AS7262 Consumer Grade Smart 6-Channel VIS Sensor
6-channel visible spectral_ID device with electronic shutter and smart interface
- Integrated interference filters directly deposited on standard CMOS silicon
- 6 spectral channels spaced at 450, 500, 550, 570, 600 and 650 nm
- Integrated microcontroller on chip and low power consumption
- 2 integrated LED drivers
- Selectable interfaces UART or standard I²C
- in-factory calibrated
- Stable filter conditions over temperature and life time
- Detection of spectral fingerprints in visible spectrum
- Signal processing on chip, reduced hardware costs
- Sample illumination without external LED driver
- Easy connecting to mobile devices or external µController
|Sensor Type||6-channel visible interference 430-670nm|
|Application(s)||Color/Content analysis, visible spectrometry|
|I/O||I²C master or UART (mode configurable)|
|Package||20-pin LGA with aperture|
|Size [mm]||4.5 x 4.7 x 2.5|
|Supply Voltage [V]||2.7 to 3.6|
|Temperature Range [°C]||-40 to 85|
The AS7262 is a cost-effective multispectral sensor-on-chip solution designed to address spectral ID applications. This highly integrated device delivers 6-channel multispectral sensing in the visible wavelengths from approximately 430nm to 670nm with full-width half-max (FWHM) of 40nm. An integrated LED driver with programmable current is provided for electronic shutter applications.
The AS7262 integrates Gaussian filters into standard CMOS silicon via nano-optic deposited interference filter technology and is packaged in a LGA package that provides a built in aperture to control the light entering the sensor array. Control and spectral data access is implemented through either the I²C register set, or with a high level AT spectral command set via a serial UART.
This product suits for the following applications:
- Spectral Color Matching and monitoring
- Detection of color mixture effects (e.g. textiles, paints, etc.)
- Authentication and counterfeit detection
- Fluid monitoring and analysis (using reagents)
- ID marker detection
|AS726xDemoKit||Application Board||Demo Kit for AS726x|
|Application Data||Reference Design and Schematic AS726x 1V1||English|
|Software||AS726xx FW_SW update 12V0.0 spectral sensors||English|
|Application Note||AS72xx How to Flash AS72xx Firmware using||English|
|Application Note||AS72xx How to Program AS72xx Firmware with FlashCatUSB 1V24||English|
|Application Note||AS72xx – EEPROM Updating using I2C 1V02||English|
|Application Note||AS726x Design Considerations||English|
|Block Diagram||AS7262 Block Diagram||English|
|Datasheet||Document version 1-01||English|
|Factsheet||AS7262 Spectral_ID a new class of Spectral Sensing Products||English|
|Other Product Document||AS726xDemoKit Image||English|
|Quick Start Guide||AquaSensor Quick Start Guide for Hardware and Software based on AS7261||English|
|Quick Start Guide||miniLiquid Quick Start Guide for Mechanics, Hardware and Software based on ams Color and Spectral Sensors||English|
|User Guide||AS726x-iSPI Evaluation Kit User Guide||English|
|User Guide||AS726x-iSPI Evaluation Kit GUI User Guide||English|
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