A compact camera module installed on a flexible circuit board is called an FPC camera module. It is compact and simple to design and assemble mechanically. Only the sensor and the camera lens are installed, and they are connected to the processor using a flexible printed circuit board (FPC).
The Sensor uses inbuilt A/D to transform the electrical signal it receives from the Lens from light into a digital signal. The signal will be sent to the baseband via a DVP or MIPI interface if the Sensor does not have an inbuilt DSP.
The Global Automotive camera FPC board market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The vehicle “Board to FPC Connector” will be put into full-scale mass manufacturing by Panasonic. Today, Panasonic Corporation announced that it will begin full-scale mass production of a “Board to FPC Connector” in July.
This connector enables the use of fewer components and fewer assembly person-hours for automobiles, as well as opening up space for enhanced design of automotive LED lighting, etc.
Demand for automotive FPCs is anticipated to rise along with increased use in cable connection applications like BMSs as a result of the rising use of DRLs (daylight running lamps) as a result of recent changes in the law governing automotive LED lights in Europe and Japan as well as improved designs for vehicle compartment instrument panels, etc.
The automotive FPC and the board can be connected directly thanks to a connector that Panasonic developed and commercialised. The use of fewer parts and fewer assemblyman-hours is made possible by this connector, which also enables a decrease in vehicle weight and, consequently, in fuel consumption.
Wire harnesses, which were previously required for connection, are no longer required.Due to the connector’s double-clip contact structure’s exceptional vibration resistance, it can be used with automotive applications like BMSs and LED lights.
High reliability is achieved via the connector’s inertial lock construction, which precludes insufficient engagement.There is no need for relay harnesses because to Panasonic’s innovative metal terminal connection structure, which enables direct connection between the FPC and the board. This results in the utilisation of fewer parts and fewer assemblyman-hours.
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