11 Myths About ALS/Proximity Sensors (.PDF Download)

Most design engineers of consumer and industrial products always look for various ways to achieve their desired goals in applications ranging from wearables to handheld devices to industrial appliances. One common thread between these applications is that they need some type of sensor(s) and actuators or decision engines to determine the actions to be taken.

Ambient light and proximity sensors (ALS/Prox sensors) are used in many of these Internet of Things (IoT) devices, home and fact

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