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NIR LED Illuminator

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CAMARILLO, Calif., Nov. 11, 2020 — NIR LED IlluminatorThe OD-663-850 gallium aluminum arsenide (GaAlAs) NIR LED illuminator from Opto Diode Corp. is designed for use in surveillance and night vision applications.

With a uniform optical beam and an 850-nm peak emission wavelength, the illuminator features total power output from 300 to 425 mW with forward voltage from 4.8 to 5.4 V. The spectral bandwidth is 40 nm with a half intensity beam angle of 120°. Reverse breakdown voltage ranges from 5 to 30 V, and rise and fall times are 100 ns.

Housed in a standard, two-lead TO-66 electrically-isolated package, the OD-663-850 is ideal for use in high-power, NIR illumination tasks.
Nov 2020

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