Global provider of electronics manufacturing services
Integrated Micro-Electronics, Inc., also known as IMI, was established in 1980 as a joint venture between Ayala Corporation and Resins Inc. and is today one of the leading global providers of electronics manufacturing services (EMS) and power semiconductor assembly and test services (SATS) in the world. As a member of the Ayala Group of Companies, the company plays a significant role in this electronic age.
IMI now ranks 18th in the latest list of top 50 EMS providers in the world as published by Manufacturing Market Insider. The list is based on 2014 EMS-related revenues of companies that participated in the survey.
IMI is capable of addressing specific outsourcing needs, providing flexible and innovative solutions that encompass design, production, test development, and order fulfilment.
IMI’s global presence encompasses operations in 15 manufacturing sites and sales offices.
IMI - Automotive Cameras
IMI’s automotive camera modules are suitable for advanced driver assistance (ADAS) applications. They provide a digital video stream to an electronic control unit (ECU) which processes the data into information that aids in the operation of a motor vehicle.
The cameras are connected to the ECU through a coaxial cable. Power is delivered on the same conductor that is used to transmit video and control data between the ECU and the camera (power over coax or PoC). The lens and electronic components are housed in an enclosure with an integrated FAKRA connector for connection to the ECU wire harness. The camera module has a default configuration that is loaded on power up. The camera module can be reconfigured by the ECU through a bidirectional control channel after the default configuration has been loaded. The default configuration can be altered and stored in non-volatile memory provided for the purpose.
- Suitable for ADAS and mirror replacement application
- Very small size : 20.5x 20.5 x 21.5 mm
- Ultra lightweight (< 10 g excluding lens)
- Adaptable to various types of lenses
- Excellent thermal management performance
- Perfect camera axis alignment.
- Power over coax interface with multiplexed video stream and control channel
- Internal MCU for camera initialization