Non-amplified Photomicrosensors

Omron
  • Sensing methods include transmissive, reflective, and actuator models
  • Wide variety of slot configurations available from 2 mm(.079 in.) to 8 mm (.315 in.)
  • High resolution sensing with 0.5 mm (.02 in.) aperture
  • Variety of packages including thru hole, surface mount and lead wire types
  • Output models include transistor only, photo darlington, and Schmitt trigger
  • Infrared LED and phototransistor assures long life and high reliability
  • Non-contact sensing, ideal for office automation, money handling, gaming, and computer peripherals

TTI Features the following Omron Non-amplified Photomicrosensors:

photo-ic.jpgPhoto IC

      • Schmitt Trigger Output
      • Light On or Dark On Outputs
      • Integrated connector versions available
      • Reflective sensing distances range from 1 to 5 mm
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phototransistor.jpgPhototransistor

      • Miniatured reflective packages as small as 4mm square
      • Miniaturized transmissive packages as small as 4mm x 5mm
      • Surface mount, thru-hole, and lead wire models available
      • Integrated connector versions available
      • Transmissive packages with either horizontal or vertical apertures
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ultra-compact.jpgUltra Compact Reflective Photomicrosensor (EE-SY1200)

Omron EE-SY1200 Reflective Photomicrosensor is an ultra-compact surface mount model with a high light-to-leakage current ratio. The reflective photomicrosensor, or photointerruptor, is a compact optical sensor that senses objects or object positions with an optical beam. When an object is located in the sensing area of the reflective photomicrosensor, the object reflects the optical beam of the emitter, thus changing the amount of optical energy reaching the detector.

      • Ultra-compact model.
      • PCB surface mounting type.
      • High S/N ratio (High light current / Low leakage current).

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Pre-Wire Photomicrosensor (EE-SX)

These models come with wires already attached to the optical sensor, saving customers time and money during their assembly process. Additionally, Omron’s optical sensors offer high connection reliability and are maintenance friendly, by having the wire leads use a connector that will attach to the terminals of the sensor as opposed to soldering the wires directly onto the terminals.

      • Included wires save customers time/money on assembly
      • High connection reliability
      • Easy maintenance
      • Wide product lineup