HOA2004-001 - 

Transmissive Photo Interrupter, Phototransistor, Through Hole, 3.18 mm, 0.51 mm, 50 mA, 3 V

HOA2004-001 - Transmissive Photo Interrupter, Phototransistor, Through Hole, 3.18 mm, 0.51 mm, 50 mA, 3 V

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Newark Part No.:
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HOA2004 Series
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Product Overview

The HOA2004-001 is a Transmissive Sensor that consists of an infrared emitting diode facing an optoschmitt detector encased in a black thermoplastic housing. The photodetector consists of a photodiode, amplifier, voltage regulator, Schmitt trigger and an NPN output transistor with 10kΩ (nominal) pull-up resistor. The buffer logic provides a high output when the optical path is clear and a low output when the path is interrupted. The side mounting package is useful in applications in which the interruptive element is parallel to the mounting plane. Both emitter and detector have a 0.02-inch (0.508 mm) x 0.040-inch (1.02mm) vertical aperture. The narrow aperture is ideal for use in applications in which maximum position resolution is desired. The HOA2004 employs plastic molded components. Housings are soluble in chlorinated hydrocarbons and ketones. Recommended cleaning agents are methanol and isopropanol.
  • Direct TTL interface
  • Buffer logic
  • Side mount package
  • 0.125" (3.18mm) Slot width


Sensing & Instrumentation, Industrial

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Through Hole
HOA2004 Series
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