IR Infrared transmitter emission sensor module
Infrared emitting tubes are also called infrared emitting diodes and belong to the category of diodes. It can directly convert electrical energy into near infrared
Light (invisible light) and radiating light emitting devices, mainly used in various photoelectric switches and remote control transmitter circuits. The structure and principle of the infrared emission tube are similar to ordinary light-emitting diodes, but the semiconductor materials used are different. Infrared light-emitting diodes usually use gallium arsenide (GaAs), gallium arsenide aluminide (GaAlAs) and other materials, and use a completely transparent or light blue, black resin package.
Emission distance, emission angle (15 degrees, 30 degrees, 45 degrees, 60 degrees, 90 degrees, 120 degrees, 180 degrees), emitted light intensity, wavelength. The above are physical parameters, and the electrical performance parameters need to be understood: the commonly used diameters on the market are 3mm, 5mm are low-power infrared emission tubes, and 8mm and 10mm are medium-power and high-power emission tubes. Forward voltage of low-power launch tube: 1.1-1.5V, current 20ma, medium power is forward voltage: 1.4-1.65V 50-100ma, high-power launch tube is forward voltage: 1.5-1.9V 200-350ma. Yuxing Electronics Made 1-10W high-power infrared emission tube can be applied to infrared surveillance lighting.