OPT3001 Ambient Light Sensor Evaluation Module


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The OPT3001 is an ambient light sensor (ALS) with a digital output integrated circuit.  It uses a two-wire interface that works with the I2C protocol making it ideal for many applications.  The OPT3001EVM is a platform for evaluating the performance of the OPT3001 under various conditions.  The OPT3001EVM consists of two PCBs  The first is the SM-USB-DIG board that communicates with the computer, provides power and send and receives appropriate digital signals.  The second is the OPT3001 test board, which contains the OPT3001 and it’s support circuitry.

  • Small Form Factor
  • USB Hardware Interface
  • Intuitive GUI Software
  • Protective Plastic Case
  • 100mil spaced test points for easy experimentation with external controllers

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OPT3001 Ambient Light Sensor Evaluation Module


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Application notes (1)
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PDF 378 18 Aug 2017 503
User guides (1)
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PDF 1074 14 Oct 2014 1,110

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TI Devices (4)

Part Number Name Product Family
OPT3001  Digital Ambient Light Sensor (ALS) With High-Precision Human-Eye Response   Optical Sensors 
OPT3001-Q1  Automotive Digital Ambient Light Sensor (ALS) With High-Precision Human-Eye Response  Optical Sensors 
OPT3002  OPT3002 Light-to-Digital Sensor  Optical Sensors 
OPT3006  Ultra-Thin Ambient Light Sensor (ALS)  Optical Sensors 

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