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Voltage - Collector Emitter Breakdown (Max)
Current - Collector (Ic) (Max)
Current - Dark (Id) (Max)
Wavelength
Viewing Angle
Power - Max
Mounting Type
Orientation
Operating Temperature
Package / Case
2,000
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1 : $0.21000
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2,000 : $0.19950
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Active35 V20 mA100 nA940nm-150 mWSurface MountTop View-40°C ~ 85°C2-PLCC
T1113P-SD-F
T1090P6-SD-F
Silicon NPN Phototransister, 840
Electroverge
89
Marketplace
89 : $14.00000
Tray
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Tray
Active80 V50 mA50 nA840nm120°-Surface MountTop View-55°C ~ 125°CDie
T1113P-SD-F
T1070P-SD-F
Silicon NPN Phototransister, 570
Electroverge
50
Marketplace
50 : $18.00000
Tray
-
Tray
Active6 V20 mA50 nA570nm120°-Surface MountTop View-40°C ~ 100°CDie
T1113P-SD-F
T5096P-SD-F
Silicon NPN Phototransister, 910
Electroverge
100
Marketplace
100 : $12.00000
Tray
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Tray
Active85 V50 mA50 nA910nm120°-Surface MountTop View-55°C ~ 125°CDie
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Optical Sensors - Phototransistors


Products in the phototransistor family are discrete light sensitive components which behave in similar fashion to a bipolar transistor, but use incident light instead of an electrical current applied through a device terminal to cause the device to conduct. Compared to photodiodes, phototransistors generally produce a much larger output current for the same intensity of incident light, though are slower to respond to changes in light intensity. These differences result in phototransistors being simpler to apply, but less useful for high speed operation.