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RE46C167 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The RE46C167 device is a low-power, CMOS photoelectric type, smoke detector IC. With minimal external components, this circuit will provide all the required features for a photoelectric type smoke detector. Each design incorporates a gain selectable photo amplifier for use with an infrared emitter...
RE46C165 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The RE46C165 device is a low-power, CMOS photoelectric type, smoke detector IC. With minimal external components, this circuit will provide all the required features for a photoelectric type smoke detector. Each design incorporates a gain selectable photo amplifier for use with an infrared emitter...
RE46C168 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The RE46C168 device is a low-power, CMOS photoelectric type, smoke detector IC. With minimal external components, this circuit will provide all the required features for a photoelectric type smoke detector. Each design incorporates a gain selectable photo amplifier for use with an infrared emitter...

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    known in the ancient world and was given the name pyroelectric in 1824 by Brewster, even though the broad application in infrared detectors was introduced in the early 1970s. Nowadays due to its simple but robust construction and its performance the pyroelectric detector is one of the most widely-used
  • Fundamentals of the Infrared Physical Layer
    communication can be established through free space between two dissimilar devices. This document describes the fundamentals of the infrared physical layer, the IrDA standard and selecting the proper discrete emitter and photodiode components for circuit implementation. Fundamentals of the Infrared
  • Selecting a Flame Detector
    . • LNG/LPG. • Diesel. • Hydrogen. • Gasoline. • Paper/Wood. • Kerosene • Textiles. • Jet. Fuels. • Solvents. • Ethylene. • Sulfur. Principles of Flame Detection. Most flame detectors identify flames by so-called optical methods like ultraviolet (UV) and infrared. (IR) spectroscopy and visual flame
  • ePanorama.net - Circuits
    relay MOC 3041 information The MOC3041, MOC3042 and MOC3043 device consists of gallium arsenide infrared emitting diodes optically coupled to a monolithic silicon detector performing the function of a Zero Voltage Crossing bilateral triac driver. They are designed for building semiconductor
  • Near Infrared ( NIR ) Applications with Miniature Fiber Optic Spectrometers
    applications which. wavefront on the detector array, providing a uniform. occur in the Near Infra-Red (NIR) 900-2200nm range,. 1 nm resolution across the wavelength range 190-. which use InGaAs Photo Diode Arrays (PDAs). 900 nm (using a 25 µm slit). The improved focus. instead of CCDs. The InGaAs PDAs
  • Combustible Gas Detector Sensor Drift: bead combustible sensor
    to climb and the bridge circuit to. Infrared Combustible Sensors. determine the better choice for specific. become unbalanced, due to age, impurities. Infrared combustible gas detectors offer. applications. within the materials, or repeated high. solutions to all previously mentioned. Catalytic Bead Sensor
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    to determining the. incident UV radiation. Their cost is relatively low compared. best response. Their cost is higher relative to other. to other types of flame detectors. flame detector types. U V / I R Te c h n o l o g y. The detection range of the infrared detectors is up to. When a UV optical
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    , which interfaces with the tester via an infrared port. The battery-powered tester is rated for 30 hours of continuous use. For more information on the company's products, contact Indentec Hardness Testing Machines Ltd., Lye Valley Ind. Est., Bromley St., Lye, Stourbridge, W Midlands B74 3EB, UK

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