Arducam Camarray Solutions
Expand a single CSI connector into several to connect and sync more MIPI cameras to your embedded systems like Raspberry Pi, NVIDIA Jetson Nano/Xavier NX, and more.
The 2nd Gen.Arduchip Stereo Camera Solution
Arducam’s breakthrough in simultaneously connecting more than one camera on regular Pi boards started in 2019 – when the Arducam stereo camera HAT is released to connect two cameras and synchronize them at clock level by I2C broadcaeting and oscillator sharing.
The Camarray HAT is the second generation of Arducam multi-camera HAT solution. It adds support for RPi 12MP IMX477 HQ camera, and has stereo-camera and quad-camera HAT variations. It now supports global shutter cameras for machine vision.
Support Raspberry Pi， Jetson Nano/Xavier NX, and more
As long as the camera already works on those popular embedded systems. Arducam Camarray makes multiple of them possible.
V1/V2/HQ on Raspberry Pi
IMX219/IMX477 on Jetson Nano/Xavier NX
OV9281/OV2311 and more possible on request
More Connectors, More Possibilities
Arducam Camarray HAT solution allows you to connect more than one camera to a single MIPI CSI-2 camera interface. If you have more MIPI interface available on your processing board, it can be double, tripled or even quad your camera connectivity.
Documentations like quick start guides and datasheets are available.
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Give and Take
Give – What limits are the reality
The MIPI Lanes and output bandwidth
Limited resolution and framerates with multiple cameras connected via a single CSI connector.
Take -What limits we can break
The number of the physical connectors
You get to view and utilize the video feed from more cameras.