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Light in Motion Announces New Additions to Their Sub-miniature Surface Mount Optical Sensor Range
Date:12/3/2013

Milpitas, San Jose (PRWEB) December 03, 2013

Light in Motion are pleased to announce the newest additions to their extensive Sub-miniature Surface Mount Optical Sensor Range:

  • QTLP660CIR: GaAs Infrared emitter with a 30 degree emission angle
  • QTLP660CPD: matching transistor detector with 30 degree reception angle and with a water clear lens for detection of both visible and non-visible light
  • QTLP660CPDF: matching transistor detector with 30 degree reception angle, a day light filter detector excluding visible light and optimising the response to infrared wavelengths, enabling higher emitter output and greater transistor sensitivity

The new surface mount GaAs LED emitter, QTLP660CIR, incorporates a high dome lens with an emission angle of 30 degrees and a typical output of 140mW/sr at IF = 100mA; tp = 100ms; Duty Cycle = 0.01.

The matching surface mount phototransistor, QTLP660CPD, uses the same domed lens with a typical on-state collector current of 1.8mA for EE = 1mW/cm2; VCE = 5V. This sensor includes a clear lens which enables it to detect both visible and infrared light.

The QTLP660CPDF model expands upon the features of the QTLP660CIR and QTLP660CPD, incorporating a daylight filter which blocks visible light while allowing the detection of infrared light. The result is increased sensitivity to infrared wave lengths.

Most small outline surface mount devices, due to their size, have very limited lens effects which widen emission and reception angles and result in lower outputs/sensitivity. In many applications this poorer performance results in engineers being to be forced into using through-hole devices, where the lens effect is much better. In surface mount board assemblies, this results in additional processes (often manual) adding cost and increasing cycle time.

The new Light in Motion surface mount devices are des
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