Design and Specifications
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What are phototransistors used for, and what are their applications?
Phototransistor arrays are used in rotary and linear encoders, optical barriers, presence sensors, and optical and X-ray sorting machines.
Our phototransistor arrays are available in SMD plastic or ceramic, Metal TO, and Chip-On-Board (COB) packages.
Photodiode arrays are used in rotary and linear encoders, optical barriers, presence sensors and optical and X-ray sorting machines. The photodiode arrays are available in SMD plastic or ceramic, Metal TO and Chip-on-Board (COB) packages. The standard OID7 photodiode component is 100 % compatible with OPR2100.
We can realise special and customised components based on specific customer requirements. Encoder components without encapsulating resin provide superior robustness and are thus able to withstand thermal shocks..
Components for Optical Fibre
Our components for optical fibre are photoASIC-based transmitters and LED receivers with integrated electronics; developed for industrial communications with high-resolution CMOS technology with a max baud rate of 20 Mbps, they are also suitable for the SERCOS II standard. Our fibre optic receivers are 100% compatible with the HFD7000.