OSRAM  SFH3710  TRANSISTOR, PHOTO, NPN, 570NM

OSRAM SFH3710

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  • Manufacturer:
  • Newark Part No.: 97M1055
  • Manufacturer Part No SFH3710

Product Overview


The SFH3710 is an Ambient Light Sensor, especially adapted to the human eye. The driving of an LCD with changing images consumes little power because there is almost no current flow in the LCD cell. The main contributor to LCD power consumption is the backlight which always illuminates the whole viewing area.
  • Adapted to human eye sensitivity

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation; Metering; Motor Drive & Control
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Product Specifications, Documents & More


  • MSL: MSL 2 - 1 year
  • No. of Pins: 2
  • Packaging: Cut Tape
  • Power Consumption: -
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Transistor Case Style: SMD
  • Transistor Polarity: NPN
  • Viewing Angle: 60°
  • Wavelength Typ: 570nm

Availability

Availability:  2,250

Freight Charge: $20.00 once per order

Delivery in 5-7 days for in stock items

Terms and Conditions


 
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    More stock available week commencing 4/25/16

Price for: Cut Tape 1

Minimum order quantity: 1

Order multiple quantity: 1

Price: $1.09 $1.09

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Quantity List Price
1 - 99 $1.09
100 - 249 $0.983
250 - 499 $0.885
500 - 999 $0.804
1000+ $0.741
 
 
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