A lossy raster file format called a Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) file compresses an image to make the file smaller. JPEG images are among the most well-liked and often-used picture formats on the planet. Photographers can shoot in JPEG mode, and other creatives like graphic designers and artists can edit their work there as well.
The JPEG camera module can be connected to a WiFi or PDA host and functions as a video camera or a JPEG-compressed still camera. To take a full-resolution single-frame still image, users can issue a snapshot command from the host. The JPEG engine then compresses the image before sending it to the host.
The Global JPEG Camera module market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A highly integrated serial JPEG Camera module called the Spinel SC50MPA series Camera can be connected to any host system that needs a JPEG-compressed still camera for embedded image applications.
The SC50MPA is a low-cost, low-power camera system that makes use of a 1/4″ CMOS color image sensor and a JPEG compression chip. The module features a built-in serial interface (TTL/RS232/RS485) that may be connected directly to any host microcontroller UART or COM port on a computer.
Only JPEG format photographs can be generated by the SC20MPC camera.
Users can direct the camera to deliver high-resolution (160120 to 25921944) JPEG photographs for storage or viewing using a simple serial interface (VC0706 protocol compatible). For simple testing and microcontroller programming, a PC test tool and example code are offered.
The SC20MPC camera has a built-in lens, a small form factor, and a 4-Pin PH 2.0 socket connector that makes it simple to access the camera’s power and serial data.
The lens holder has a locking screw on the barrel that is used to secure the focus once it has been set, guarding against accidental changes.
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