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GP2W0110YPS
GP2W0110YPS
Absolute Maximum Ratings
Outline Dimensions (Unit : mm)
IrDA Transceiver Module
Compliant with IrDA1.2 Low Power
1. Cellular phones, PHS
2. Personal information tools
Features
Applications
1. Compliant with IrDA1.2 low power
2. Integrated package of transmitter/receiver.
(7.9×2.85×height 2.15mm)
3. General purpose
4. Low dissipation current due to shut-down function
(Dissipation current at shut-down mode:Max. 0.1µA)
5.
Soldering reflow type
6. Shield type
Parameter Symbol Rating Unit
Supply voltage VCC 0 to 6.0 V
°C
Operating temperature Topr 40 to +85
°C
Storage temperature Tstg 40 to +85
Peak forward current
LED Supply voltage
IFM
VLEDA
60
0 to 7.0
mA
V
Soldering temperature Tsol 240 °C
(Ta=25°C)
*1 Pulse width 78.1µs, Duty ratio:3/16
*2 For MAX. 10s
*2
*1
1.05±0.3
0.6±0.3
2.15±0.3
1.5±0.3
2.1±0.3
φ2.0
φ2.2
7.9±0.3
2.85±0.3
2.75±0.3
0.35
5.2
P0.95×7=6.65
P0.95×7=6.65
5.7
2.5
0.8+0.3
0.2
8-0.4+0.2
0.3
8-0.6
NC
NC
VCC
GND
SD
RXD
TXD
LEDA
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
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Center of detector
Center of emitter
Unspecified tolerance : ±0.2mm
Au plate
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Recommended Operating Conditions
Parameter Symbol Rating Unit
Supply voltage VCC 2.0 to 3.6 V
V
High level input voltage (SD terminal)
VIHSD
VCC×0.67 to VCC
V
Low level input voltage (SD terminal)
VILSD 0 to VCC×0.1
0 to VCC×0.2
Transmission rate BR 2.4 to 115.2 kb/s
High level input voltage (TXD)
VIHTXD
Low level input voltage (TXD)
VILTXD
V
CC
×0.8 to V
CC V
V
2.0 to 6.0
LED Supply Voltage VLEDA V
*3 Refer to Fig.8
*3
*3
GP2W0110YPS
Electrical Characteristics
Parameter Symbol Conditions
IOH=−200µA*4
IOL=200µA*4
BR=115.2kb/s*4, φ≤15˚
BR=115.2kb/s*4, CL=10pF
BR=115.2kb/s*4, CL=10pF
VOH, VOL, tW, tr, tf *4
shall be satisfied at φ≤15˚
BR=115.2kb/s, φ≤15˚, VIHTXD=2.8V *5
MIN. TYP. MAX. Unit
Dissipation current at no input signal
S/D dissipation current
1.28
µs
Low level pules width
ICC
ICC-S
VOL
VOH
tw
µA
Low level output voltage V
High level output voltage
VCC0.4 V
µs
µs
Rise time
Fall time
4.0
850
tr
870
Maximum communication
distance
nm
cm
tf
Radiant intensity
λp
Peak emission wavelength
IE
L
mW/sr
6.0
0.06
21
0.06
0.45
90 120
µA
0.001 0.1
25
900
(Ta=25°C, VCC=3.3V)
Receiver side
Transmitter
side
No input light, output terminal open, VILSD=0V
VCC=3.3V, VIHSD=VCC0.5,
No input light output terminal open
*4 Refer to Fig.4, 5, 6
*5 Refer to Fig.7, 8, 9
SD
I/O Truth table
RXD Eruivalent circuit
Receiver
Low
High
TXD
High
Don't care
Low
LED
ON Don't care
IrDA signal
No signal
Don't care
OFF
OFF
TR1
TR1
OFF
ON
OFF
TR2
ON
OFF
OFF
RXD
RXD
Not valid
Low
High
Pull-up
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2 3 4 5 6 7 8
+
CX
RX
NC
NC
VCC
GND
SD
RXD
TXD
LEDA
Components
CX
Recommended values
(Note) Please choose the most suitable
CX according to the noise level
and noise frequency of power
supply.
Depend on noise level and noise
frequency of power supply, CX
does not work well.
There are cases that some pulse
noises from RXD other than signal
will occur in certain communication
area. Please check by finish
product that there are no problem
at all communication area and data
rate.
If there are any problem, please
check by inserting RX (1 to 10)
in the circuit drawing.
Pin and are not connected
internally.
1µF/6.3V (Note)
VCC GND SD RXD TXD VLEDA
1 2
TR2
260k typ.
Fig.1 Recommended External Circuit
GP2W0110YPS
SD input Performance
Low Normal mode
High Shut down mode
1
5
2
4
GP2W0110YPS
LEDA VCC
UART
Encoder circuit
Decoder circuit
3
3
GND
RXD
SD
TXD
+CX
Fig.2 System Configuration
T
01
3T/16
01
01 01
T
Transmitting data
Encoder output
GP2W0110YPS output
Receiving data
1
2
4
5
3Optical signal
T=1
Transfer rate
Transfer rate ; 2.4kb/s,9.6kb/s,19.2kb/s,38.4kb/s,57.6kb/s,115.2kb/s
Fig.3 Example of Signal Waveform
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GP2W0110YPS
T2
T1 T1
Transmitter radiant intensity
3.6mW/sr
At BR=115.2kb/s:T1=8.68µs, T2=1.63µs
Fig.4 Input Signal Waveforrm (Receiver side)
tf
tw
tr
90%
50%
10%
VOH
VOL
Transmitter*
L
φ
φ
Ee : Light detector face illuminance<10 lx
φ : Indicates horizontal and vertical directions.
GP2W0110YPS
Oscilloscope
* Transmitter shall use GP2W0110YPS (λp=870nm TYP.) which is
adjusted the radiation intensity at 40mW/sr
Fig.5 Output Waveform Specification
(Receiver side) Fig.6 Standard Optical System
(Receiver side)
tf
tr
90%
10%
IE
Fig.7 Output Waveform Specification (Transmitter side)
GP2W0110YPS
φ
φ
φ : Indicates horizontal and vertical directions.
GP2W0110YPS Detector for measuring
radiant intensity
Fig.8 Standard Optical System (Transmitter side)
1.63µs
VINTX=2.8V
BR=115.2kb/s
TXD
VCC=3.3V
VLEDA=3.3V
GP2W0110YPS
Fig.9 Recommended Circuit of Transmitter side
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1.1
1.05
0.4750.6
1.425
1.55
2.375
3.325
2.0
0.1
1.55
Center of
mounting area 1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
NC
NC
VCC
GND
SD
RXD
TXD
LEDA
NC
Terminal Symbol
NC
VCC
Ground
Shutdown
Receiver data output
Transmitter data input
LED anode
connect foot pattern of shield case
to GND pattern
Dimmensions are shown for reference (Unit : mm)
Fig.10 Recommended PCB Foot Pattern
Dimensions are shown for reference
(Unit:mm)
1.1
0.4750.6
1.425
1.55
2.375
3.325
2.0
0.1
1.55
: Solder paste area
Fig.11 Recommended Size of Solder Creamed Paste (Reference)
Please open the solder mask as below so that the size of solder creamed paste for this device before reflow soldering must be
as large as one of the foot pattern land indicated Fig.10
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