ISL29101IROZ-EVALZ, ISL29102IROZ-EVALZ, & ISL29112IROZ-EVALZ Eval Boards

Low-Light Optimized Analog Output Sensors

The ISL29101, ISL29102 and ISL29112 are low-light optimized analog output sensors. In normal operation, these sensor devices are intended to be mounted behind a smoked glass/plastic bezel, which normally significantly attenuates received light. The ISL29101 and ISL29102 typically saturate at full scale with an incident illumination of around 10,000 Lux. However, the ISL29112 has a range up to 100Lux, which is a lower than normal indoor ambient light condition (2k to 10kLux).

The ISL291xxIROZ-EVALZ evaluation boards are RoHS-compliant and are prepared to speed up part evaluation. The devices and the evaluation boards work from a 3V supply.

Features

  • Low supply current
  • 100kΩ output scaling resistor
  • Fast response time
  • Close to human eye response
  • Good IR rejection
  • Internal temperature compensation
  • Operating temperature range -40°C to +85°C
  • Pb-free (RoHS compliant)

Applications

  • Display and keypad dimming for:
    • Mobile devices: wearables, smartphones, PDAs, GPS
    • Computing devices: notebooks PCs, MacBooks, tablets
    • Consumer devices: LCD-TVs, digital cameras
  • Industrial, home automation and medical light sensing

ISL29101IROZ-EVALZ Ambient Light Photo Detect IC Eval Board

ISL29101IROZ-EVALZ Evaluation Board Schematic

Related Products

ISL29101

ISL29102

ISL29112

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