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Photosensor, OPTOLOGIC®, Inverter Output, 4.5 V to 16 V

QSE159 - Photosensor, OPTOLOGIC®, Inverter Output, 4.5 V to 16 V

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The QSE159 is an plastic silicon OPTOLOGIC® Photosensor features a Schmitt trigger at output which provides hysteresis for noise immunity and pulse shaping. The basic building block of this IC consists of a photodiode, a linear amplifier, voltage regulator, Schmitt trigger and four output options. The TTL/LSTTL compatible output can drive up to ten TTL loads over supply currents from 4.5 to 16.0V. The device is marked with a colour stripe for easy identification.
  • Bipolar silicon IC
  • Medium wide reception angle, 50°
  • Matched emitter - QEE113/QEE123
  • Daylight filter
  • High sensitivity
  • Direct TTL/LSTTL interface


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