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OPT8241NBN

QVGA-Resolution 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) Sensor

Packaging

Package | PIN: NBN | 78
Temp: C (0 to 70)
Carrier: Partial Tray
Qty Price
1-9 $47.26
10-24 $44.19
25-99 $42.79
100-249 $38.03
250-499 $37.75
500-749 $35.52
750-999 $31.88
1000+ $31.78

Features

  • Imaging Array:
    • 320 × 240 Array
    • 1/3” Optical Format
    • Pixel Pitch: 15 µm
    • Upto 150 Frames per Second
  • Optical Properties:
    • Responsivity: 0.35 A/W at 850 nm
    • Demodulation Contrast: 45% at 50 MHz
    • Demodulation Frequency: 10 MHz to 100 MHz
  • Output Data Format:
    • 12-Bit Phase Correlation Data
    • 4-Bit Common-Mode (Ambient)
  • Chipset Interface:
    • Compatible with TI's Time-of-Flight Controller OPT9221
  • Sensor Output Interface:
    • CMOS Data Interface (50-MHz DDR, 16-Lane Data, Clock and Frame Markers)
    • LVDS:
      • 600 Mbps, 3 Data Pairs
      • 1-LVDS Bit Clock Pair, 1-LVDS Sample Clock Pair
  • Timing Generator (TG):
    • Addressing Engine with Programmable Region of Interest (ROI)
    • Modulation Control
    • De-Aliasing
    • Master, Slave Sync Operation
  • I2C Slave Interface for Control
  • Power Supply:
    • 3.3-V I/O, Analog
    • 1.8-V Analog, Digital, I/O
    • 1.5-V Demodulation (Typical)
  • Optimized Optical Package (COG-78):
    • 8.757 mm × 7.859 mm × 0.7 mm
    • Integrated Optical Band-Pass Filter
      (830 nm to 867 nm)
    • Optical Fiducials for Easy Alignment
  • Operating Temperature: 0°C to 70°C

Texas Instruments  OPT8241NBN

The OPT8241 time-of-flight (ToF) sensor is part of the TI 3D ToF image sensor family. The device combines ToF sensing with an optimally-designed analog-to-digital converter (ADC) and a versatile, programmable timing generator (TG). The device offers quarter video graphics array (QVGA 320 x 240) resolution data at frame rates up to 150 frames per second (600 readouts per second).

The built-in TG controls the reset, modulation, readout, and digitization sequence. The programmability of the TG offers flexibility to optimize for various depth-sensing performance metrics (such as power, motion robustness, signal-to-noise ratio, and ambient cancellation).