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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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SD5410.
Features: TO-46 metal-can package • Flat
window • 12° acceptance angle • 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. Glass-lensed
can provides a narrow acceptance
angle. Often ideally suited for operation
in hostile environments. Applications
include presence sensing, motion
sensing, position encoding, limit sensing,
movement detection, and counting.
SDP8105.
Features: T-1 plastic package • 20°
(nominal) acceptance angle • Consistent
optical properties • Mechanically and
spectrally matched to SEP8505 and
SEP8705 infrared emitters
Benefits: Photodarlington transfer molded
in a T-1 package to minimize effect of
visible ambient light. Transfer molding of
this device provides enhanced optical
centerline performance. Lead lengths
are staggered to provide a simple
method of polarity identification. Potential
applications include presence and motion
sensing, position encoding, limit sensing,
movement detection, and counting.
SDP8106.
Features: Side-looking plastic package
• 50° (nominal) acceptance angle
• Mechanically and spectrally matched to
SEP8506 and SEP8706 infrared emitters
Benefits: Photodarlington molded in a
side-looking black plastic package to
minimize effect of visible ambient light.
Chip is positioned to accept radiation
through a plastic lens from the side of
the package. Potential applications
include presence sensing, motion
sensing, position encoding, limit sensing,
movement detection, and counting.
PHOTODIODE DETECTORS
SD2420.
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
• Mechanically and spectrally matched to
SE2460 and SE2470 infrared emitters
Benefits: Photodiode 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.
SD5421
Features: TO-46 metal-can package
• Dome lensed package • 18° (nominal)
acceptance angle option • Enhanced
response time • Wide operating
temperature range -55 °C to 125 °C [-67
°F to 257 °F] • Mechanically and spectrally
matched to SE3450/5450, SE3455/5455,
and SE3470/5470 infrared emitters
Benefits: Photodiode mounted in a
TO-46 metal-can package. Employs
glass-lensed cans to provide a narrow
acceptance angle. Often ideally suited for
operation in hostile environments. Potential
applications include presence and motion
sensing, position encoding, limit sensing,
movement detection, and counting.
SDP8276.
Features: Side-looking plastic package
• Linear response • Enhanced response
time • Internal visible light rejection filter
• 50° (nominal) acceptance angle
• Mechanically and spectrally matched to
SEP8506 and SEP8706 infrared emitters
Benefits: Photodiode, transfer molded
in a side-looking black plastic package
to minimize the effects of visible ambient
light. Positioned to accept radiant energy
through a lens on the side of the package.
Often ideal for battery-powered systems or
anywhere power is at a premium. Potential
applications include presence sensing,
motion sensing, position encoding,
limit sensing, movement detection, and
counting.
SD1420(L).
Features: Compact metal-can coaxial
package • 24° (nominal) beam angle
• Wide operating temperature range
-55 °C to 125 °C [-67 °F to 257
°F] • Mechanically and spectrally
matched to SD1420 photodiode,
SD1440 phototransistor, and SD1410
photodarlington
Benefits: May have a tab or second lead
welded to the can as an optional feature.
Leads are flexible to fit various mounting
configurations. Potential applications
include presence sensing, motion
sensing, position encoding, limit sensing,
movement detection, and counting.
SMD2420.
Features: Small ceramic packages
• Glass-lensed optics for efficient optical
coupling • Upright or inverted mounting
capability • Low profile, small size for
flexible layout of multiple channels
and custom arrays • Compatible with
automated solder processes • Choice of
photodiode or phototransistor detectors
• Infrared emitter features high power
dissipation capability • Tape and reel
packaging option (pick/place machine
compatible)
Benefits: Lens minimizes cross-talk and
often eliminates the need for apertures in
non-critical applications. May be mounted
on the printed circuit board, lens up or
inverted, allowing flexibility in layouts for
multiple channel and custom arrays. Often
useful in potential applications requiring
linear response or high switching speed.
Potential applications include optical
encoders for motion control, computer
peripherals, vending and point-of-sale
applications, smoke detectors, and
medical equipment.
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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