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Video Development Kit

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PHOENIX, Oct. 15, 2015 — On Semiconductor has announced the MatrixCam video development kit for use in Internet-of-Things products.

The 1080p imaging system delivers low-power intelligent streaming at a frame rate of 30 fps over Wi-Fi and Ethernet, with wake-up initiation from Bluetooth low-energy signals or an integrated motion-detecting passive IR sensor. The AR023Z 1/3-in. format CMOS image sensor has a 1928 × 1088 active-pixel array.

Applications include home automation systems, building access devices, baby monitors, advanced lighting controls and smart appliances.


Photonics.com
Oct 2015
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