Gen4 HD Sensor - CSD4MHDCD

CSD4MHDCD is an HD event-based vision sensor developed around 4.86um contrast detection pixels.

CSD4MHDCD sensor

Event-based vision sensors feature high-speed/low-latency response, wide dynamic range operation, focal-plane data compression and low power consumption.

A high level of programmability is guaranteed via a four-wire serial peripheral interface. It allows the user to define region of interest and program various functions.

The vision sensor data output is fully digital and consists of 16-wire parallel data bus with an external clock and data valid flag. This interface can easily be connected to an external parallel to LVDS serializer IC.


  • 1280x720 Pixel CMOS vision sensor

  • 4.86-um x 4.86-um event-based pixel

  • <1/2” optical format

  • Monochrome

  • 16-bit parallel data output

  • 1G event/s (1GEPS) peak output

  • Random Programmable Region of Interest (ROI)

  • Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)

  • High Dynamic Range (HDR) beyond 120 dB

  • −40°C to +85°C Operational temperature range

  • 50-70mW typical power consumption

  • <100mW peak power consumption