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'[EE:] Reflective paper sensor'
2003\08\27@090827 by Dave VanHorn

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Does anyone know of a source for a reflective paper sensor that is NOT IR?
The package type I need is similar to a QT QRD1113

I need a visible band sensor for this application.

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2003\08\27@163238 by Attila Muhi

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Just curious, why do you need visible light ?
If it's for monitoring purpose, why not a separate LED ?

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>Does anyone know of a source for a reflective paper sensor that is NOT IR?
>The package type I need is similar to a QT QRD1113
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>I need a visible band sensor for this application.
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2003\08\27@163701 by Dave VanHorn

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At 10:36 PM 8/27/2003 +0200, Attila Muhi wrote:
>Just curious, why do you need visible light ?

Because IR won't do what I want it to do.

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2003\08\27@164119 by SavanaPics

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you might try BANNER. They manufactuer a wide source of emitter/collector
devices and I know they at least used to carry a reflective tape. Not sure if it
is Non IR but I know  they also carry relefective disks.  Maybe a starting
point.

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2003\08\28@034629 by Alan B. Pearce

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>>Just curious, why do you need visible light ?
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>Because IR won't do what I want it to do.

Can you use one of those reflective sensors designed for barcode readers? At
the extreme end of this suggestion dismantle a Cuecat and use the sensor
plastic bits from that.

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2003\08\28@113628 by amg amg

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On Wed, 27 Aug 2003 16:40:23 EDT EraseMESavanaPicsspam_OUTspamTakeThisOuTAOL.COM writes:
> you might try BANNER. They manufactuer a wide source of
> emitter/collector
> devices and I know they at least used to carry a reflective tape.
> Not sure if it
> is Non IR but I know  they also carry relefective disks.  Maybe a
> starting
> point.
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> Eddie, kc4awz
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