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肌萎缩性侧索硬化症, PDIC243 - The structure of 3 b

by:Tranch      2020-08-01
肌萎缩性侧索硬化症, PDIC243 - 3BALS- PDIC243 - 3 b to 5 mm cylindrical plug-in photosensitive diode, the built-in photosensitive sensor IC, use black transparent epoxy resin encapsulation, the two polar feet feet Vout Vcc pin and output respectively. When the chip p-n junction with photosensitive properties by optical radiation, form the photocurrent, built-in IC is a combination of current amplification effect. Compared with photosensitive diode or photoelectric diode, has a great deal of photocurrent amplification effect, namely the high sensitivity. Belong to Everlight light electronic high quality product, it is a low cost environment the change of light intensity is proportional to the output current of photosensitive sensor, using imported chip production, has a wide measuring range, high precision, good sensitivity, good consistency, comply with ROHS standards, etc. Light pipe is used to replace traditional CDS photoresistance ( Cadmium sulfide sensor) 。 Feature package size ( mm) : 5. 0x5. 0 x3。 2 minimum packing: 500 PCS/package its basic characteristics as follows: 1. In response to visible light spectrum 390 ~ 700海里) 2. Output photocurrent: 10 ~ 35 ua ( Ev = 100勒克斯) 3. Increase/decrease time: 360/1130 us4. In the visible light range, has the good output linearity 5. The sensitivity of various light conditions, with good 6. Operating temperature performance: - 40 ℃ to 85 ℃, 7. Wide supply voltage range: 1. 8 v to 5. 5V8. Suitable for spectrum peak wavelength: 560 nm9. The biggest dark current zero. 1 ua application widely used in environmental light control, the adjustment of the brightness of lamps and lanterns, such as: solar energy lamp, electric lamp, electric switch, small night lights, camera first-class products; Also can be used to control lighting equipment and toys and other fields.
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