Optical Sensors      

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Infrared Sensors (Emitters and Phototransitors)


Optoeletronics integrate optical principles and semi-conductor electronics — the inter-conversion of electricity to light. In electronic systems where feedback and control systems are common, these infrared sensors are often critical.

Liquid & Optical Level Sensors


Fully customizable and designed to meet and exceed harsh environmental demands.

Particle Sensors


Laser-based sensors which use the light scattering method to detect and count particles in the concentration range of 0 μg/m3 to 1,000 μ/gm3 in a given environment.





INFRARED SENSORS:



REFLECTIVE SENSORS:


    HOA1395 Benefits:


    Miniature infrared sensor designed to sense reflective objects at short distances. Infrared emitter and phototransistor are mounted side-by-side with an integral barrier to minimize cross talk.

  1. HOA1395 - Features:
    1. Side-looking plastic package, Phototransistor output,
    2. Infrared emitter and phototransistor detector in a single package,
    3. Low profile for design flexibility, Designed for short-distance detection,
    4. Enhanced sensitivity, Unfocused for sensing diffused surfaces.




  2. HOA0149 Benefits:


    An infrared emitter and phototransistor encased side-by-side on converging optical axes. Phototransistor responds to radiation from an infrared transmitter only when a reflective object passes within its field of view.

  3. HOA0149 - Features:
    1. Phototransistor output, Focused for maximum response,
    2. Low-profile housing, Plastic ABS molded housing.




  4. HOA1180 Benefits:


    Consists of an infrared emitter and phototransistor or photodarlington encased side-by-side on converging axes. Detector responds to radiation from an infrared emitter only when a reflective object passes within its field of view.

  5. HOA1180 - Features:
    1. Choice of phototransistor or photodarlington output, Enhanced sensitivity,
    2. Wide operating temperature -55 °C to 100 °C [-67 °F to 212 °F],
    3. 305 mm [12 in] min. 28 AWG PVC insulated wire leads, Metal can packaged components.




  6. Often reliable, cost-effective performance:


    Often ideal for object presence, motion and limit sensing, position encoding, movement detection, and counting, the Honeywell S&C infrared sensor line consists of reflective and transmissive sensors, detectors, emitters, and encoders.



    Reflective:


    An infrared emitter and phototransistors or photodarlingtons are encased side-by-side. Detector responds to radiation from the infrared emitter when a reflective object passes.



    Transmissive:


    Through a field of view, an infrared emitter and a photosensor are mounted facing each other when an opaque object passes through the slot, interrupting the infrared path, it is detected. These metal or plastic products offer a variety of electro-optical characteristics and package styles.



    Detectors:


    Available in a number of different plastic, metal, and ceramic packages, with a wide variety of electrooptical characteristics. Can sense light over broad spectrum from low visible through near infrared wavelengths. Analog detectors are available in photodiodes, phototransistors, and photodarlingtons. Digital Optoschmitt detectors are also available.



    Emitters:


    Available in a variety of packages to compliment the Honeywell detector family. Available in transfer-molded plastic packages, as well as ceramic surface mount or metal packages in various styles. Two basic chip types are used: GaAs and AlGaAs.



    Encoders:


    Sensing speed and direction or mechanical motion, these PC-mount, plastic products are typically used in conjunction with an encoder disk or linear encoder strip. As the interruptive pattern moves, the sensor provides data for processing.







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Reflective Sensors HLC1395 HOA0149 HOA1180
Package style miniature pc/chassis mount chassis mount
Coupled current (Ic) minimum 0.6 mA 1 mA 0.16 mA
Forward current 10 mA 40 mA 30 mA
Optimum point of response 1,02 mm [0.04 in] 3,80 mm [0.15 in] 12,7 mm [0.5 in]
Mounting configuration pcb mount pcb or 0.085 in dia mounting hole mounting tab
Termination style 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads 28 AWG PVC insulated wire leads





    HOA1397 Benefits:


    An infrared emitter and phototransistor or photodarlington encased side-by-side on parallel axes. Detector responds to radiation from infrared emitter only when a reflective object passes within its field of view. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  1. HOA1397 - Features:
    1. Choice of phototransistor or photodarlington output,
    2. Low profile for design sensitivity,
    3. Unfocused for sensing diffused surfaces, Plastic-molded components.




  2. HOA1405 Benefits:


    An infrared emitter and phototransistor encased side-by-side on converging optical axes. Phototransistor responds to radiation from an infrared emitter only when a reflective object passes within its field of view. Employs an IR transmissive filter to minimize the effects of visible ambient light and to provide a smooth optical face which prevents the accumulation of airborne contaminants in the optical path. Potential applications include presence and motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  3. HOA1405 - Features:
    1. Phototransistor output, Focused for maximum response,
    2. Ambient light and dust protective filter, Plastic-molded components.




  4. HOA2498 Benefits:


    An infrared emitter and phototransistor or photodarlington encased side-by-side on optical axes. Detector responds to radiation from infrared emitter only when a reflective object passes within its field of view. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  5. HOA2498 - Features:
    1. Choice of phototransistor or photodarlington output,
    2. Focused for maximum response,
    3. Wide operating temperature -55 °C to 100 °C [-67 °F to 212 °F],
    4. Metal-can packaged components.





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Reflective Sensors HOA1397 HOA1405 HOA2498
Package style pc mount pc/chassis mount pc/chassis mount
Coupled current 0.7 mA 0.8 mA 0.16 mA
Forward current 20 mA 30 mA 30 mA
Optimum point of response 1,27 mm [0.05 in] 5,08 mm [0.2 in] 12,7 mm [0.5 in]
Mounting configuration pcb mount mounting tab mounting tab
Termination style 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads 0.018 dia leads





    LOW LIGHT REJECTION PHOTOTRANSISTORS:


    SDP8475-201 Benefits:


    Phototransistor with internal base-emitter shunt resistance. Transfer molding of this device provides enhanced optical centerline performance. Lead lengths are staggered to provide a simple method of polarity identification. Provides high contrast ratio in reflective applications where unwanted background reflection is a possibility. Potential applications include those which require ambient light rejection, or in transmissive applications where the interrupter media is semi-transparent to infrared energy.

  1. SDP8475-201 - Features:
    1. T-1 plastic package, Low light level immunity,
    2. 20° (nominal) acceptance angle,
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SEP8505 and SEP8705 infrared emitters.




  2. SDP8476-201 Benefits:


    Phototransistor with internal base-emitter shunt resistance. Transfer molding of this device provides enhanced optical centerline performance. Lead lengths are staggered to provide a simple method of polarity identification. Provides high contrast ratio in reflective applications where unwanted background reflection is a possibility. Potential applications include those which require ambient light rejection, or in transmissive applications where the interrupter media is semi-transparent to infrared energy.

  3. SDP8476-201 - Features:
    1. Side-looking plastic package, Low light level immunity,
    2. 50° (nominal) acceptance angle,
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SEP8506 and SEP8706 infrared emitters.





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Low Light Rejection Phototransistors SDP8475-201 SDP8476-201
Package style T-1 sidelooker
Angular response 20° 50°
Light current (min.) 4 mA 1 mA
Light current (max.) 14 mA 6 mA
Light current slope 4 mA/mW/cm² to 14 mA/mW/cm² 1 mA/mW/cm² to 6 mA/mW/cm²
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole
Termination style 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads





    TRANSMISSIVE SENSORS:


    HOA1877 Benefits:


    An infrared emitter facing a phototransistor or photodarlington. Detector switching takes place whenever an opaque object passes through the slot between emitter and detector.

  1. HOA1877 - Features:
    1. Choice of phototransistor or photodarlington output,
    2. Wide operating temperature -55 °C to 100 °C [-67 °F to 212 °F],
    3. 12,7 mm [0.5 in] high optical axis position,
    4. 9,52 mm [0.375 in] slot width, Metal can packaged components.




  2. HOA0825 Benefits:


    An infrared emitter facing a phototransistor or photodarlington. Slot in the housing between emitter and detector provides the means for mechanically interrupting the emitter beam. Phototransistor switching takes place when an opaque object passes through the slot between emitter and detector.

  3. HOA0825 - Features:
    1. Phototransistor output, Four mounting configurations,
    2. 4,2 mm [0.165 in] slot, Plastic-molded components.




  4. HOA086X Benefits:


    An IR transmissive polysulfone housing features smooth optical faces without external aperture openings (desirable when aperture blockage from airborne contaminants is a possibility).

  5. HOA086X - Features:
    1. Phototransistor output, Often accurate position sensing, Four mounting configurations,
    2. 3,18 mm [0.125 in] slot width, Choice of opaque or IR transmissive housings,
    3. Options include mounting tab configurations, lead spacing, electro-optical characteristics, detector aperture size, and housing materials, Plastic-molded components.




  6. HOA1879 Benefits:


    Infrared emitter facing a phototransistor. Switching takes place whenever an opaque object passes through the slot between emitter and detector. Employs an IR transmissive housing which features smooth optical faces without external aperture openings (desirable when aperture blockage from airborne contaminants is a possibility). Often ideal where maximum position resolution is desired.

  7. HOA1879 - Features:
    1. Phototransistor output, Often accurate position sensing,
    2. Choice of detector aperture, 3,18 mm [0.125 in] slot width,
    3. Dust protective housing, Plastic-molded components.





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Transmissive Sensors HOA1877 HOA0825 HOA086X HOA1879
Sensor aperture 1,52 mm [0.06 in] dia 1,52 mm [0.06 in] dia 1,52 mm x 1,27 mm [0.06 in x 0.05 in] 1,02 mm x 0,25 mm [0.04 in x 0.01 in]
Slot width 9,53 mm [0.375 in] 4,19 mm [0.165 in] 3,18 mm [0.125 in] 3,18 mm [0.125 in]
Rise/fall time (typ.) 15 ns 15 ns 15 ns 15 ns
Coupled current (Ic) min. 0.5 mA 0.5 mA 1 mA 0.5 mA
Collector-emitter breakdown voltage (min.) 30 V 30 V 30 V 30 V
Mounting configuration mounting tabs N, L, T, P mounting options N, L, T, P mounting options mounting tabs
Termination style 0.018 in diameter leads 0.020 sq leads 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads





    HOA1882 Benefits:


    An infrared emitter facing a phototransistor or photodarlington. Detector switching takes place when an opaque object passes through the slot between emitter and detector. Employs an IR transmissive housing which features smooth optical faces without external aperture openings; desirable when aperture blockage from airborne contaminants is a possibility

  1. HOA1882 - Features:
    1. Choice of phototransistor or photodarlington output,
    2. Compact package size, Dust protective housing,
    3. 5,08 mm [0.200 in] slot width, Plasticmolded components.




  2. HOA088X Benefits:


    Thru-shaft configuration allows use in space-constrained applications where there may not be enough room for a shaft/bushing integral to the sensor. May be used in rugged environments where space constraints may be present. Designed to provide protection against dust or moisture ingress. Long rotational life promotes extended life in the application. Potential applications include position and movement detection in construction/agricultural vehicles/equipment, vehicle manual controls, pedals, steering equipment, audio/visual equipment, industrial vehicle attachments machine control joysticks, robotic arms, valve actuators and material handling equipment.

  3. HOA088X - Features:
    1. Phototransistor output, Four mounting configurations, Often accurate position sensing,
    2. 3,18 mm [0.125 in] slot width, 24 in [610 mm] min. 26 AWG UL 1429 leads,
    3. Opaque or IR transmissive housings,
    4. Options of mounting tab configurations, lead spacing, electrooptical characteristics, & detector aperture size.




  4. HOA1870 Benefits:


    An infrared emitter facing a phototransistor or photodarlington. Detector switching takes place whenever an opaque object passes through the slot between emitter and detector. Lead wires provide alternate electrical connection when PC board mounting is not possible. Often ideal for use in potential applications in which maximum position resolution is desired.

  5. HOA1870 - Features:
    1. Choice of phototransistor or photodarlington output, Often accurate position sensing,
    2. 1,78 mm [0.07 in] slot width, 18 in [457 mm] min. 22 AWG UL 1007 wire leads,
    3. Plastic-molded components, Narrow dual 0.006 in wide apertures over emitter and detector provide sharp switch point/high resolution.





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Transmissive Sensors HOA1882 HOA088X HOA1870
Sensor aperture 1,52 mm [0.06 in] dia 1,52 mm x 0,25 mm [0.06 in x 0.01 in] 1,02 mm x 0,15 mm [0.04 in x 0.006 in]
Slot width 5,08 mm [0.20 in] 3,18 mm [1.25 in] 0,78 mm [0.07 in]
Rise/fall time (typ.) 15 ms 15 ns 15 ns
Coupled current (Ic) min. 1.8 mA 0.5 mA 0.3 mA
Collector-emitter breakdown voltage (min.) 30 V 30 V 30 V
Mounting configuration pcb mount N, L, T, P mounting options mounting tab
Termination style 0.020 in sq leads 26 AWG UL 1429 wire leads 22 AWG UL 1007 wire leads





    OPTOSCHMITT DETECTORS:


    SD5600/SD5610 Benefits:


    Single chip Optoschmitt IC detectors mounted in a TO-46 metal-can package. Photodetector consists of a photodiode, amplifier, voltage regulator, Schmitt trigger, and an NPN output transistor with 10 kOhm (nominal) pull up resistor. Output rise and fall times are independent of the rate of change of incident light. Detector sensitivity has been internally temperature compensated. Often suited for operating in hostile environments. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  1. SD5600/SD5610 - Features:
    1. TO-46 metal-can package, 6° (nominal) acceptance angle,
    2. Enhanced noise immunity output, TTL/LSTTL/CMOS compatible,
    3. Buffer (SD5600) or inverting (SD5610) logic available,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE3450/5450, SE3455/5455, and SE3470/5470 infrared emitters.




  2. SD5620/SD5630 Benefits:


    Single chip Optoschmitt IC detectors mounted in a TO-46 metal-can package. Photodetector consists of a photodiode, amplifier, voltage regulator, Schmitt trigger, and an NPN output transistor with 10 kOhm (nominal) pullup resistor. Output rise and fall times are independent of the rate of change of incident light. Detector sensitivity has been internally temperature compensated. Often suited for operating in hostile environments. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  3. SD5620/SD5630 - Features:
    1. TO-46 metal-can package, 6° (nominal) acceptance angle,
    2. TTL/ LSTTL/CMOS compatible, Enhanced noise immunity output,
    3. Buffer (SD5620) or inverting (SD5630) logic available, Two sensitivity ranges,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE3450/5450, SE3455/5455, and SE3470/5470 infrared emitters.





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Optoschmitt Detectors SD5600 SD5610 SD5620 SD5630
Package style TO-46 dome lensed TO-46 dome lensed TO-46 dome lensed TO-46 dome lensed
Package components metal metal metal metal
Angular response 12° 12° 12° 12°
Turn-on threshold irradiance 2.5 mW/cm² max. 2.5 mW/cm² max. 0.25 mW/cm² 0.25 mW/cm²
Output logic buffer inverter buffer inverter
Supply voltage (range) 4.5 Vdc to 16 Vdc 4.5 Vdc to 16 Vdc 4.5 Vdc to 16 Vdc 4.5 Vdc to 16 Vdc
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole through-hole through-hole
Termination style leads leads leads leads





    SDP8600/SDP8610 Benefits:


    Single chip Optoschmitt IC detectors molded in a side-looking black plastic package to minimize the effect of visible ambient light. Photodetector consists of a photodiode, amplifier, voltage regulator, Schmitt trigger, and an NPN output transistor with a 10 kOhm (nominal) pull-up resistor. Output rise and fall times are independent of the rate of change of incident light. Detector sensitivity has been internally temperature compensated. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  1. SDP8600/SDP8610 - Features:
    1. Side-looking plastic package, 55° (nominal) acceptance angle, Wide sensitivity ranges,
    2. TTL/LSTTL/ CMOS compatible, Buffer (SDP8600) or inverting (SDP8610) logic available,
    3. Three different lead spacing arrangements: inline, offset pin circle, and offset center lead,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SEP8506 and SEP8706 infrared emitters.





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Optoschmitt Detectors SDP8600 SDP8610
Package style Side-detecting Side-detecting
Package components plastic plastic
Angular response 50° 50°
Turn-on threshold irradiance 2.5 mW/cm² max. 2.5 mW/cm² max.
Output logic buffer inverter
Supply voltage (range) 4.5 Vdc to 12 Vdc 4.5 Vdc to 12 Vdc
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole
Termination style 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads





    OPTOSCHMITT SENSORS (TRANSMISSIVE):


    HOA096X/HOA097X Benefits:


    Infrared emitter facing an Optoschmitt detector. Detector switching takes place whenever an opaque object passes through the slot between emitter and detector. Photodetector consists of a photodiode, amplifier, voltage regulator, Schmitt trigger, and an NPN output transistor with 10 kOhm (nominal) pull-up resistor. HOA096X series utilizes an IR transmissive polysulfone housing which features smooth optical faces without external aperture openings; desirable when aperture blockage from airborne contaminants is a possibility. The HOA097X series employs an opaque polysulfone housing with aperture openings for use in potential applications where maximum rejection of ambient light is important and in situations in which maximum position resolution is desired. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  1. HOA096X/HOA097X - Features:
    1. Direct TTL interface, Often accurate position sensing,
    2. Four mounting configurations, Buffer or inverting logic available,
    3. Choice of detector aperture, mounting tab configurations, and housing material,
    4. 0.125 in [3.18 mm] slot width, Plastic-molded components.




  2. HOA696X/HOA697X Benefits:


    Infrared emitter facing an Optoschmitt detector. Detector switching takes place whenever an opaque object passes through the slot between emitter and detector. Photodetector consists of a photodiode, amplifier, voltage regulator, Schmitt trigger and various output configurations. HOA696X series utilizes an IR transmissive polysulfone housing which features smooth optical faces without external aperture openings; desirable when aperture blockage from airborne contaminants is a possibility. The HOA697X series employs an opaque polysulfone housing with aperture openings for use in potential applications where maximum rejection of ambient light is important and in situations in which maximum position resolution is desired. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  3. HOA696X/HOA697X - Features:
    1. Direct TTL interface, Buffer or inverting logic available,
    2. Three device output options, Four mounting configurations,
    3. Choice of detector aperture, mounting tab configurations, detector output configuration, and housing material,
    4. 0.125 in [3.18 mm] slot width, Plastic-molded components.




  4. HOA698X/HOA699X Benefits:


    Infrared emitter facing an Optoschmitt detector. Detector switching takes place whenever an opaque object passes through the slot between emitter and detector. Photodetector consists of a photodiode, amplifier, voltage regulator, Schmitt trigger, and various output configurations. HOA698X series utilizes an IR transmissive polysulfone housing which features smooth optical faces without external aperture openings; desirable when aperture blockage from airborne contaminants is a possibility. The HOA699X series employs an opaque polysulfone housing with aperture openings for use in potential applications where maximum rejection of ambient light is important and in situations in which maximum position resolution is desired. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  5. HOA698X/HOA699X - Features:
    1. Direct TTL interface, Buffer or inverting logic available,
    2. Three device output options, Four mounting configurations,
    3. Choice of detector aperture, mounting tab configurations, detector output configuration, and housing material,
    4. 0.125 in [3.18 mm] slot width, 610 mm [24 in] min. 26 AWG UL 1429 wire leads, Plastic-molded components.




  6. HOA7720/7730 Benefits:


    Infrared emitter facing an Optoschmitt detector. Detector switching takes place whenever an opaque object passes through the slot between emitter and detector. Photodetector consists of a photodiode, amplifier, voltage regulator, and Schmitt trigger with two configurations. Totem-pole output is suited for potential applications which require fast transition times. Open collector allows the output of the sensor to interface with circuit elements driven by supply voltages other than the Vcc supply. Narrow aperture is often ideal for use in potential applications in which maximum rejection of ambient light is important, and maximim position resolution is desired. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  7. HOA7720/7730 - Features:
    1. Direct TTL interface, Infrared emitter internally biased,
    2. No interface circuits required, Inverting logic,
    3. Two device output options: totem-pole or open collector,
    4. Enhanced resolution, 3,00 mm [0.118 in] slot width, Plastic-molded components.





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Optoschmitt Sensors HOA096X/ HOA097X HOA696X/ HOA697X HOA698X/ HOA699X HOA7720/ HOA7730
Housing type (material) transmissive/opaque transmissive/opaque transmissive/opaque transmissive
Sensor aperture 1,52 mm x 0,25 mm [0.06 in x 0.01 in];
1,52 mm x 1,27 mm [0.06 in x 0.05 in]
1,52 mm x 0,25 mm [0.06 in x 0.01 in];
1,52 mm x 1,27 mm [0.06 in x 0.05 in]
1,52 mm x 0,25 mm [0.06 in x 0.01 in];
1,52 mm x 1,27 mm [0.06 in x 0.05 in]
1,78 mm x 0,51 mm [0.07 in x 0.02 in];
1,52 mm x 1,27 mm [0.06 in x 0.05 in]
Slot width 3,18 mm [0.125 in] 3,18 mm [0.125 in] 3,18 mm [0.125 in] 3 mm [0.118 in]
Output (type) 10 kOhm pull-up open collector/totem-pole 10 kOhm pull-up open collector/totem-pole 10 kOhm pull-up totem-pole/open collector
Output logic buffer/inverter buffer/inverter buffer/inverter inverter
Supply voltage (range) 4.5 V to 10 V 4.5 V to 7 V 4.5 V to 12 V 4.5 V to 5.5 V
Rise/fall time 60 ns tr/15 ns tf 70 ns tr/70 ns tf 70 ns tr/70 ns tf 70 ns tr/70 ns tf
Propagation delay 5 μs 5 μs 5 μs 5 μs
Mounting configuration N, L, T, P mounting options N, L, T, P mounting options N, L, T, P mounting options mounting tabs
Termination style 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads 26 AWG wire leads integral 3-pin connector





    PHOTODARLINGTONS:


    SD1410(L) Benefits:


    Photodarlington mounted in a glass-lensed metal-can coaxial package. May have a tab or second lead welded to the can as an optional feature. Both leads are flexible and may be formed to fit various mounting configurations. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  1. SD1410(L) - Features:
    1. Compact metal-can coaxial package, 24° (nominal) acceptance angle,
    2. Higher typical output currents, Wide sensitivity ranges,
    3. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE1450 and SE1470 infrared emitters.




  2. SD2410 Benefits:


    Photodarlington mounted in a hermetically sealed glass lensed metalcan package. Directly mounts in doublesided PC boards. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  3. SD2410 - Features:
    1. Miniature, hermetically sealed, pill style, metal-can package,
    2. 48° (nominal) acceptance angle, Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Often ideal for direct mounting to printed circuit boards, Wide sensitivity ranges,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE2460 and SE2470 infrared emitters.




  4. SD3410 Benefits:


    Photodarlington mounted in a TO-46 metal-can package. Flat window can provides a wide acceptance angle. Often ideally suited for operation in hostile environments. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  5. SD3410 - Features:
    1. TO-46 metal-can package, Flat window, 90° acceptance angle option,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Wide sensitivity ranges, Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE3450/5450, SE3455/5455, and SE3470/5470 infrared emitters.





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Photodarlington Detectors SD1410(L) SD2410 SD3410
Package style coaxial, leaded case miniature pill TO-46 flat window
Angular response 24° 48° 90°
Light current minimum 0.6 mA 1 mA 0.6 mA
Dark current 250 nA 250 nA 250 nA
Rise/fall time 75 μs typ. 75 μs typ. 75 μs typ.
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole through-hole
Termination style 0.018 in round leads 0.062 in hole 0.018 in round leads





    SD5410 Benefits:


    Photodarlington mounted in a TO-46 metal-can package. Glass-lensed can provides a narrow acceptance angle. Often ideally suited for operation in hostile environments. Applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  1. SD5410 - Features:
    1. TO-46 metal-can package, Flat window, 12° acceptance angle,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Wide sensitivity ranges, Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE3450/5450, SE3455/5455, and SE3470/5470 infrared emitters.




  2. SDP8105 Benefits:


    Photodarlington transfer molded in a T-1 package to minimize effect of visible ambient light. Transfer molding of this device provides enhanced optical centerline performance. Lead lengths are staggered to provide a simple method of polarity identification. Potential applications include presence and motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  3. SDP8105 - Features:
    1. T-1 plastic package, 20° (nominal) acceptance angle,
    2. Consistent optical properties,
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SEP8505 and SEP8705 infrared emitters.




  4. SDP8106 Benefits:


    Photodarlington molded in a side-looking black plastic package to minimize effect of visible ambient light. Chip is positioned to accept radiation through a plastic lens from the side of the package. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  5. SDP8106 - Features:
    1. Side-looking plastic package, 50° (nominal) acceptance angle,
    2. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SEP8506 and SEP8706 infrared emitters.





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Photodarlington Detectors SD5410 SDP8105 SDP8106
Package style TO-46 dome lensed T1 side-detecting
Angular response 12° 50° 50°
Light current minimum 2 mA 0.5 mA 1 mA
Dark current 250 nA 250 nA 250 nA
Rise/fall time 75 μs typ. 75 μs typ. 75 μs typ.
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole through-hole
Termination style 0.018 in round leads 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads





    PHOTODIODE DETECTORS:


    SD2420 Benefits:


    Photodiode mounted in a hermetically sealed, glass-lensed, metal can package. Directly mounts in double sided PC boards. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  1. SD2420 - Features:
    1. Miniature, hermetically sealed, pill-style, metal-can package,
    2. 48° (nominal) acceptance angle, Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Often ideal for direct mounting to printed circuit boards,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE2460 and SE2470 infrared emitters.




  2. SD5421 Benefits:


    Photodiode mounted in a TO-46 metal-can package. Employs glass-lensed cans to provide a narrow acceptance angle. Often ideally suited for operation in hostile environments. Potential applications include presence and motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  3. SD5421 - Features:
    1. TO-46 metal-can package, Dome lensed package,
    2. 18° (nominal) acceptance angle option,Enhanced response time,
    3. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE3450/5450, SE3455/5455, and SE3470/5470 infrared emitters.




  4. SDP8276 Benefits:


    Photodiode, transfer molded in a side-looking black plastic package to minimize the effects of visible ambient light. Positioned to accept radiant energy through a lens on the side of the package. Often ideal for battery-powered systems or anywhere power is at a premium. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  5. SDP8276 - Features:
    1. Side-looking plastic package, Linear response, Enhanced response time,
    2. Internal visible light rejection filter, 50° (nominal) acceptance angle,
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SEP8506 and SEP8706 infrared emitters.





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Photodiode Detectors SD2420 SD5421 SDP8276
Package style miniature pill TO-46, dome lensed side-detecting
Angular response 48° 18° 50°
Light current minimum 7 μA 40 μA 4 μA
Reverse breakdown voltage 50 V 75 V 50 V
Rise/fall time 50 ns 15 ns 50 ns
Dark current 20 nA max. 20 nA max. 50 nA max.
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole through-hole
Termination style 0.062 in hole 0.018 in round leads 0.020 sq leads





    SD1420(L) Benefits:


    May have a tab or second lead welded to the can as an optional feature. Leads are flexible to fit various mounting configurations. Potential applications include presence sensing, motion sensing, position encoding, limit sensing, movement detection, and counting.

  1. SD1420(L) - Features:
    1. Compact metal-can coaxial package, 24° (nominal) beam angle,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SD1420 photodiode, SD1440 phototransistor, and SD1410 photodarlington.




  2. SMD2420 Benefits:


    Lens minimizes cross-talk and often eliminates the need for apertures in non-critical applications. May be mounted on the printed circuit board, lens up or inverted, allowing flexibility in layouts for multiple channel and custom arrays. Often useful in potential applications requiring linear response or high switching speed. Potential applications include optical encoders for motion control, computer peripherals, vending and point-of-sale applications, smoke detectors, and medical equipment.

  3. SMD2420 - Features:
    1. Small ceramic packages, Glass-lensed optics for efficient optical coupling,
    2. Upright or inverted mounting capability, Low profile, small size for flexible layout of multiple channels and custom arrays,
    3. Compatible with automated solder processes, Choice of photodiode or phototransistor detectors,
    4. Infrared emitter features high power dissipation capability, Tape and reel packaging option (pick/place machine compatible).





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Photodiode Detectors SD1420(L) SMD2420
Package style coaxial, leaded case surface mount, glass lens
Angular response 24° 28°
Light current minimum 5 μA 6 μA
Reverse breakdown voltage 50 V 50 V
Rise/fall time 5 nA max. 5 nA max.
Mounting configuration through-hole SMT
Termination style 0.018 in round leads SMT





EMITTERS (METAL PACKAGE):


    SE1450(L) Benefits:


    Infrared emitter mounted in a glass-lensed, metal-can coaxial package. May have a tab or second lead welded to the can as an optional feature. Leads are flexible and may be formed as required to fit various mounting configurations.

  1. SE1450(L) - Features:
    1. Compact, metal-can coaxial package, 24° (nominal) beam angle,
    2. 935 nm wavelength, Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SD1420 photodiode, SD1440 phototransistor, and SD1410 photodarlington.




  2. SE1470(L) Benefits:


    High intensity infrared emitter mounted in a glass-lensed metal-can coaxial package. May have a tab or second lead welded to the can as an optional feature. Leads are flexible to fit various mounting configurations. Exhibits 70 % greater power intensity than GaAs devices at the same forward current.

  3. SE1470(L) - Features:
    1. Compact metal-can coaxial package, 24° (nominal) beam angle 880 nm wavelength,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SD1420 photodiode, SD1440 phototransistor, and SD1410 photodarlington.




  4. SE2460 Benefits:


    Photodiode mounted in a hermetically sealed, glass-lensed, metal can package. Directly mounts in double sided PC boards.

  5. SE2460 - Features:
    1. Miniature, hermetically sealed, pill-style, metal-can package,
    2. 48° (nominal) acceptance angle, Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Often ideal for direct mounting to printed circuit boards, Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE2460 and SE2470 infrared emitters.




  6. SE2470 Benefits:


    High intensity infrared emitter mounted in a hermetically sealed, glasslensed, metal-can package. Directly mounts in double-sided PC boards. Exhibits 70% greater power intensity than GaAs devices at the same forward current.

  7. SE2470 - Features:
    1. Miniature, hermetically sealed, pill style, metal-can package, 18° (nominal) beam angle,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Often ideal for direct mounting to printed circuit boards, 880 nm wavelength,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SD2420 photodiode, SD2440 phototransistor, and SD2410 photodarlington.





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Emitters - Metal Package SE1450(L) SE1470(L) SE2460 SE2470
Type GaAs AIGaAs GaAs AIGaAs
Package style coaxial, lead case coaxial, lead case miniature pill miniature pill
Beam angle 24° 24° 18° 18°
Power output 0.7 mW min. 1.1 mW/cm² to 4.5 mW/cm² 1 mW min. 6 mW/sr min.
Output wavelength 935 nm 880 nm 935 nm 880 nm
Spectral bandwidth 50 nm 80 nm 50 nm 80 nm
Forward voltage 1.6 V 1.8 V 1.6 V 1.8 V
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole through-hole through-hole
Termination style 0.018 in round leads 0.018 in round leads 0.062 in hole 0.062 in hole





    SE3455 Benefits:


    Infrared emitter mounted in a TO-46 metal-can package. Flat window-can provides a wide beam angle. Constructed with dual bond wires suitable for pulsed current applications. Offers high power dissipation capability. Often suited for operation in hostile environments.

  1. SE3455 - Features:
    1. TO-46 metal-can package, Flat window, 90° beam angle, 935 nm wavelength,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F], Often ideal for high pulsed current applications,
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SD3421/5421 photodiode, SD3443/5443/5491 phototransistor, SD3410/5410 photodarlington, and SD5600 series Schmitt trigger.




  2. SE3470 Benefits:


    Infrared emitter mounted in a TO-46 metal-can package. Glass-lensed cans provide a narrow beam angle. Exhibits 70% greater power output than GaAs devices at the same forward current. Offers high power dissipation capability and are often ideally suited for operation in hostile environments.

  3. SE3470 - Features:
    1. TO-46 metal-can package, Flat window, 90° beam angle option, 880 nm wavelength,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F,],
    3. Often ideal for high pulsed current applications,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SD3421/5421 photodiode, SD3443/5443/5491 phototransistor, SD3410/5410 photodarlington, and SD5600 series Schmitt trigger.




  4. SE5455 Benefits:


    Infrared emitter mounted in a TO-46 metal-can package. Glass-lensed can provides a narrow beam angle. Constructed with dual bond wires suitable for pulsed current applications. Offers high power dissipation capability. Often suited for operation in hostile environments.

  5. SE5455 - Features:
    1. TO-46 metal-can package, Domed lens, 20° beam angle, 935 nm wavelength,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Often ideal for high pulsed current applications,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SD3421/5421 photodiode, SD3443/5443/5491 phototransistor, SD3410/5410 photodarlington, and SD5600 series Schmitt trigger.




  6. SE5470 Benefits:


    Infrared emitter mounted in a TO-46 metal-can package. Glass-lensed can provides a narrow beam angle. Exhibits 70% greater power output than GaAs devices at the same forward current. Offers high power dissipation capability and are often ideally suited for operation in hostile environments.

  7. SE5470 - Features:
    1. TO-46 metal-can package, Domed lens, 20° beam angle, 880 nm wavelength,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Often ideal for high pulsed current applications,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SD3421/5421 photodiode, SD3443/5443/5491 phototransistor, SD3410/5410 photodarlington, and SD5600 series Schmitt trigger.





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Emitters - Metal Package SE3455 SE3470 SE5455 SE5470
Type GaAs AIGaAs GaAs AIGaAs
Package style TO-46 flat window TO-46 flat window TO-46 dome lensed TO-46 dome lensed
Beam angle 90° 90° 20° 20°
Power output 5.4 mW min. 10.5 mW min. 4.8 mW min. 2.6 mW/cm² min.
Output wavelength 935 nm 880 nm 935 nm 880 nm
Spectral bandwidth 50 nm 80 nm 50 nm 80 nm
Forward voltage 1.7 V 1.9 V 1.7 V 1.9 V
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole through-hole through-hole
Termination style 0.018 in round leads 0.018 in round leads 0.018 in round leads 0.018 in round leads





    EMITTERS (PLASTIC AND CERAMIC PACKAGE):


    SEP8505 Benefits:


    Infrared emitter transfer molded in a T-1 red plastic package. Transfer molding of this device provides enhanced optical centerline performance compared to other molding processes. Lead lengths are staggered to provide a simple method of polarity identification.

  1. SEP8505 - Features:
    1. T-1 package, 15° (nominal) beam angle, 935 nm wavelength,
    2. Consistent on-axis optical properties,
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SDP8405 phototransistor and SDP8105 photodarlington.




  2. SEP8506 Benefits:


    Infrared emitter molded in a side-emitting red plastic package. Chip positioned to emit radiation through a plastic lens from the side of the package.

  3. SEP8506 - Features:
    1. Side-emitting plastic package, 50° (nominal) beam angle, 935 nm wavelength,
    2. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SDP8406 phototransistor, SDP8106 photodarlington, and SDP8000/8600 series Schmitt trigger.




  4. SEP8705 Benefits:


    Infrared emitter transfer molded in a T-1 smoke gray plastic package. Transfer molding of this device assures superior optical centerline performance compared to other molding processes. Exhibit 70% greater power intensity compared to GaAs devices at the same forward current. Lead lengths are staggered to provide a simple method of polarity identification.

  5. SEP8705 - Features:
    1. T-1 package, 15° (nominal) beam angle, 880 nm wavelength, Consistent optical properties,
    2. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SDP8405 phototransistor and SDP8105 photodarlington.





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Emitters - Plastic and Ceramic Package SEP8505 SEP8506 SEP8705
Type GaAs GaAs AlGaAs
Package style T1 side emitting T1
Beam angle 15° 50° 15°
Power output 2 mW/cm² to 4 mW/cm² 0.33 mW/cm² to 0.52 mW/cm² 2.7 mW/cm² to 7.8 mW/cm²
Output wavelength 935 nm 935 nm 880 nm
Spectral bandwidth 50 nm 50 nm 80 nm
Forward voltage 1.5 V 1.5 V 1.7 V
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole through-hole
Termination style 0.018 in round leads 0.018 in round leads 0.020 in sq leads





    SEP8706 Benefits:


    Infrared emitter molded in a side-emitting, smoke-gray plastic package. Chip positioned to emit radiation through a plastic lens from the side of the package. Exhibits 70 % greater power intensity than GaAs devices at the same forward current.

  1. SEP8706 - Features:
    1. Side-looking plastic package, 50° (nominal) beam angle, 880 nm wavelength,
    2. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SDP8406 phototransistor, SDP8106 photodarlington, and SDP8000/8600 series Schmitt trigger.




  2. SEP8736 Benefits:


    Infrared emitter molded in a side-emitting smoke-gray plastic package. Body and integral lens design combines the mounting advantage of a side-emitting package with the narrow emission pattern of a T-1 style device. Designed for potential applications which require longer coupling distances than standard side-emitting devices can provide, such as touch screens. Infrared emitters are often well suited to potential applications in which adjacent channel crosstalk could be a problem.

  3. SEP8736 - Features:
    1. Side-emitting, tight-beam sidelooker in a plastic package, 10° (nominal) beam angle,
    2. 880 nm wavelength, Enhanced coupling distance,
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SDP8436 phototransistor.




  4. SME2470 Benefits:


    Lens minimizes cross-talk and often eliminates the need for apertures in non-critical applications. Low profile components may be mounted on the printed circuit board, lens up or inverted, allowing flexibility in layouts for multiple channel and custom arrays. High intensity infrared emitter can be used with either the SMD2440 phototransistor or the SMD2420 photodiode. Small size and high power dissipation properties of the infrared emitter promote PC board miniaturization and high density placement. Potential applications include optical encoders for motion control, computer peripherals, vending and point-of-sale applications, smoke detectors, and medical equipment.

  5. SME2470 - Features:
    1. Small ceramic package, Glass-lensed optics for efficient optical coupling,
    2. Upright or inverted mounting capability, Low profile, small size for flexible layout of multiple channels and custom arrays,
    3. Compatible with automated solder processes, Choice of photodiode or phototransistor detectors,
    4. Infrared emitter features high power dissipation capability, Tape and reel packaging option (pick and place machine compatible).





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Emitters - Plastic and Ceramic Package SEP8706 SEP8736 SME2470
Type AIGaAs AIGaAs AIGaAs
Package style side emitting tight beam side looker surface mount, glass lens
Beam angle 50° 10° 24°
Power output 0.45 mW/cm² to 0.9 mW/cm² 1.2 mW/cm² to 3 mW/cm² 0.6 mW/cm² min.
Output wavelength 880 nm 880 nm 880 nm
Spectral bandwidth 80 nm 80 nm 80 nm
Forward voltage 1.7 V 1.7 V 1.5 V
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole SMT
Termination style 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads SMT





PHOTOTRANSISTORS - METAL PACKAGE:


    SD1440(L) Benefits:


    Phototransistor mounted in a glass-lensed, metal-can coaxial package. May have a tab or second lead welded to the can as an optional feature. Both leads are flexible and may be formed to fit various mounting configurations.

  1. SD1440(L) - Features:
    1. Compact, metal-can coaxial package, 24° (nominal) acceptance angle,
    2. Wide sensitivity ranges, Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE1450 and SE1470 infrared emitters.




  2. SD2440 Benefits:


    Phototransistor mounted in a hermetically sealed glass- lensed metalcan package.

  3. SD2440 - Features:
    1. Miniature, hermetically sealed, pill-style, metal-can package,
    2. 48° (nominal) acceptance angle, Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Often ideal for direct mounting to double sided printed circuit boards,
    4. Wide sensitivity ranges, Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE2460 and SE2470 infrared emitters.




  4. SD3443 Benefits:


    Phototransistor. Flat window provides wide acceptance angle. Often ideally suited for operation in hostile environments.

  5. SD3443 - Features:
    1. TO-46 metal-can package, Flat window, 90° acceptance angle option,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. External base connection for added control, Enhanced sensitivity,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE3450/5450, SE3455/5455, and SE3470/5470 infrared emitters.





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Phototransistors - Metal Package SD1440(L) SD2440 SD3443
Package style coaxial, leaded case miniature, pill TO-46 flat window
Angular response 24° 48° 90°
Light current minimum 3 mA 7 mA 2 mA
Peak response 880 nm 880 nm 880 nm
Rise/fall time 15 µs typ. 15 µs typ. 15 µs typ.
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole through-hole
Termination style 0.018 in round leads 0.062 hole 0.018 in round leads





    SD5443 Benefits:


    Phototransistor. Glass-lensed can provides a narrow acceptance angle. Often ideally suited for operation in hostile environments.

  1. SD5443 - Features:
    1. TO-46 metal-can package, Lensed package, 18° (nominal) acceptance angle option,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. External base connection for added control, Enhanced sensitivity,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE3450/5450, SE3455/5455, and SE3470/5470 infrared emitters.




  2. SD5491 Benefits:


    Phototransistor. Biconvex lens provides high optical sensitivity with a narrow acceptance angle to enable maximum radiation coupling. Often offers protection against harsh environments, as well as enhanced thermal characteristics.

  3. SD5491 - Features:
    1. TO-18 metal-can package, 12° (nominal) acceptance angle,
    2. Wide operating temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F],
    3. Enhanced response time, Wide sensitivity ranges,
    4. External base connection for added control,
    5. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SE3450/5450, SE3455/5455, and SE3470/5470 infrared emitters.





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Phototransistors - Metal Package SD5443 SD5491
Package style TO-46 dome lensed TO-18 dome lensed
Angular response 18° 12°
Light current minimum 8 mA 2 mA
Peak response 880 nm 880 nm
Rise/fall time 15 µs typ. 2 µs typ.
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole
Termination style 0.018 in round leads 0.018 in round leads





PHOTOTRANSISTORS - PLASTIC AND CERAMIC PACKAGE:


    SDP8405 Benefits:


    Phototransistor. Transfer molding provides enhanced optical centerline performance compared to other molding processes. Lead lengths are staggered to provide a simple method of polarity identification.

  1. SDP8405 - Features:
    1. T-1 plastic package, 20° (nominal) acceptance angle,
    2. Consistent optical properties, Wide sensitivity ranges,
    3. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SEP8505 and SEP8705 infrared emitters.




  2. SDP8406 Benefits:


    Phototransistor molded in a side-looking clear plastic package. Chip positioned to accept radiation through a plastic lens from the side of the package.

  3. SDP8406 - Features:
    1. Side-looking plastic package, 50° (nominal) acceptance angle, Wide sensitivity ranges,
    2. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SEP8506 and SEP8706 infrared emitters.




  4. SDP8436 Benefits:


    Phototransistor molded in a black plastic package which combines the mounting advantages of a side-looking package with the narrow acceptance angle and high optical gain of a T-1 package. Designed for potential applications with longer coupling distances than standard side-looking devices, such as touch screens. Often suited to potential applications in which adjacent channel cross-talk could be a problem. Package is highly transmissive to the IR source energy while effectively shielding against visible ambient light.

  5. SDP8436 - Features:
    1. Side-detecting, tight-beam sidelooker in a plastic package,
    2. 18° (nominal) acceptance angle, Enhanced coupling distance,
    3. Internal visible light rejection filter, Low profile for design flexibility,
    4. Wide sensitivity ranges, Mechanically matched to SEP8736 infrared emitters.




  6. SMD2440 Benefits:


    Lens minimizes cross-talk and often eliminates the need for apertures in non-critical applications. Low profile components may be mounted on the printed circuit board, lens up or inverted, allowing flexibility in layouts for multiple channel and custom arrays. Phototransistor’s gain characteristics often make it useful for potential applications requiring high responsivity. Potential applications include optical encoders for motion control, computer peripherals, vending and point-of-sale applications, smoke detectors, and medical equipment.

  7. SMD2440 - Features:
    1. Small ceramic package size, Glass-lensed optics for efficient optical coupling,
    2. Upright or inverted mounting capability, Low profile, small size for flexible layout of multiple channels and custom arrays,
    3. Compatible with automated solder processes, Choice of photodiode or phototransistor detectors,
    4. Infrared emitter features high power dissipation capability, Tape and reel packaging option (pick and place machine compatible).





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Phototransistors - Plastic and Ceramic Package SDP8405 SDP8406 SDP8436 SMD2440
Package style T1 side detecting tight beam sidelooker ceramic surface mount, glass lens
Angular response 20° 50° 18° 28°
Light current minimum 12 mA 1.8 mA 7 mA 1.5 mA
Peak response 880 nm 880 nm 880 nm 880 nm
Rise/fall time 15 µs typ. 15 µs typ. 15 µs typ. 15 µs typ.
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole through-hole SMT
Termination style 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads SMT





    ENCODER DETECTORS:


    HLC2701 Benefits:


    Monolithic IC, consisting of two narrow adjacent photodiodes, amplifiers, and Schmitt trigger output stages. Outputs are NPN collectors with internal 10 kOhm (nominal) pull-up resistors to Vcc which can directly drive TTL loads. Circuitry compensates the sensitivity for the output power versus temperature characteristics of an infrared emitter. IC is encapsulated in a molded, unlensed black plastic package which is transmissive to IR energy, yet provides shielding from visible light. Often suited for the encoding function in an optical mouse. Potential applications include rotary and linear encoders.

  1. HLC2701 - Features:
    1. Side-looking plastic package, TTL/LSTTL/CMOS compatible,
    2. Senses speed and direction of mechanical motion, Inverting logic output,
    3. Linear or rotary encoder applications, Resolution to 0,229 mm [0.009 in],
    4. Sensitivity versus temperature compensation, Mechanically and spectrally matched to SEP8506 and SEP8706 infrared emitters.




  2. HLC2705 Benefits:


    Monolithic IC, consisting of two narrow adjacent photodiodes, amplifier stages, and quadrature logic which provides two outputs: one fixed duration and a direction output. Sensitivity compensation circuity for the output power versus temperature characteristic of an infrared emitter. IC is encapsulated in a molded, unlensed black plastic package which is transmissive to IR energy, yet provides shielding from visible light. Direction output is a totempole configuration. Often suited for the encoding function in an optical mouse. Potential applications include rotary and linear encoders.

  3. HLC2705 - Features:
    1. Side-looking plastic package, Senses speed and direction of mechanical motion,
    2. TTL/LSTTL/CMOS compatible, On-chip quadrature logic which provides tach and direction outputs,
    3. Linear or rotary encoder applications, Resolution to 0,457 mm [0.018 in],Sensitivity versus temperature compensation,
    4. Mechanically and spectrally matched to SEP8506 and SEP8706 infrared emitters.





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Encoder Detectors HLC2701 HLC2705
Type side-looking side-looking
Output option speed/direction (A-B output) speed/direction (tach output)
Resolution 0,03 mm [0.009 in] 0,46 mm [0.018 in]
Package style (plastic) pc mount pc mount
Tach pulse width 3 ms to 20 µs
Tach pulse level, active 0.4 V
Output rise/fall time 100 ns
Supply voltage 4.5 V to 5.5 V 4.5 V to 5.5 V
Mounting configuration through-hole through-hole
Termination style 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads





    TRANSMISSIVE ENCODERS:


    HOA0901 Benefits:


    Detector generates two output signals which can be processed to provide speed and direction information. Monolithic IC which consists of two narrow adjacent photodiodes, amplifiers, and Schmitt trigger output stages. Outputs are NPN collectors with internal 10 kOhm (nominal) pull-up resistors to Vcc which are capable of directly driving TTL loads. Incorporates circuitry to compensate the sensitivity for the output power vs. temperature characteristic of the infrared emitter. Used with an interrupter strip or disk (code wheel) to encode the rate and direction of mechanical motion. Potential applications include linear and rotary encoders; it is often suited for the encoding function in an optical mouse.

  1. HOA0901 - Features:
    1. Dual channel IC detector and infrared emitter encased in black thermoplastic housing,
    2. Direct TTL interface, Inverting logic output, Resolution to 0,229 mm [0.009 in], Internal temperature compensation,
    3. 3,2 mm [0.126 in] slot width, Two mounting configurations and housing styles available.




  2. HOA0902 Benefits:


    Monolithic IC which consists of two narrow adjacent photodiodes, amplifiers stages, and quadrature logic circuitry which provides two outputs: a fixed-duration and a direction output. Tachometer output is an NPN collector which is internally connected to Vcc through a 10 kOhm (nominal) resistor; the direction output is a totem-pole configuration. Incorporates circuitry to compensate the sensitivity for the output power vs. temperature characteristic of the infrared emitter. Used with an interrupter strip or disk (code wheel) to encode the rate and direction of mechanical motion. Potential applications include linear and rotary encoders; it is often suited for the encoding function in an optical mouse.

  3. HOA0902 - Features:
    1. Dual channel IC and infrared emitter encased in black thermoplastic housing,
    2. Direct TTL interface, Resolution to 0.457 mm [0.018 in],
    3. Internal temperature compensation, 3.2 mm [0.126 in] slot width, Two mounting configurations.





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Transmissive Encoders HOA0901 HOA0902
Type sensor sensor
Output option speed/direction (A-B output) speed/direction (tach output)
Resolution 0,03 mm [0.009 in] 0,46 mm [0.018 in]
Package style (transmissive) pc mount pc mount
Tach pulse width 3 µs to 20 µs
Tach pulse level, active 0.4 V
Output rise/fall time 100 ns
Infrared emitter trigger current <15 mA <15 mA
Supply voltage 4.5 V to 5.5 V 4.5 V to 5.5 V
Mounting configuration dual mounting tabs (-012 or no tab pcb mount) (-011) dual mounting tabs (-012 or no tab pcb mount) (-011)
Termination style 0.020 in sq leads 0.020 in sq leads





    LIQUID LEVEL SENSORS:


    LLN Series Benefits:


    Principle of total internal reflection creates fast, reliable, cost effective solid-state sensor. Optoschmitt trigger provides digital output indicating presence or absence of liquid. Stainless steel housing for extended life and easy cleaning. Quick-connect, industry standard cable assembly for easy installation. Meets IP67 for use in harsh industrial environments with extremes in temperature, pressure, vibration, and shock such as food and beverage processing, machine tools, industrial compressors, and vending machines. Polysulphone sensor dome often suitable for potential hygiene applications.

  1. LLN Series - Features:
    1. Solid-state reliability, no moving parts, 200 mA sinking output is TTL compatible,
    2. Sinking output, Fast response, Polysulphone sensor dome,
    3. Stainless steel, high pressure housing, IP67, Reverse polarity and overvoltage protection.




  2. LLE Series Benefits:


    Phototransistor trigger provides digital output indicating presence or absence of liquid. Internal or external mounting options for application flexibility. Miniature size for potential use in home appliances, food and beverage processing, compressors, and vending machines. Polysulphone housing often suitable for potential hygiene applications.

  3. LLE Series - Features:
    1. Miniature size, Solid-state reliability, no moving parts, Sinking output,
    2. Microprocessor compatible, Very large choice of sensing media,
    3. Cost effective, Fast response, Polysulphone housing,
    4. Reverse polarity and overvoltage protection, Short circuit and transient protection.




  4. Custom solutions Rugged performance:


    An Optoschmitt trigger provides a digital output indicating the presence or absence of a liquid.

    Honeywell SIoT offers two series of liquid level sensors. The metal-housed LLN Series is designed for use in high temperature industrial and military applications with extremes in temperature, pressure, vibration, and shock. The LLE Series offers a variety of miniature housings in both plastic and metal for commercial use in home appliances, food and beverage, and vending machines.







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Liquid Level Sensors LLN Series LLE Series
Housing material stainless steel polysulphone, nickel-plated brass, stainless steel
Sensing tip polysulphone polysulphone
Supply voltage range 10 Vdc to 40 Vdc 5 Vdc to 12 Vdc
Supply current 60 mA max. 5 mA
Output normally open or normally closed in air 200 mA max. (sink) normally open in air 40 mA max. (sink)
Termination 3-pin Lumberg/Brad Harrison-type connector lead wires; UL1429-26 AWG, wire length 250 mm [9.84 in]
Operating pressure 25 bar [350 psi] plastic: 5 bar [70 psi]; metal: 25 bar [350 psi]
Seal washer fluorocarbon nitrile rubber, vamac rubber
Mounting thread 3/8 in BSP plastic: M12 x 1 or push-in; metal: 1/2 in BTSP
Operating temperature range -40°C to 125°C [-40°F to 257°F] -40°C to 125°C [-40°F to 257°F] (inclusive)




    PARTICLE SENSOR:



    DESCRIPTION:


    The Honeywell HPM Series Particle Sensor is a laser-based sensor which uses the light scattering method to detect and count particles in the concentration range of 0 µg/m3 to 1,000 µg/m3 in a given environment. A laser light source illuminates a particle as it is pulled through the detection chamber. As particles pass through the laser beam, the light source becomes obscured and is recorded on the photo or light detector. The light is then analyzed and converted to an electrical signal providing particulate size and quantity to calculate concentrations in real time. The Honeywell particle sensor provides information on the particle concentration for given particle concentration range.



  1. VALUE TO CUSTOMERS:
    1. Enables the ability to more accurately and cost-effectively monitor or control environmental particulate contaminates,
    2. Industry-leading long life of 20,000 hours of continuous use essentially equates to seven years of product life (based on eight hours of operation per day),
    3. Proven EMC performance enables the ability to perform more accurately in a variety of tough industrial environments,
    4. Enhanced reliability allows for use in harsh environments.




  2. DIFFERENTIATION:
    1. Industry-leading long life of 20,000 hours provides stable operation and continuous use,
    2. Proven EMC performance, based on IEC61000 stable operation, ±15% accuracy.




  3. FEATURES:
    1. Laser-based light scattering particle sensing,
    2. Concentration range: 0 μg/m3 to 1,000 μg/m3,
    3. Fully calibrated,
    4. EMC: Heavy industrial level IEC61000,
    5. Response time: <6 s,
    6. Supply current: 80 mA max,
    7. Output signal: UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver/ Transmitter),
    8. PM2.5 output (PM10 output optional with additional programming),
    9. RoHS compliant,
    10. REACH compliant.




  4. POTENTIAL INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS:
    1. HVAC:
      1. Air conditioners
      2. Air quality monitors
      3. Environmental monitoring
    2. Consumer products:
      1. Air cleaners
      2. Air conditioners
      3. Air purifiers
      4. Car air cleaners
      5. Handheld air quality detectors








HPM Series:


Specifications:



Characteristic Parameter
Operating principle laser scattering
Detection¹ PM2.5 or PM10
Output data¹ PM2.5 in µg/m³ (PM10 in µg/m³ with additional programming)
Concentration range 0 µg/m³ to 1,000 µg/m³
Accuracy (at 25°C ±5°C): 0 µg/m³ to 100 µg/m³ 100 µg/m³ to 1000 µg/m³ ±15 µg/m³ ±15 %
Response time 6 s
Supply voltage 5 V ±0.2V
Standby current (at 25°C ±5°C) <20 mA
Supply current (at 25°C ±5°C) <80 mA
Temperature: operating storage -10°C to 50°C [-14°F to 122°F]
-30°C to 65°C [-22°F to 149°F]
Humidity (operating and storage) 0 %RH to 95%RH non-condensing
Output protocol² UART; baud rate: 9600, databits: 8, stopbits: 1, parity: no
Operating time: continuous mode intermittent mode 20,000 hr depends on duty cycle
ESD ±4 kV contact, ±8 kV air per IEC 61000-4-2
Radiated immunity 1 V/m (80 MHz to 1000 MHz) per IEC 61000-4-3
Fast transient burst ±0.5 kV per IEC61000-4-4
Immunity to conducted disturbances radiated emissions 3 V per IEC61000-4-6
Radiated emissions 40 dB 30 MHz to 230 MHz; 47 dB 230 MHz to 1000 MHz per CISPR 14
Conducted emissions 0.15 MHz to 30 MHz in compliance with CISPR 14





HPM Series Operation:


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Mounting Dimensions (mm/[in] For reference only.):


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Connector Pinout:



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Pin Name Description
1 +3.3 V power output (+3.3 V/100 mA)
2 5 V power input (5 V)
3 N/A N/A
4 N/A N/A
5 TEST used for testing (NA)
6 TX UART TX output (0 - 3.3 V)
7 RX UART RX input (0 - 3.3 V)
8 GND power input (ground terminal)





Order Guide:




Catalog Listing Description
HPMA115S0-XXX HPM Series PM2.5 Particle Sensor with UART output





Customer Use Protocol:


Read Particle Measuring Results:

Command Length (Bytes) HEAD LEN CMD Data CS Example
Send 0x68 0x01 0x04 NA CS = MOD ((65536-(HEAD+LEN+CMD+DATA)), 256) 68 01 04 93
Response, Pos ACK 0x40 0x05 0X04 “DF1, DF2, DF3, DF4 PM2.5 = DF1 * 256 + DF2 PM10 = DF3 * 256 + DF4” CS = MOD ((65536-(HEAD+LEN+CMD+DATA)), 256) 40 05 04 00 30 00 31 56
Response, Neg ACK 0X9696





Start Particle Measurement:

Command Length (Bytes) HEAD LEN CMD Data CS Example
Send 0x68 0x01 0x04 NA CS = MOD ((65536-(HEAD+LEN+CMD+DATA)), 256) 68 01 01 96
Response, Pos ACK 0xA5A5
Response, Neg ACK 0x9696





Stop Particle Measurement:

Command Length (Bytes) HEAD LEN CMD Data CS Example
Send 0x68 0x01 0x02 NA CS = MOD ((65536-(HEAD+LEN+CMD+DATA)), 256) 68 01 02 95
Response, Pos ACK 0xA5A5
Response, Neg ACK 0x9696





Read Customer Adjustment Coefficient:

Command Length (Bytes) HEAD LEN CMD Data CS Example
Send 0x68 0x01 0x10 NA CS = MOD ((65536-(HEAD+LEN+CMD+DATA)), 256) 68 01 10 87
Response, Pos ACK 0x40 0X02 0X10 DF1: 30 ~ 200 (Default, 100) CS = MOD ( ((65536-(HEAD+LEN+CMD+DATA)), 256) 40 02 10 64 4A
Response, Neg ACK 0X9696





Stop Auto Send:

Command Length (Bytes) HEAD LEN CMD Data CS Example
Send 0x68 0x01 0x20 NA CS = MOD ((65536-(HEAD+LEN+CMD+DATA)), 256) 68 01 20 77
Response, Pos ACK 0xA5A5
Response, Neg ACK 0x9696





Enable Auto Send:

Command Length (Bytes) HEAD LEN CMD Data CS Example
Send 0x68 0x01 0x40 NA CS = MOD ((65536-(HEAD+LEN+CMD+DATA)), 256) 68 01 40 57
Response, Pos ACK 0xA5A5
Response, Neg ACK 0x9696




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