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PHOENIX, March 29, 2016 — ON Semiconductor has announced the AR1337 CMOS digital image sensor with a 1/3.2-in format and back-side illumination targeted for consumer electronics products.

The AR1337 incorporates high-performance SuperPD phase detect autofocus (PDAF) pixel technology, delivering focus speeds of 300 ms or less, even in low lighting conditions below 25 lux. By using its on-chip PDAF processing, the device simplifies integration into smartphone platforms and improves camera module integrators throughput from simplified calibration.

The active-pixel array with a 4208 × 3120 arrangement delivers realistic image quality with a best-in-class signal-to-noise ratio. Quantum efficiency reaches 82 percent.
Mar 2016

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