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TSL261R-LF - 

Light to Voltage Optical Sensor, 2.7 V to 5.5 V, Sidelooker-3

TSL261R-LF - Light to Voltage Optical Sensor, 2.7 V to 5.5 V, Sidelooker-3

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Manufacturer:
AMS AMS
Manufacturer Part No:
TSL261R-LF
Order Code:
1182350
Technical Datasheet:
TSL261R-LF Datasheet
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Product Overview

The TSL261R-LF is an infrared light-to-voltage Optical Sensor combining a photodiode and a trans-impedance amplifier (feedback resistor=8MR) on a single monolithic IC. Output voltage is directly proportional to the light intensity (irradiance) on the photodiode. This device has improved amplifier offset-voltage stability and low power consumption and are supplied in a 3-lead plastic side-looker package with an integral visible light cut-off filter and lens.
  • Converts light intensity to a voltage
  • Single voltage supply operation
  • 10mV Maximum low dark (offset) voltage
  • 1.1mA Typical low supply current

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Signal Processing

Product Information

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Infrared Light-to-Voltage Optical Sensor
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2.7V
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5.5V
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SIP
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3Pins
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0°C
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70°C
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