Linear array sensors consist of a linear array of integrating photosensing pixels which measure incident light over a user-defined exposure time and generate a voltage or digital output which represents the light exposure at each pixel. The sensors are available in a variety of lengths and pixel resolutions. The analog output may be directly interfaced to an ADC for digital processing or for comparing black/white thresholds. Applications include contact image sensing, optical character recognition, edge detection, and object measurement in products such as copiers, document scanners and spectroscopy.
|PartNo||Description|| Supply Voltage |
|DPI|| Active Length |
|Pixel Count||Integration||Outputs|| Max. Clock Speed |
| Temperature Range |
|TSL3301||102 x 1, with ADC 300 DPI||3 - 5.5||300||8.64||102||Frame by frame||Digital||10||-25 to 85||CL-8||TSL3301|
|TSL1401CL||128 x 1, with hold 400 DPI||3 - 5.5||400||8.12||128||Frame by frame||Analog||8||-25 to 85||CL-8||TSL1401CL|
|TSL1401CCS||128 x 1, with hold 400 DPI||3 - 5.5||400||8.12||128||Framy by frame||Analog||8||-40 to 100||CS||TSL1401CCS|