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ODD-470W

Photonics.com
May 2009
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Selective-wavelength photodiode
NEWBURY PARK, Calif., May 4, 2009 – Opto Diode Corp. has introduced the first in a series of three selective-wavelength photodiodes. The ODD-470W features a spectral bandwidth of 100 nm and operates between 380 and 540 nm, with peak sensitivity response at 470 nm. Containing no optical filters and producing low dark current of 100 pA maximum and 30 pA typical, the photodetector is suitable for use in color sensors, fluorescence detection and medical diagnostic applications.

OptoDiodeCorp.jpgThe hermetically sealed standard TO-46 can facilitates installation into any existing or new system. Storage and operating temperatures range from -30 to 85 °C, and lead soldering temperature is at 260 °C.

The active area of the photodiode is 0.62 mm2, capacitance is 120 pF, and rise time is 200 ns. Reverse breakdown voltage is 5 V. Typical responsivity is 0.02 A/W at 380 nm, 0.30 A/W at 470 nm and 0.02 A/W at 540 nm.

For more information, visit: www.optodiode.com  

Opto Diode Corp.
750 Mitchell Road
Newbury Park, CA 91320
Phone: (805) 499-0335
Fax: (805) 499-8108


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