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Kingbright L-7113F3BT 5mm Blue Lens Infrared Diode

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58-0320

Brand: Kingbright MPN: L-7113F3BT
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T1 3/4 1.2V infrared emitting diode with a blue lens. Through hole mount. Mechanically and spectrally matched to the L-7113P3C phototransistor..



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EmitterIFVFRadiant powerPeakView
Materialmax.typ.typ. @ 20mAwavelengthangle
L-7113F3BTGaAs50mA1.22094020°
PhototransistorVbr ceoVBR ecoVCE satICEO darkTRTF
max. current µSµS
L-7113P3C30V5V0.8V100nA33

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Reviewed by: Lester - 14 February 2011
I have been really impressed with this source/sensor pair. Its exceeded my expectations in a FTIR application. The sensor is subtle and excellent. However, I do not think the LEDs are very bright at the recommended power. In IR applications its difficult to compare the specified brightness to working conditions!

Reviewed by: Andy - 15 February 2009
I use this product for a IR based proximity sensor. Much better and cheaper than a similar Sharp product.

Reviewed by: Ian Cameron - 09 January 2009
I bought this to try and replicate the experiments done by Johnny Lee, using a wii remote and IR Led to create an interactive screen. He had been quite specific about the model of IR Led and I was unsure if this was the same.......It worked beautifully! I would recommend this product for anyone undertaking the same project.