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THine introduces THCV241-Q processor chip for vision solutions

December 132016
THine introduces THCV241-Q processor chip for vision solutions

December 13, 2016 - THine Electronics announced an AEC-Q100 (Grade 2) compliant single chip solution (THCV241-Q) that integrates the MIPI CSI-2 interface with THine’s V-by-One HS product family.

The THCV241-Q is optimized for advanced camera requirements including:

  • High definition support (e.g., 1080p60, 4K2K)
  • Uncompressed real-time, zero latency video transmission
  • 360 degree rotation
  • Smaller circuit boards for more compact designs, new product form factors and higher reliability

Because CMOS camera modules mainly use the MIPI CSI-2 protocol output for its high data rate, transmission distance is limited to about 30 cm. However, MIPI CSI-2 integrated in the THCV241-Q processor chip extends cable length to 15 meters for uncompressed 1080p60 video data via a shielded twisted pair or a single coaxial line. In cars, for example, a clear rear view image is available to any point inside the vehicle without compression-induced latency. High Dynamic Range image displays in vehicles achieve unparalleled clarity.

THine also offers various receiver chips that support 150MHz parallel output and Open LDI (LVDS) output for 2 Mega-Pixel images or 1080p60 and plans to develop more line-ups. In addition, because the THCV241-Q processor supports transmission through a Slip-ring, PTZ cameras do not need close proximity to the Application Processor.
 

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