Optoelectronic Sensors

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ST’s New Image Sensors Extend Depth of Field in Phone Cameras

ST’s New Image Sensors Extend Depth of Field in Phone Cameras
STMicroelectronics has introduced a 1/4-inch optical format, 3-megapixel raw Bayer sensors with integrated Extended-Depth-of-Field (EDoF) capabilities. Enabling camera modules as small as 6.5 x 6.5mm, ST’s newest image sensors combine exceptional sharpness and user experience with size and cost benefits, offering a smart alternative to auto-focus camera solutions.
20th February 2009

Ultra-miniature photocouplers reduce space by 70% in high-speed designs

Ultra-miniature photocouplers reduce space by 70% in high-speed designs
Toshiba Electronics Europe has announced a new family of ultra-miniature photocouplers for high-speed applications that are 70% smaller than previous devices offering similar performance.
13th February 2009

Versatile ARM-9 platform speeds evaluation of TFT & AMOLED displays

Versatile ARM-9 platform speeds evaluation of TFT & AMOLED displays
Densitron has announced a proprietary display development platform – the V-DUO (Video Densitron USB OLED) Kit for 3.5” & 4.3” Active Matrix OLEDs (AMOLEDs). V-DUO utilizes TI ARM-9 processor (DM355) with a Linux based real-time operating system, and supports display resolutions up to 1366x768.
12th February 2009


Optek Develops Miniature Infrared Surface Mount Reflective Object Sensor

Optek Develops Miniature Infrared Surface Mount Reflective Object Sensor
Providing design engineers with an economical device for non-contact sensing applications, TT electronics OPTEK Technology has developed a new reflective object sensor in a miniature surface mount package. Designated the OPB733TR device, the infrared sensor uses a lensed IR LED and phototransistor elements to collimate the light beam, giving the device an optimizing detection range from 0.4 (10mm) to 1.0 (25.4mm). In addition, the minimum phototransistor output current of 100mA eliminates the need for external amplification of the output signal, thus simplifying the drive circuitry.
12th February 2009

Optek Develops Miniature Infrared Surface Mount Reflective Object Sensor

Optek Develops Miniature Infrared Surface Mount Reflective Object Sensor
Providing design engineers with an economical device for non-contact sensing applications, TT electronics OPTEK Technology has developed a new reflective object sensor in a miniature surface mount package. Designated the OPB733TR device, the infrared sensor uses a lensed IR LED and phototransistor elements to collimate the light beam, giving the device an optimizing detection range from 0.4 (10mm) to 1.0 (25.4mm). In addition, the minimum phototransistor output current of 100mA eliminates the need for external amplification of the output signal, thus simplifying the drive circuitry.
12th February 2009

High-Power High-Speed 830-nm Infrared Emitters from Vishay

High-Power High-Speed 830-nm Infrared Emitters from Vishay
Vishay has broadened its optoelectronics portfolio with the introduction of high-power, high-speed 830 nm surface-mount PLCC2 and 5-mm (T1¾) infrared emitters with high radiant intensity and the industry's lowest forward voltage drop.
11th February 2009

Photo IC Replacement for Photo-conductive Cells from Hamamatsu Photonics

Photo IC Replacement for Photo-conductive Cells from Hamamatsu Photonics
Hamamatsu Photonics has introduced a linear output Photo IC, the S10604 to replace traditional CdS photoconductive cells (also known as LDRs), which have been used for many years in visible light sensor products. The use of cadmium in electronic equipment is now restricted under European RoHS legislation, so the alternative S10604 photo IC is fabricated from silicon and is fully compliant with all RoHS regulations.
6th February 2009

Spectral Color Measurements with JENCOLOR

Spectral Color Measurements with JENCOLOR
MAZeT's RGB and True Color sensors are semiconductor-based sensors with RGB or XYZ interference filters for fast, time-stable color detection and absolute color measurement according to the CIE1931 DIN5033 standard. When combined with white-light LEDs, these sensors can detect accuracies in the color space that are imperceptible to the human eye. The achieved accuracy strongly depends on the light source and the calibration of the sensors.
2nd February 2009


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