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NIR Photodiode-Preamp Combo

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NEWBURY PARK, Calif., Jan. 18, 2008 -- Opto Diode Corp. said its new near-infrared (NIR) red-enhanced, 5-mm² ODA-5W-100K photodiode-preamplifier is a combination device that offers 500-Mohm gain (custom gains are also available, upon request), extremely low noise, and a large active area.

The high sensitivity, NIR-wavelength response at 940 nm is typically 63 V/mW (min. 55). Packaged in a hermetically-sealed TO-39 can, the enhanced infrared photodiode's operating and storage temperature ranges from -25 to +100 °C.

OptoDiode.jpgThe new detector combination is one of three new devices that will join Opto Diode's expanding range of TO-39 packaged photodetector preamp products in the first quarter of 2008, the company said.

Available now, the new 5-mm² ODA-5W-100K photodiode is priced at $44.80 each in quantities of 100 pieces. According to the company, they are deal for medical diagnostics, such as fluorescence and spectroscopy, test and measurement, and other tasks that require low-light-level (less than 1 mW) detection.

For more information, visit:; e-mail: [email protected]

Opto Diode Corp.
750 Mitchell Rd.
Newbury Park, CA 91320
Phone: (805) 499-0335
Fax: (805) 499-8108
Jan 2008
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