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Image Coprocessor

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ON Semiconductor AP020x seriesON Semiconductor Corp. has announced the AP020x series of image coprocessors designed to work in conjunction with the company’s high-performance, 2- and 1.2-MP image sensors.

The AP020x series incorporates an advanced high-dynamic-range color pipeline with adaptive local tone mapping. The AP0200, AP0201 and AP0202 models support up to 2-MP, 1080-pixel image sensors, with the AP0102AT supporting up to 1.2-MP, 720-pixel image sensors.

The coprocessors offer support for automotive safety integrity levels A and B while supporting 30 fps operation at 1080p, 45 fps at 960p and 60 fps at 720p.
Jul 2015

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