OP560C - 

Phototransistor, 935 nm, 28 °, 100 mW, 2 Pins, Side Looking

OP560C - Phototransistor, 935 nm, 28 °, 100 mW, 2 Pins, Side Looking

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The OP560C is a Silicon NPN Photodarlington Transistor moulded in an epoxy package with a wide receiving angle that provides relatively even reception over a large area. The side-looking package design allows easy PCB mounting of slotted optical switches or optical interrupt detectors. The OP560 device has an external lens in a clear epoxy package. This device is 100% production tested using infrared light for close correlation with OPTEK's GaAs and GaAIAs emitters. This sensor is mechanically and spectrally matched to the OP140, OP142, OP145, OP240 and OP245 series of infrared emitting diodes.
  • Middle sensitivity level
  • Wide receiving angle
  • Side-looking package
  • Ideal for space-limited applications
  • Ideal for PCB mounting


Portable Devices, Communications & Networking, Sensing & Instrumentation, Automation & Process Control

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