ON Semiconductor’s Ambient Light Sensor with I2C Interface (NOA1302)

Many things regarding voltage range, light sensor, standard, fall time, start condition, temperature, and integration time are explained inside the datasheet. This datasheet presents info related to ambient light intensity, light response, characteristics, dynamic range, spectral response, intensity, and sensor.

Inside the datasheet you can get information around operating conditions, ambient light sensor, light intensity, serial interface, capacitance, interface, and range. Below are excerpted from the datasheet:

The NOA1302 integrates a wide dynamic range ambient light sensor (ALS) with a 16−bit ADC and a 2−wire I2C digital interface. The NOA1302 ambient light sensor provides a linear response over the range of close to 0 lux to well over 100,000 lux with programmable integration times to optimize noise performance. The sensor employs proprietary CMOS image sensing technology from ON Semiconductor which provides low noise and high dynamic range output signals and light response similar to the response of the human eye. The NOA1302 operates as an I2C slave device and supports commands to set options in the device and read out the ambient light intensity count.

In addition, this datasheet contains info about light, response, voltage, mounting techniques, rise time, stop condition, and ambient light.

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