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The 256x1 CMOS line sensor iC-LFL1402 is functionally compatible with the 1402 standard (serial mode) and operates with a pixel clock pulse of up to 5MHz. Thanks to monolithic integration the 200Âµm pixels are arranged in a 63.5Âµm grid (400dpi) without gaps or distortion and are thus ideal for use in spectroscopy applications. The integrated controllogic needs only a start and clock signal to generate the light/voltage conversion at the analogue output. The inclusion of as electronic shutter extends the range of possible applications by permitting the length of integration to be varied externally. The analogue output push-pull output enables a high readout clock rate and a wide signal dynamic range. The device has a supply voltage of 5V. In the optoBGA package there is an operating temperature range of -25 to +100 Â°C.
Am Kuemmerling 18
For 5 and 24V encoder applications
For digital switching sensors
From CW to 155 MHz
For absolute position sensing devices
6-channel, replace Hall encoders
for the electronic commutation of small motors
Configurable 48-bit up/down counter, up to 40 MHz
as a phased array for absolute position sensing devices
For fast laser pulse measurement
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