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Transmissive Photo Interrupter, Phototransistor, Through Hole, 3.1 mm, 1 mm, 60 mA, 6 V

TCST1103 - Transmissive Photo Interrupter, Phototransistor, Through Hole, 3.1 mm, 1 mm, 60 mA, 6 V
TCST1103 - Transmissive Photo Interrupter, Phototransistor, Through Hole, 3.1 mm, 1 mm, 60 mA, 6 V

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Manufacturer:
VISHAY VISHAY
Manufacturer Part No:
TCST1103
Newark Part No.:
33C1113
Product Range
TCST1103
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The TCST1103 is a Transmissive Optical Sensors that include an infrared emitter and phototransistor, located face-to-face on the optical axes in a leaded package which blocks visible light.
  • Phototransistor Detector Type
  • 4mA Typical Output Current Under Test
  • Daylight Blocking Filter
  • 950nm Emitter Wavelength
  • Lead (Pb)-free Soldering Released

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Industrial

Product Information

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Phototransistor
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Through Hole
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3.1mm
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1mm
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60mA
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6V
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1.25V
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TCST1103
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