ISL76671EVAL1Z

Low Power, <100 Lux Optimized, Analog Output Ambient Light Sensor Evaluation Board

Description

The ISL76671EVAL1Z evaluation board is an RoHS compliant evaluation board prepared to speed up part evaluation. Note that the sensing range for this device is from 0.01 lux to 100 lux typically and the device has been optimized for use with a 100kΩ output scaling resistor (REXT). The device and the evaluation board will work from a 3V supply.

The ISL76671 is a low light optimized analog output sensor. In normal operation, the device is intended to be mounted behind a smoked glass/plastic bezel which normally significantly attenuates received light. The ISL76671 will typically saturate at full scale with an incident illumination of around 150 lux, which is a fair deal lower than normal indoor ambient light conditions (2k to 10k lux).

ISL76671 Key Features

  • Square root voltage output
  • 0.01 lux to 100 lux range
  • 1.8V to 3V supply range
  • Close to human eye spectral response
  • Fast response time
  • Internal temperature compensation
  • Good IR rejection
  • Low supply current
  • Operating temperature range -40°C to +105°C
  • 6 Ld ODFN: 2mmx2.1mmx0.7mm
  • Pb-free (RoHS compliant)
  • AEC-Q100 qualified

Applications

  • Display backlight control - central info display and instrumentation
  • Anti-glare mirror systems - specified to operate behind Bezel mounting

ISL76671EVAL1Z Ambient Light Sensor Eval Board

ISL76671EVAL1Z Ambient Light Sensor Eval Board

 

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