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3- and 4-Channel Optical Sensors for Turn and Push, Absolute, and Incremental Encoding

AEC-Q101 Qualified Transmissive Sensors Offered in Compact SMD Package for Automotive and Industrial Applications

Introducing TCUT1630X01 and TCUT1800X01, the industry’s first 3- and 4-channel transmissive sensors, respectively.

The triple-channel TCUT1630X01 includes an infrared emitter and three phototransistor detectors located face to face in a surface-mount package. With a taller dome than previous-generation devices and an additional channel for a vertical push function or indexing tab, the device is ideal for turn and push encoding.

The quad-channel TCUT1800X01 includes two infrared emitters and four phototransistor detectors, and can detect up to 16 positions for absolute and incremental encodingread more….

Feature List

  • Package type: surface-mount
  • Detector type: phototransistor
  • Dimensions (L x W x H in mm): 5.5 x 5.85 x 7
  • AEC-Q101 qualified
  • Gap (in mm): 3
  • Aperture (in mm): 0.3
  • Typical output current under test: IC = 1.3 mA
  • Emitter wavelength: 950 nm
  • Lead (Pb)-free soldering released
  • Moisture sensitivity level (MSL): 1
Applications

Automotive:

  • Position sensors for encoders in high temperature environments close to motors
  • Turn interior knobs
  • Ignition locks
  • Adaptive headlights
  • Electric power steering (EPS) systems

Industrial

  • Monitoring gas or water meters
  • Vending machines and credit card readers
  • Detecting the status of doors and panels
Datasheets and Application Notes TCUT1630X01 TCUT1800X01 
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