- active array size: 2592 x 1944
- power supply:
core: 1.5VDC + 5% (internal regulator)
analog: 2.6 ~ 3.0V
I/O: 1.7 ~ 3.0V
- output formats :
(8-bit): YUV(422/420) / YCbCr422,
8-bit compression data,
8/10-bit raw RGB data
- lens size: 1/4″
- input clock frequency: 6 ~ 27 MHz
- shutter: rolling shutter
- maximum image transfer rate:
5 megapixel (2592×1944): 15 fps (and any size scaling down from 5 megapixel)
1080p (1920×1080): 30 fps
720p (1280×720): 60 fps
VGA (640×480): 60 fps
QVGA (320×240): 120 fps
- scan mode: progressive
- pixel size: 1.4 µm x 1.4 µm
- image area: 3673.6 µm x 2738.4 µm
This image is captured at night in the room light with the full resolution (2592×1944).
This image is captured in the room light with the 1080P video output (1920×1080).
The OV5642 camera module has a parallel interface, it can’t be connected to Arduino or Raspberry pi directly. So the user needs to use our Arduino Camera Shield to connect to Arduino boards or use a USB camera shield to connect to Raspberry pi boards. If you want to connect the OV5642 directly to Arduino or Raspberry pi please check Arducam mini 5MP Plus camera module.
USB 3.0 quick development and evaluation board for sensors like OV5642.
ArduCAM Mini 5MP Plus Camera Module Datasheet
ArduCAM Mini 5MP Plus Camera Module Hardware Application Note
ArduCAM Mini 5MP Plus CAD Drawing
ArduCAM Mini 5MP Plus 3D Step Drawing
ArduCAM Shield Software Application Note