Wafer-level camera module measures only 0.65 x 0.65 x 1.158mm

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Built around the company’s Guinness World Record breaking image sensor, only 0.575mm by 0.575mm, the OVM6948 CameraCubeChip was developed as a disposable medical imager, preventing cross-contamination risks while providing deeper anatomical access without being too invasive.

Using a highly effective and economical wafer-level packaging technology, the OVM6948 is making the mass production of disposable medical imaging equipment possible. This complete module can be integrated into a catheter or endoscope with a diameter as small as 1.0mm. With this camera’s small size and high 200×200, or 40 KPixel backside-illuminated resolution, high quality images can be captured from within the body’s narrowest blood vessels for neuro, ophthalmic, ENT, cardiac, spinal, urology, gynecology and arthroscopy procedures. Many space constrained dental, veterinarian and industrial applications will also benefit from the OVM6948’s advanced design.

The color analog camera with OmniBSI+ technology enables easy calibration in production and is reflowable with a 4-pin interface for simplified integration. The unit has a wide 120-degree field of view and an extended focus range of 3mm to 30mm. Its image array is capable of capturing 200×200 resolution images and video at up to 30 frames per second, and its analog output that can transmit over 4 meters with minimal noise. Power consumption is as low as 25mW, generating less heat for better patient comfort and flexible procedure durations.

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