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  • Manufacturer:
  • Newark Part No.: 99F4264
  • Manufacturer Part No VT20N1

Product Overview

The VT20N1 is a 50mW wide dynamic Photoconductive Cell in metal housing. It is responsive to very low light levels (moonlight) and very high light levels (sunlight).
  • Low noise and distortion
  • Easy to use in both DC and AC circuits


Sensing & Instrumentation; Alternative Energy; Lighting
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  • Power Rating 50mW
  • Dark Resistance 200kohm
  • Resistance @ Lux 16kohm
  • Operating Temperature Min -40°C
  • Operating Temperature Max 75°C
  • Voltage Rating 100V
  • Resistor Case Style TO-46
  • Packaging Each
  • Product Range -
  • Resistor Element Type -
  • No. of Pins 2
  • SVHC To Be Advised

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25 - 49 $8.77
50 - 99 $7.97
100 - 249 $7.28
250 - 499 $6.88
500 - 999 $6.64
1000+ $6.24

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  • RoHS Compliant: No
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