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Phototransistor, 825 nm, 40 °, 100 mW, 2 Pins, T-3/4 (1.8mm)

BPW16N - Phototransistor, 825 nm, 40 °, 100 mW, 2 Pins, T-3/4 (1.8mm)

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Manufacturer:
VISHAY VISHAY
Manufacturer Part No:
BPW16N
Newark Part No.:
32C9145
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The BPW16N is a Silicon NPN Phototransistor with high radiant sensitivity in clear, plastic package with flat window. It is sensitive to visible and near infrared radiation. On PCB this package size enables assembly of arrays with 2.54mm pitch. It is suitable for detector in electronic control and drive circuits.
  • Leaded package
  • High photo sensitivity
  • High radiant sensitivity
  • Suitable for visible and near infrared radiation
  • Fast response time
  • ϕ = ±40° Angle of half sensitivity

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Automation & Process Control

Product Information

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825nm
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40°
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100mW
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2Pins
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T-3/4 (1.8mm)
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