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OD-469L LEDs

Photonics.com
Dec 2009
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High-Output Blue LEDs
NEWBURY PARK, Calif., Dec. 8, 2009 – Opto Diode Corp. has unveiled its OD-469L high-output blue LEDs. Featuring a narrow beam angle, they are suitable for fluorescence applications in medicine, scientific testing instruments and forensics.

OptoDiode_HighOutputBlueLED.jpgThe new lighting devices are available in a hermetically sealed TO-5 can with three leads. The electro-optical characteristics at 25 °C deliver total power output ranging from a minimum of 80 to a typical 170 mW. The dominant emission wavelength is from 465 to 475 nm with typical operation at 470 nm.

Absolute maximum ratings at 25 °C include 1000-mW power dissipation (infinite heatsink), 350-mA continuous forward current, peak forward current (1 1/0 duty cycle at 1 kHz) at 2 A and reverse voltage at 5 V.

Thermal parameters for storage and operating temperature are -55 to 100 °C, with maximum junction temperature at 125 °C. The lead soldering temperature at 1/16 in. from the case for 10 s is 260 °C, making them easy and convenient to install into an existing or new system design, said the company. 

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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