OP232W - 

Infrared Emitter, Hermetic, 50 °, TO-46, 100 mA, 2 V, 500 ns, 250 ns

OP232W - Infrared Emitter, Hermetic, 50 °, TO-46, 100 mA, 2 V, 500 ns, 250 ns

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The OP232W is a gallium aluminium arsenide (GaAIAs) Infrared Emitting Diode, mounted in a hermetic metal housing. The gallium aluminium arsenide feature provides a higher radiated output than gallium arsenide at the same forward current. The device is lensed to provide a wide beam angle (50°) between half power points. The 890nm wavelength closely matches the spectral response of silicon phototransistors, while the wide beam angle provides relatively even illumination over a large area.
  • Focused and non-focused optical light pattern
  • Enhanced temperature range
  • Mechanically and spectrally matched to other OPTEK devices


Wireless, Automation & Process Control, Sensing & Instrumentation, Industrial

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