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Electronic Imaging & Signal Processing

Reference design kits

FRAMOS

FRAMOS introduces Reference Design Kits (RDK) for new Sony CMOS Sensors that enable faster development cycles in customized camera manufacturing.

With CCD technology, designing a camera around a vision sensor is a rather complex task. By using a CMOS sensor, the task is much easier for manufacturers looking to develop cameras, even in lower volumes and for special applications.

With the announcement of its Reference Design Kits (RDK) for Sony CMOS sensors, FRAMOS further enables anyone creating a customized vision solution to save development costs, reduce risk and bring their products to market faster.

RDKs help manufacturers implement the image sensor into their new products by providing the information they need to integrate it into their design. It acts in combination with the sensor manufacturer's evaluation (a.k.a. EVB) kits that allow them to evaluate the performance of the sensor under certain conditions.
FRAMOS now offers the RDKs as a value added customer service for the Sony IMX 174 and IMX 249 global shutter sensors from the Pregius series.

With all this information at hand, the development process speeds up dramatically for the manufacturer. Experience shows that the time saved using the RDKs ranges between 1-3 months of engineering effort, as the RDK provides practically all answers to many of the questions that usually arise during the development cycle, thus minimizing support cycles.

The new FRAMOS RDK added service for Sony sensors provides a kit that contains all the design files to understand how to integrate the sensor into a new design and includes all the necessary documentation in an easy to use manner. Optionally, the RDK PCB hardware can be purchased to provide a working example of the RDK design.

www.framos.com