MLX75023 Datasheet Download

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MLX75023 Time-of-Flight Sensor Array
Datasheet
Features & Benefits
1/3” optical Time-of-Flight sensor
(optical area = 4.8 x 3.6 mm
2
)
QVGA resolution, 320 x 240 pixels
15 x 15 µm DepthSense® pixels
Demodulation frequency up to 40 MHz
Two dual channel analog outputs
Typ. 0.15 A/W pixel responsivity
Up to 600 raw correlation FPS
(typ. settings : 25 MS/s, Tint = 130 µs)
Typical system background light robustness
according to Table 1
Integrated optical filter
(min.80% transmission in range 800-900nm)
Ambient operating temperature ranges
of
-20
+85°C and -40 +105°C
Wafer level glass BGA package
(Dimensions : 6.6 x 5.5 x 0.6 mm)
AEC-Q100 qualification available!
Description
MLX75023 is a fully integrated optical time-of-flight
(TOF) camera sensor. Potential use cases include
gesture recognition, automotive driver monitoring,
surveillance & people counting, robot vision & more.
The sensor features 320 x 240 (QVGA) time-of-flight
pixels based on DepthSense® pixel technology. This
unique design allows up to 120 klux background light
rejection in typical application conditions. The
sensor features high-speed analog signal outputs
which enable a raw frame rate of up to 600 frames
per second. The sensor offers maximum
compatibility with MLX75123, Melexis’ dedicated
TOF companion chip. Combined with a modulated
light source, a system is capable of measuring
distance and reflectivity at full resolution. The
sensor is available in automotive and industrial
grades, both in a small glass BGA wafer level
package form factor which offers many integration
possibilities.
Figure 1 : MLX75023
Illumination
LED
Laser
Modulation
Frequency
20 MHz
20 MHz
QVGA
Mode
> 40 klux
> 60 klux
QQVGA
Binning Mode
> 120 klux
> 120 klux
Table 1: Typical TOF system background light robustness