Osram Oslon Piccolo infrared LED
Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and technologies based on infrared light — such as facial recognition, eye tracking and gesture control — are increasingly making their way into the automotive sector. Osram’s Oslon Piccolo is a compact infrared LED (IRED) that packs plenty of power into a small package, making it easy to integrate into complex designs.
Today, drivers can use voice assistants for navigation and control simple functions via gesture control. For example, when navigating to a destination, the vehicle displays a map with the corresponding route. At the edges of the image, different menu items for operating the display are often shown in a standardised way — which in turn takes away space from displaying the map. With the help of gesture recognition, menu items are only shown when the driver moves their hand towards the display, allowing the route to appear full screen.
Due to its compact dimensions of 1.6 x 1.6 mm and a package height of 0.81 mm, the Oslon Piccolo IRED can be installed easily in a small space. With a DC power of 1.15 W at 1 A and fast switching times of 10 ns, the component is suitable as both a constant light source for a camera-based application and for 3D image acquisition with modulated or fast pulsed light. The automotive-qualified component (AEC-Q102) is available in two different wavelengths: 850 and 940 nm.
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