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TEMT6000 Ambient Light Sensor Datasheet PDF Download

Author: Irene
Date: 27 Apr 2022
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Catalog

Description

Features

Applications

Absolute Maximum Ratings

Basic Characteristics

Typical Characteristics

Reflow Solder Profiles

Package Dimensions

TEMT6000 Datasheet

TEMT6000 FAQ

 

Description

TEMT6000X01 ambient light sensor plays a key role in power savings strategies by controlling LCD display intensity and keypad backlighting of mobile devices and in industrial on/off-lighting operation. It is sensitive to visible light much like the human eye and has peak sensitivity at 570 nm. TEMT6000X01 has analog output and is packaged in a small surface mount package.

 

Features

  • Product designed and qualified acc. AEC-Q101 for the automotivemarket
  • Highsensitivity: IPCE = 50 µA (EV = 100 lx)
  • Adapted to human eyeresponsivity
  • Wide angle of half sensitivity: j= ± 60°
  • Surface mountpackage
  • Dimensions: L 4 mm x W 2 mm x H 1.05mm
  • Tape and reel: 3000pcs/reel
  • Minimum order quantity: MOQ = 3000pcs
  • Lead (Pb)-free solderingreleased
  • Lead (Pb)-free component in accordance with RoHS 2002/95/EC and WEEE2002/96/EC

 

Applications

Ambient light sensor for control of display backlight dimming in LCD displays and keypad backlighting of mobile devices and in industrial on/off-lighting operation.

  • Automotivesensors
  • Mobilephones
  • Notebookcomputers
  • PDA’s
  • Cameras
  • Dashboards

 

Absolute Maximum Ratings

Tamb = 25 °C, unless otherwise specified

Parameter

Test condition

Symbol

Value

Unit

Collector emitter voltage

 

VCEO

6

V

Emitter collector voltage

 

VECO

1.5

V

Collector current

 

IC

20

mA

Total power dissipation

Tamb ≤ 55 °C

PV

100

mW

Junction temperature

 

Tj

100

°C

Operating temperature range

 

Tamb

- 40 to + 100

°C

Storage temperature range

 

Tstg

- 40 to + 100

°C

Soldering temperature

Reflow profile figure 7

Tsd

260

°C

Thermal resistance junction/ ambient

 

RthJA

450

K/W

 

Figure 1. Power Dissipation vs. Ambient TemperatureFigure 1. Power Dissipation vs. Ambient Temperature

 

Basic Characteristics

Tamb = 25 °C, unless otherwise specified

Parameter

Test condition

Symbol

Min

Typ.

Max

Unit

Collector emitter breakdown voltage

IC = 0.1 mA

VCEO

6

 

 

V

Collector dark current

VCE = 5 V, E = 0

ICEO

 

3

50

nA

Collector-emitter capacitance

VCE = 0 V, f = 1 MHz, E = 0

CCEO

 

16

 

pF

Collector light current

Ev = 20 lx, CIE illuminant A,

VCE = 5 V

IPCE

3.5

10

16

µA

Ev = 100 lx, CIE illuminant A, VCE = 5 V

IPCE

 

50

 

µA

Temperature coefficient of IPCE

CIE illuminant A

TKIPCE

 

1.18

 

%/K

LED, white

TKIPCE

 

0.9

 

%/K

Angle of half sensitivity

 

Φ

 

± 60

 

deg

Wavelength of peak sensitivity

 

λp

 

570

 

nm

Range of spectral bandwidth

 

λ0.1

 

360 to 970

 

nm

Collector emitter saturation voltage

Ev = 20 lx, CIE illuminant A, IPCE = 1.2 µA

VCEsat

 

0.1

 

V

 

Typical Characteristics

Tamb = 25 °C, unless otherwise specified

Figure 2. Collector Dark Current vs. Ambient TemperatureFigure 2. Collector Dark Current vs. Ambient Temperature

 

 

Figure 3. Relative Photo Current vs. Ambient Temperature

Figure 3. Relative Photo Current vs. Ambient Temperature

 

 

Figure 4. Photo Current vs. Illuminance

Figure 4. Photo Current vs. Illuminance

 

 

Figure 5. Collector Emitter Capacitance vs. Collector Emitter Voltage

Figure 5. Collector Emitter Capacitance vs. Collector Emitter Voltage

 

 

Figure 6. Relative Spectral Sensitivity vs. Wavelength

Figure 6. Relative Spectral Sensitivity vs. Wavelength

 

 

Figure 7. Relative Radiant Sensitivity vs. Angular Displacement

Figure 7. Relative Radiant Sensitivity vs. Angular Displacement

 

Reflow Solder Profiles

Drypack

Devices are packed in moisture barrier bags (MBB) to prevent the products from moisture absorption during transportation and storage. Each bag contains a desiccant.

 

Floor Life

Floor life (time between soldering and removing from MBB) must not exceed the time indicated in J-STD-020. TEMT6000X01 is released for:

Moisture sensitivity level 4, according to JEDEC, J-STD-020

Floor life: 72 h

Conditions: Tamb < 30 °C, RH < 60 %

 

Drying

In case of moisture absorption devices should be baked before soldering. Conditions see J-STD-020 or label. Devices taped on reel dry using recommended conditions 192 h at 40 °C (+ 5 °C), RH < 5 %.

 

Figure 8. Tin (Sn) Reflow Solder Profile (Pb-free)

Figure 8. Tin (Sn) Reflow Solder Profile (Pb-free)

 

 

Figure 9. Lead Tin (SnPb) Reflow Solder Profile

Figure 9. Lead Tin (SnPb) Reflow Solder Profile

 

Package Dimensions

Package Dimensions

 

TEMT6000 Datasheet

You can download the datasheet of TEMT6000 from the link given below:

TEMT6000 Datasheet

 

TEMT6000 FAQ

What is TEMT6000 ambient light sensor?

The TEMT6000 ambient light sensor is an ordinary sensor which senses its surroundings like a human eye does and it is very similar to a LDR (light-dependent resistor). Essentially, the TEMT6000 can be defined as a silicon NPN epitaxial planar photo-transistor used for sensing the visible spectrum of light.

 

What does an ambient light sensor do?

The Ambient Light Sensor (ALS) products from ams provide measurements of ambient light intensity which match the human eye's response to light under a variety of lighting conditions. Each device has a specific operating range of performance, from very low light up to bright sunlight.

 

What is an ambient light sensor on a monitor?

An ambient light sensor in an LCD monitor or display system can be used to enable automatic backlight adjustment or power standby. It can be used to dim the backlight to match current lighting conditions or power off the whole display.

 

What is the use of ambient light sensor in mobile phones?

Ambient light sensor (ALS) of smartphone
ALS in smartphone is used to adjust the brightness of the phone thereby reduces the power consumption of the battery. When it is dark, the screen of the phone will become dim, sufficient enough to enable a user to see the phone's screen effectively.

 

Where is ambient light sensor used?

An ambient light sensor is a component in smartphones, notebooks, other mobile devices, automotive displays and LCD TVs. It is a photodetector that is used to sense the amount of ambient light present, and appropriately dim the device's screen to match it.

 

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