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Texas Instruments has a portfolio of light-sensitive products for your application!
For answers to common questions about optical products, please visit the Optical Sensors FAQ (also accessible via the FAQ button on the sidebar).
To help choose what kind of light sensitive product to use, let's look at our product offerings:
TI Application Note SLVA704 is an excellent reference for I2C questions.
For photodiode amplification and measurement with a digital output, low to high channel counts and various gains, please look into the DDC112, DDC114, DDC118, DDC316, DDC232, DDC264, and DDC1128 products.
Jason Bridgmon, TI Sensing Products Applications Support
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