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THine introduces high performance HD video interface solution for industrial, machine vision, surveillance, and automotive applications

2016/12/12THine Electronics  模拟


OEMs can design vision systems with fewer cables and greater distances between camera head and other system elements


SANTA CLARA, CA (December 6 th , 2016) and TOKYO (December 7 th , 2016) – THine Electronics,  Inc.  (Tokyo  Stock  Exchange/JASDAQ:  6769),  a  semiconductor  company focusing  on  high  speed  serial  interfaces,  today  announced  an  AEC-Q100  (Grade  2) compliant single chip solution (THCV241-Q) that integrates the MIPI CSI-2 interface with THine’s well established V-by-One ®  HS product family.

The new THCV241-Q is optimized for advanced camera requirements including:
-  High definition support (e.g., 1080p60, 4K2K)
-  Uncompressed real-time, zero latency video transmission
-  50x increase in maximum transmission distance – from 30cm to 15m
-  360 degree rotation at an affordable price point
-  Lower BOM cost
-  Smaller circuit boards for more compact designs, new product form factors and
higher reliability  

Because  today’s  high  resolution  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.  The THCV241-Q’s outstanding video transmission performance also reduces costs and camera system  size  restrictions.  For  example,  compared  with  Open  LDI  (LVDS)  transmission, THCV241-Q transmission requires only one-fourth as many expensive slip ring cores, for a 75% cost reduction in the internal interfaces of PTZ cameras.  “We are excited to release our MIPI interface products worldwide,” said Kazutaka Nogami, CEO  of  THine.  “By  working  with  hundreds  of  real  world  designs,  we  have  refined  our video  processing  and  networking  technologies.  Combining  MIPI  and  V-by-One ®  HS enables design engineers create affordable, high performance next generation camera and industrial vision designs.”

About THine Electronics
THine Electronics  Incorporated is a fabless maker that provides innovative mixed signal LSI and analog technologies such as V-by-One ®  HS, LVDS, other high-speed data signaling, timing controller, analog-to-digital converter, ISP, power management and drivers for LEDs and motors  in  growing  niche markets  for our customers’ solutions, targeting its strategic markets  in  flat  screen  TVs,  smart  phones,  document  processing,  amusement,  industrial application, and automotive markets. THine is headquartered in Tokyo, and has subsidiaries in  Taipei,  Seoul,  Hong  Kong,  Shenzhen,  and  Shanghai.  THine  Electronics  is  listed  on JASDAQ  of  Tokyo  Stock  Exchange  under  the  security  code  of  6769.    For  more information, please visit
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