The Optoelectronics group of Vishay will exhibit its latest light to digital and analog output sensor technologies, including infrared (IR), ambient, proximity, ultraviolet (UV), and RGBW light sensors for consumer, industrial, healthcare, security, and wearable applications, at the Sensors Expo & Conference 2018, taking place June 26-28 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California in booth 435.
The Key Products Featured in booth 435 includes:
- Light to digital solutions will include the fine-tuned VEML6075 UVA and UVB sensor, long range VCNL4200 and short range VCNL3020 proximity sensors, lux meter beating VEML6030 ambient light sensor, VEML6040 RGBW sensor, and five-channel VEML6095 UV, RGBW, and IR sensor for full-spectrum sensing.
- Highlighted analog output sensors will include the TSAL6100 high power IR emitter and TSSP4038 IR sensor module for light barrier systems and fast proximity sensing at distances up to 2 m; and the VCNT2020 short range reflective sensor for smart home, industrial, and office applications.
At the Sensors Expo & Conference 2018, Vishay will give hands-on demonstrations and visitors will be able to see for themselves how all of Vishay’s sensors work, including the long-range VCNL4200 proximity sensor, which is a finalist in the 2018 Best of Sensors Expo Awards program.
In addition, SEMPLUS Corp, a developer of smart surface solutions that utilize Vishay optical sensors, will be displaying some of its technologies in the Vishay booth. For the automotive, medical, mobile, and gaming industries, SEMPLUS’ optical waveguide-touch sensing capabilities combine ease of use and advanced functionality, allowing for unprecedented touch-screen interaction.
The company’s technology enables touch and pressure gestures on smart surfaces with multiple materials — such as vinyl, leather, wood, and aluminum—and with fingers, gloves, or any type of stylus to become functionally active for the harmonious integration of operating icons into any environment.
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