Optimized For OEM-
Fitted In-Car DVR
ON Semiconductor is now
offering a fully AEC-Q100
qualified version of its popular
2.1 MP CMOS image sensor,
AR0237 for the burgeoning OEM-fitted dash cam or before-market
in-car DVR market.
With more insurance
companies offering financial
demand for safety cameras is
increasing. Recognizing this, car
manufacturers are now beginning
to offer dash cams as standard
equipment. The first models to feature
an OEM-fitted dash cam are already on
The AR0237AT is a cost-optimized,
automotive qualified version of the same sensor selected by many manufacturers
producing after-market dash cams, which offers full HD video capture at
1080p/60fps, as well as still image capture. With the application moving into the
before-market category, there is mounting demand from the automotive industry for
a solution that can operate across the full automotive operating temperature range
of -40°C to +105°C and deliver the right performance at the right price point.
For more information, visit www.onsemi.com.
Logging Software Features Robust Database Format
Pico Technology designed
and manufactured its first data
logger, the ADC10, in 1991 with
a simple scope and logging
software package for MS-DOS,
so that users could achieve the
three fundamental purposes
of logging software: set up the
logger, view the graphed data
and save the capture to disk.
These packages later became
known as the PicoScope® and
While not much has changed
with the three fundamental
logging software functions
in 27 years, computing and
technology have moved on
considerably, allowing faster
setup, more advanced ways to
review the capture and almost
unlimited storage capability.
Designed from the ground up to be intuitive from the outset, PicoLog 6 allows
you to set up the logger and start recording with just a few clicks of the mouse,
whatever your level of data logging experience.
For more information, visit www.picotech.com.
The low-light performance of the
AR0237AT is further improved
when it is coupled to a Clarity+™
enabled DVR processor.
PicoLog 6 features virtually unlimited
logging capacity to a PC.