Part Number: OPT3002 Hi folks.
I know that a large-scale shortage of components is happening everywhere, but, I would like to know where I can buy the OPT300X family (especially the OPT3002). My only requirement is to be the original sensor. Also, if you…
Part Number: OPT3002 I am looking for documentation that this part is RoHS3 and REACH compliant. The datasheet says RoHS compliant, but does not specify which version of the regulations it complies with.
Part Number: OPT3001 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: OPT3002 , Hi Team,
My customer wants to replace OPT3002 with OPT3001. Does the schematic need to be changed?Any things should take into consideration?
Part Number: OPT3002 Hello!
I'm wondering if the thermal pad has to be soldered to the PCB for the sensor to function correctly?
We are using another ambient light sensor that is pin compatible with the OPT3002 with the exception that it does not…
Hello Due to the delay in the experiment, we have not yet obtained the experimental results to show you. So I close this case and create another one again after the results are available. Thank you for your help. Regards,
Part Number: OPT3002 Hello Guys,
Our customer is looking for a photoeye device, He said its a boolean logic device just like a normal photo eye. The application is to detect the opening on a spinning wheel. Just needed to know when the hole is…
Part Number: OPT3002 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: CC2640 Hello,
I'm using four OPT3002 on an I2C bus driven by CC2640r2. From the documentation I understand that there are four possible addresses. The Address line on the OPT3002 can be tied to VCC…
Part Number: OPT3002 Hello,
We are evaluating a OPT3002 for use in a light scattering instrument. The signal will be very low for extremely smooth surfaces. As a result, we expect to operate the OPT3002 at the low end of it's range. Using the 800 mS integration…
Part Number: OPT3002
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
We are using the OPT3002 in a new instrument. We address the device via a write 0x44 [0100 0100] to the device, but when I look at the decoded bus on the scope I see 0x88 [1000 1000] is…