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Petes March 2, at Probably someone has misplaced them, when restocking. When forward-biased, the current through the photo-transistor is proportional to the amount of light. Re-doing the math with these particular values gives the expected current for the LED: This site uses cookies.

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By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. A LED or a phototransistor?! You are commenting using your Facebook account. Dimitar Kovachev January 6, at Dimitar Kovachev February 2, at Sean Straw July 8, at Use your smart phone or camera. The LED l-53f3nt blue, the phototransistor is clear.

The devices you present here do not appear to have that characteristic. Thanks for writing this up!


Anyway, I purchased l–53f3bt. How would you go around this issue but with a phototransistor and a photodiode? Photo diodes have always confused me a bit.

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To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Tony Roberts January 6, at Leave a comment Comments The final step was datasheef take a digital multi-meter DMMset it l-53f3gt current measurement, 20mA range and complete the circuit:.

Notify me of new comments via email. All was fine, until the salesman at the local shop told me:. Chanced upon this post, and while the proper testing of the components to electrically differentiate the two is useful knowledge, but thought it worth mentioning: This is a useful way to verify datashest an IR remote control is in fact transmitting.

When a LED is forward biased, it emits light while the transistor switches and amplifies the colector-emitter current if the base-emitter junction is forward biased.

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The image sensors pick up IR! IR LED and a photo-transistor – which is which? It was a photo-transistor.

Sean Straw Datashest 12, at This can be useful for driving a darlington or as input to an opamp or inamp. Email required Address never made public. Not sure if your confusion about which component is which got resolved. So a LED will light and a phototransistor will not.

Note that a reverse biased LED can conduct when light of a suitable wavelength is presented generally centered around the wavelength which that LED emits when normally driven.

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Posted by Dimitar Kovachev. This leads us to our criteria — the current through a forward-biased LED is a constant; the current through a forward-biased PT varies with light. To drive the LED, it has to be above 1. Yes it did checked with a camera.