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Part NameHOA0825 HONEYWELL-ACC
Honeywell Accelerometers HONEYWELL-ACC
DescriptionInfrared Sensors Line Guide
HOA0825 Datasheet PDF : 18 Pages
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detector output configuration, and housing
material • 0.125 in [3.18 mm] slot width
• Plastic-molded components
Benefits: Infrared emitter facing an
Optoschmitt detector. Detector switching
takes place whenever an opaque object
passes through the slot between emitter
and detector. Photodetector consists
of a photodiode, amplifier, voltage
regulator, Schmitt trigger and various
output configurations. HOA696X series
utilizes an IR transmissive polysulfone
housing which features smooth optical
faces without external aperture openings;
desirable when aperture blockage from
airborne contaminants is a possibility.
The HOA697X series employs an opaque
polysulfone housing with aperture
openings for use in potential applications
where maximum rejection of ambient light
is important and in situations in which
maximum position resolution is desired.
Potential applications include presence
sensing, motion sensing, position
encoding, limit sensing, movement
detection, and counting.
HOA698X/HOA699X.
Features: Direct TTL interface • Buffer
or inverting logic available • Three
device output options • Four mounting
configurations • Choice of detector
aperture, mounting tab configurations,
detector output configuration, and housing
material • 0.125 in [3.18 mm] slot width
• 610 mm [24 in] min. 26 AWG UL 1429
wire leads • Plastic-molded components
Benefits: Infrared emitter facing an
Optoschmitt detector. Detector switching
takes place whenever an opaque object
passes through the slot between emitter
and detector. Photodetector consists
of a photodiode, amplifier, voltage
regulator, Schmitt trigger, and various
output configurations. HOA698X series
utilizes an IR transmissive polysulfone
housing which features smooth optical
faces without external aperture openings;
desirable when aperture blockage from
airborne contaminants is a possibility.
The HOA699X series employs an opaque
polysulfone housing with aperture
openings for use in potential applications
where maximum rejection of ambient light
is important and in situations in which
maximum position resolution is desired.
Potential applications include presence
sensing, motion sensing, position
encoding, limit sensing, movement
detection, and counting.
HOA7720/7730.
Features: Direct TTL interface • Infrared
emitter internally biased • No interface
circuits required • Inverting logic • Two
device output options: totem-pole or open
collector • Enhanced resolution • 3,00
mm [0.118 in] slot width • Plastic-molded
components
Benefits: Infrared emitter facing an
Optoschmitt detector. Detector switching
takes place whenever an opaque object
passes through the slot between emitter
and detector. Photodetector consists
of a photodiode, amplifier, voltage
regulator, and Schmitt trigger with two
configurations. Totem-pole output is suited
for potential applications which require
fast transition times. Open collector allows
the output of the sensor to interface with
circuit elements driven by supply voltages
other than the Vcc supply. Narrow
aperture is often ideal for use in potential
applications in which maximum rejection
of ambient light is important, and maximim
position resolution is desired. Potential
applications include presence sensing,
motion sensing, position encoding,
limit sensing, movement detection, and
counting.
PHOTODARLINGTONS
SD1410(L)
Features: Compact metal-can coaxial
package • 24° (nominal) acceptance
angle • Higher typical output currents
• Wide sensitivity ranges • Wide operating
temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67
°F to 257 °F] • Mechanically and spectrally
matched to SE1450 and SE1470 infrared
emitters
Benefits: Photodarlington mounted in a
glass-lensed metal-can coaxial package.
May have a tab or second lead welded
to the can as an optional feature. Both
leads are flexible and may be formed to fit
various mounting configurations. Potential
applications include presence sensing,
motion sensing, position encoding,
limit sensing, movement detection, and
counting.
SD2410.
Features: Miniature, hermetically
sealed, pill style, metal-can package
• 48° (nominal) acceptance angle • Wide
operating temperature range -55 °C to
125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F] • Often ideal for
direct mounting to printed circuit boards
• Wide sensitivity ranges • Mechanically
and spectrally matched to SE2460 and
SE2470 infrared emitters
Benefits: Photodarlington mounted in a
hermetically sealed glass lensed metal-
can package. Directly mounts in double-
sided PC boards. Potential applications
include presence sensing, motion
sensing, position encoding, limit sensing,
movement detection, and counting.
SD3410.
Features: TO-46 metal-can package • Flat
window • 90° acceptance angle option
• Wide operating temperature range -55
°C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257 °F] • Wide
sensitivity ranges • Mechanically and
spectrally matched to SE3450/5450,
SE3455/5455, and SE3470/5470 infrared
emitters
Benefits: Photodarlington mounted in a
TO-46 metal-can package. Flat window-
can provides a wide acceptance angle.
Often ideally suited for operation in hostile
environments. Potential applications
include presence sensing, motion
sensing, position encoding, limit sensing,
movement detection, and counting.
Unless otherwise noted, potential applications include printers and copiers, motion control systems, metering systems, liquid-level
sensing, data storage systems, scanning, automated transaction, drop sensors, and other noninvasive medical equipment.
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