Vishay Opto Showcases Light-to-Digital and Analog Output Sensors at Sensors Expo

The Optoelectronics group of Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. (NYSE: VSH) today announced its technology lineup for Sensors Expo 2017, taking place June 27 – 29 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. In booth 1410, Vishay will exhibit its latest light-to-digital and analog output sensor technologies for a wide range of applications. Highlights will include demonstrations of Vishay’s leading ambient, proximity, ultraviolet (UV), and RGBW light sensors for consumer, industrial, healthcare, security, wearables, and automotive applications. 

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  • Light-to-digital demonstrations will include the second generation VCNL4035X01 gesture sensor, the fine-tuned VEML6075 UVA and UVB sensor, the short range VCNL4040 proximity sensor, the long range VCNL4200 proximity sensor, the lux-meter-beating VEML6030 ambient light sensor, and an integrated biosensor for pulse oximetry 

  • Highlighted analog output sensors will include high power infrared emitters for security camera applications (VSMY98545ADS), large area high speed PIN photodiodes for the wearables and automotive market (VEMD5080X01), dual color emitting diodes for pulse oximetry applications (VSMD66694), and the industry-leading TCUT1350X01 and TCPT1350X01 transmissive sensors 

  • Demonstrations will also be given of the low-profile, short range VCNT2020 reflective sensor and the new turn-and-push™ TCUT1630X01 transmissive sensor

 

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