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Industrial Camera Module

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Industrial Camera ModuleA camera module from Leopard Imaging Inc. houses a MachX03 field-programmable gate array and USB3 sensor bridge reference design from Lattice Semiconductor Corp.

The MachX03 array and bridge reference design work together to convert the sub-low-voltage differential signaling (subLVDS) video signal from the image sensor to a parallel format that can interface with the camera's USB3 controller. The ability to convert the video signal to a format compatible with the USB controller allows the embedded camera module to be used in a variety of industrial systems.

Reference designs are available for subLVDS, MIPI, CSI-2, HiSPi and USB3 FX3 controller interfacing, with customized bridging for various applications.
Oct 2015
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