Sensors Emit And Detect Red, Green And Blue Light

March 1, 2002
Unveiled as the industry's first reflective color sensors, the TRS1722, TRS1755 and TRS1766 are designed to both emit and detect red, green and blue (RGB) colors, respectively. The sensors combine a color LED die and a light-to-voltage converter with

Unveiled as the industry's first reflective color sensors, the TRS1722, TRS1755 and TRS1766 are designed to both emit and detect red, green and blue (RGB) colors, respectively. The sensors combine a color LED die and a light-to-voltage converter with a corresponding color filter in a surface-mount package.The output of each device is a voltage that is directly proportional to the color of the reflected light. With the LED drive current being as low as 250 µA (TRS1766 blue LED sensor), these devices are particularly well-suited for use in low-power and battery-operated applications. The reflective sensors also feature eight bits of resolution and can operate on supply voltages from 4.5V to 5.5V and over a temperature range of 0¡C to 70¡C. Price is $1.36 each/1,000. For more details and availability, contact TEXAS ADVANCED OPTOELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS INC., Plano, TX. (972) 673-0759.

Company: TEXAS ADVANCED OPTOELECTRONIC SOLUTIONS INC.

Product URL: Click here for more information

Sponsored Recommendations

TTI Transportation Resource Center

April 8, 2024
From sensors to vehicle electrification, from design to production, on-board and off-board a TTI Transportation Specialist will help you keep moving into the future. TTI has been...

Cornell Dubilier: Push EV Charging to Higher Productivity and Lower Recharge Times

April 8, 2024
Optimized for high efficiency power inverter/converter level 3 EV charging systems, CDE capacitors offer high capacitance values, low inductance (< 5 nH), high ripple current ...

TTI Hybrid & Electric Vehicles Line Card

April 8, 2024
Components for Infrastructure, Connectivity and On-board Systems TTI stocks the premier electrical components that hybrid and electric vehicle manufacturers and suppliers need...

Bourns: Automotive-Grade Components for the Rough Road Ahead

April 8, 2024
The electronics needed for transportation today is getting increasingly more demanding and sophisticated, requiring not only high quality components but those that interface well...

Comments

To join the conversation, and become an exclusive member of Electronic Design, create an account today!