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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
ADC1050 AmericanMicroSemi AMS Optoelectronics:Photosensor Arrays:Photodiode Arrays:General-Purpose Optoelectronics:Photosensor Arrays:Photodiode Arrays:General-Purpose
ADC-UVII AmericanMicroSemi AMS Optoelectronics:Photodiodes:Ultraviolet-Optimized Optoelectronics:Photodiodes:Ultraviolet-Optimized
MCP6SX2DM-PCTLPD Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided The MCP6SX2 PGA Photodiode PICtail ™ Demo Board features a PNZ334 photodiode, MCP6001U op amp, and MCP6S22 and MCP6S92 Programmable Gain Amplifiers (PGA). The op amp converts the photodiode ’s output current to voltage (transimpedance amplifier). Its output goes to one of the PGA &rsquo...

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  • Amplifying High-Impedence Sensors ? Photodiode Example
    AN951 Amplifying High-Impedance Sensors - Photodiode Example and C reduce the output noise. The output noiseR N N Author: Kumen Blake and Steven Bible is also kept low by not over-compensating the feedback Microchip Technology Inc. loop. INTRODUCTION C F Embedded systems contain many types
  • A CMOS Active Pixel Image Sensor with In-pixel CDS for High-Speed Cameras (.pdf)
    This paper presents a high-speed CMOS image sensor whose frame rate exceeds 2000 frames/s. The pixel includes a photodiode, a charge-transfer amplifier, and circuitry for correlated double sampling (CDS) and global electronic shuttering. Reset noise, which is a major random noise factor, is reduced
  • Signal Chain Design Guide (.pdf)
    . Photodiode. Current. Chemical. pH Electrode. Voltage. Solution Conductivity. Resistance/Current. CO Sensor. Voltage or Charge. Photodiode (turbidity, colorimeter). Current. Signal Chain Design Guide 3. Product Overviews. Operational Amplifiers (Op Amps). Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADC
  • Medical Device Link .
    saturation within blood cells. This is known as saturation or peripheral oxygen (SPO2). Figure 1 shows the block diagram of an SPO2 module in which a decompensated amplifier is used to convert the current from the photodiode into a voltage. Clever Shortcuts Minimize Design Time One of the most