IS471FE - 

Light Detector, OPIC, 940nm, 4.5-16V, Built In Signal Processing Circuit

IS471FE - Light Detector, OPIC, 940nm, 4.5-16V, Built In Signal Processing Circuit

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This is an infrared detector with an integral modulation drive. An external infrared emitter is sync-modulated using a two-wire system. External interference is eliminated by use of a comparator and sync-detector circuit, the resulting signal then being demodulated and output as TTL. The elimination of unwanted signals being detected make this device ideal for use in high ambient light conditions. Suitable for use with all infrared LED emitters.
  • Compact Integrated I/R detector

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Datasheet discrepancy

Hi, I've got the part in hand and I'm studying the datasheet for pinout. I'm looking at the diagram on the first page (Outline Dimensions). Pins 2 and 3 are marked on the front of the part. Pin 1 is long, Pin 2 short, Pin 3 long, Pin 4 short. If you look at what is I'm assuming the back view (shows the small circle that is located on the back of part) it denotes these pin lengths as opposite. The drawing just below (top view) also appears wrong as far as which pins are crimped out.
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As per the figure given in datasheet (page-1) referring to the component facing the round mark, from left hand side the Pin-1 is bent and short, Pin-2 is straight and long, Pin-3 is bent and short, Pin-4 is straight and long.
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