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AXUV16ELG 16-Element Photodiode

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NEWBURY PARK, Calif., May 22, 2013 — Opto Diode Corp., a member of the ITW Photonics Group, has released the AXUV16ELG, a 16-element photodiode for UV/EUV or electron detection.

Featuring a 40-pin dual in-line package and internal quantum efficiency at 100%, the photodiode provides a 2 × 5-mm active area and a sensitive area of 10 mm2 per element. It offers stable response after exposure to high-energy electrons or photons. Other features include reverse breakdown voltage (VR) at 25 V (typical), capacitance of 40 pF and a rise time of 500 ns.

Storage and operating temperatures range from –10 to 40 °C for ambient environments, and from –20 to 80 °C for nitrogen or vacuum conditions. The maximum junction temperature is 70 °C, and the lead-soldering temperature (0.080 in. from case for 10 s) is 260 °C.
May 2013

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