parallel & SPI (pixel data) and 12 C (register control) interfaces. It requires a DC supply voltage of 2.8 V - 3.3 V (analog), 1.2 V (digital), and 1.8 V/3.3 V (I/O). This image sensor consumes an average operating power of 0.79 mW (at 15 fps), 0.288 mW (at 5 fps), and 0.072 mW (at 1 fps). It is available in a CSP package that measures 2.24 mm x 2.74 mm x 0.748 mm and is ideal for smart toys, connected home appliances, and IoT applications.

Product Specifications

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Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
  • Description
    QVGA CMOS Image Sensor for Smart Toys & IoT Applications

General Parameters

  • Resolution
    320 (H) x 240 (V)
  • Mega Pixels
    0.07 MP
  • Supply Voltage
    2.8 to 3.3 V (Analog), 1.2 V (Digital), 1.8 V / 3.3 V (I/O)
  • Package Type
  • Shutter Type
    Global Shutter
  • Frame Rate
    Up to 180 Frames/sec
  • Pixel Size
    3 x 3 µm
  • Pixel
  • Dynamic Range
    68 dB
  • SNR
    38 dB
  • Power Consumption
    0.072 to 0.79 mW

Connections & Interface

  • Interface
    Parallel, SPI, I2C


  • Application
    Smart Toys, Connected Home Appliances and IoTs

Physical Properties

  • Package
  • Dimensions
    2.24 x 2.74 x 0.748 mm

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