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InGaAs Photodiodes

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SIMI VALLEY, Calif., March 29, 2022 — InGaAs PhotodiodesThe FD80 series of high-speed, low-dark-current, low-capacitance InGaAs photodiodes from Fermionics Opto-Technology are designed for use in extremely small spaces such as high-speed communication systems.

The FD80 series features a planar-passivated device structure with an 80-µm diameter active area on a vertical- or horizontal-mount S8 ceramic package pigtail assembly in solderable surface-mount configurations. For added convenience, the high-speed indium gallium arsenide PIN photodiodes are coupled directly to a single- or multimode pigtail fiber. The devices are also available with an internal fiber tip angle which is polished for low back reflection, and other customizable options.
Mar 2022

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