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E-Mirror or Camera Monitor Systems (CMS) enhance or replace traditional mirrors on vehicles. These systems provide drivers with greater visibility, eliminate blind zones around the vehicle, reduce aerodynamic drag, and offer designers more options for future cabin designs and functionalities.
ON Semiconductor offers a complete solution for Automotive Imaging Sensor Systems powered from the vehicle battery that deliver power to the image sensor and transmit data to and from the imaging system to the Central Processing Unit which simplifies and speeds adoption in surround view camera application.
The broad image sensor portfolio from ON Semiconductor provides options for camera manufacturers to satisfy the requirements of every possible end application from wearables and consumer electronics to demanding industrial and automotive applications.
With new requirements being added to the New Car Assessment Program (NCAP), Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) require sensors with higher functionality to meet the evolving standards for car safety.
AP0200AT is a dedicated automotive image co-processor that enables flexible camera platforms using high performance ON Semiconductor megapixel high dynamic range (HDR) sensors.
The FSA646 is a four-data-lane MIPI, D-PHY switch. This single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) switch is optimized for switching between two high-speed or low-power MIPI sources.
NV25020 is an EEPROM Serial 2-Kb SPI - Automotive Grade 0 (+150°C) device internally organized as 256x8 bits. It features a 16−byte page write buffer and supports the Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI) protocol.
The Schottky Rectifier employs the Schottky Barrier principle in a large area metal-to-silicon power diode. The Schottky Rectifier's state-of-the-art geometry features epitaxial construction with oxide passivation and metal overlay contact.
Almost all Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) both today and in the foreseeable future are built primarily on machine vision to drive the decision process.