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Light-to-Voltage description

Light-to-Voltage (LTV) sensors combine a photodiode and transimpedance amplifier on a single monolithic IC to provide a linear analog voltage output that is proportional to light intensity. The voltage output can be connected directly to an ADC for digital processing, a comparator for threshold detection, or other analog circuitry for filtering or further processing. The devices cover a wide range of speed and responsivity options across various spectral responses. This makes them suitable for a variety of applications in which they may measure ambient light, light absorption or reflection, or operate as an infrared data receiver in light controls, printers, light curtains or remote controllers.

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PartNo Description Operating Voltage

V

Responsivity

µW/cm²

Responsivity Wavelength

nm

Fast Response Time

Low Noise

Visible Light Cutoff Filter and Lens

Temperature Range

°C

Packages

Datasheet Demo Buy
TSL250R

Low-noise sidelooker package

2.7-5.5 Medium: 20-150 635 Yes -25 to 85 S-3, SM-3
TSL251R

Sidelooker package

2.7-5.5 Medium: 20-150 635 -25 to 85 S-3, SM-3, SOIC-8
TSL252R

Fast response and low-noise

2.7-5.5 Low: <20 635 Yes Yes -25 to 85 S-3, SM-3
TSL260R

Low-noise sidelooker package

2.7-5.5 Medium: 20-150 940 Yes Yes – S and SM package 0 to 70 S-3, SM-3, SOIC-8
TSL261R

Low-noise sidelooker package

2.7-5.5 Medium: 20-150 940 Yes Yes – S and SM package -25 to 85 S-3, SM-3, SOIC-8
TSL261RD

DIP package

2.7-5.5 High: 151-400 640 Yes -25 to 85 SOIC = 8