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OPB973N51 - 

Transmissive Photo Interrupter, Open Collector, Through Hole, 3.18 mm, 1.27 mm, 40 mA, 2 V

OPB973N51 - Transmissive Photo Interrupter, Open Collector, Through Hole, 3.18 mm, 1.27 mm, 40 mA, 2 V

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Manufacturer Part No:
OPB973N51
Newark Part No.:
08F2755
Product Range
OPB973 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The OPB973N51 is a non-contact Photologic® slotted Optical Switch with open apertures, PCB leads and open-collector inverter logic and output driver. Building from a standard housing with a 0.125-inch (3.18mm) wide slot, the user can specify output logic state, output driver circuit, aperture width, aperture surface and mounting tab locations. The device body is an opaque plastic which minimizes sensitivity to both visible and near-infrared external light sources which may impact operation. Aperture width choices provide different optical resolution for motion sensing.
  • Maximum protection against external light sources
  • Direct TTL, LSTTL, CMOS interface

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Signal Processing, Automotive, Industrial

Product Information

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Open Collector
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Through Hole
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3.18mm
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1.27mm
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40mA
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2V
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1.7V
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OPB973 Series
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