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Infrared Sensors Line Guide
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HP0215AFKP4-S

HS2BA

HSD16M64B8A

HT1602

HX1188

HYM71V753201TH-8

HYMD132725BL8-M

ICS149317

ICS613MT

ICS7152MI-12T

IIC10P-14-3C30

IMISG571DYB

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Infrared Sensors
Line Guide
Solid, sensitive solutions.
Optoelectronics integrates optical
principles and semi-conductor electronics — the inter-conversion
of electricity to light. In electronic systems where feedback and
control systems are common, these infrared sensors are often
critical.
Honeywell Sensing and Control (S&C) offers a broad selection of
often reliable, cost-effective, off-the-shelf optoelectronic sensor
solutions for many potential applications — including printers and
copiers, metering and data storage systems, liquid-level sensing,
motion control, scanning, automated transactions, barcode
readers, drop sensors, and other medical equipment. We also
provide a wide array of custom solutions ranging from special
electrical selections, special markings, wiring, and connectors to
completely unique housings or integrated circuits.
FEATURES
REFLECTIVE SENSORS
HOA1395.
Features:
Side-looking plastic package
• Phototransistor output • Infrared emitter
and phototransistor detector in a single
package • Low profile for design flexibility
• Designed for short-distance detection
• Enhanced sensitivity • Unfocused for
sensing diffused surfaces
Benefits:
Miniature infrared sensor
designed to sense reflective objects at
short distances. Infrared emitter and
phototransistor are mounted side-by-side
with an integral barrier to minimize cross-
talk.
HOA0149.
Features:
Phototransistor output
• Focused for maximum response
• Low-profile housing • Plastic ABS
molded housing
Benefits:
An infrared emitter and
phototransistor encased side-by-side on
converging optical axes. Phototransistor
responds to radiation from an infrared
transmitter only when a reflective object
passes within its field of view.
Benefits:
An infrared emitter and
phototransistor or photodarlington
encased side-by-side on parallel axes.
Detector responds to radiation from
infrared emitter only when a reflective
object passes within its field of view.
Potential applications include presence
sensing, motion sensing, movement
detection, and counting.
HOA1405.
Features:
Phototransistor output
• Focused for maximum response
• Ambient light and dust protective filter
• Plastic-molded components
Benefits:
An infrared emitter and
phototransistor encased side-by-side on
converging optical axes. Phototransistor
responds to radiation from an infrared
emitter only when a reflective object
passes within its field of view. Employs
an IR transmissive filter to minimize the
effects of visible ambient light and to
provide a smooth optical face which
prevents the accumulation of airborne
HOA1180.
Features:
Choice of phototransistor
or photodarlington output • Enhanced
sensitivity • Wide operating temperature
-55 °C to 100 °C [-67 °F to 212 °F] • 305
mm [12 in] min. 28 AWG PVC insulated
wire leads • Metal can packaged
components
Benefits:
Consists of an infrared emitter
and phototransistor or photodarlington
encased side-by-side on converging
axes. Detector responds to radiation from
an infrared emitter only when a reflective
object passes within its field of view.
HOA1397.
Features:
Choice of phototransistor or
photodarlington output • Low profile for
design sensitivity • Unfocused for sensing
diffused surfaces • Plastic-molded
components
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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