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• Ambient IR cancellation during proximity sensing – Works under direct sunlight • IR LED driver with programmable source current – Adjustable current drive from 100mA to 12.5mA • Variable conversion resolution Ambient Light Sensing • Simple output code directly proportional to lux • Adjustable sensitivity up to 65 counts per lux • Selectable range (via I2C) – Range 1 = 0.015 lux to 1,000 lux – Range 2 = 0.06 lux to 4,000 lux – Range 3 = 0.24 lux to 16,000 lux – Range 4 = 0.96 lux to 64,000 lux • Integrated 50Hz/60Hz noise rejection • Works under various light sources, including sunlight Ideal Spectral Response for Light and Proximity Sensor • Light sensor close to human eye response – Excellent light sensor IR and UV rejection • Proximity sensor range from 850nm to 950nm – Can use either 850nm or 950nm LED solution Ultra Low Power • 90µA max operating current • Software shutdown and automatic shutdown – 0.5µA max shutdown current Easy to Use • I2C (SMBus
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